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Best Choke Outs in the History of UFC

UFC 46 BJ Penn vs. Matt Hughes

Penn shocked the welterweight champion and the crowd by dominating the standup and the ground game. Penn landed a diving overhand right before securing a rear naked choke.

UFC 52 Matt Hughes vs. Frank Trigg 2

Illegally kneeing Hughes’s groin allowed Trigg to grab a rear naked choke. Hughes escaped, carried Trigg across the octagon, and slammed him to the mat, which was followed by a rear naked choke.

UFC 76 Forrest Griffin vs.

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Posted by admin on Aug 06 2013 under Uncategorized | Comments Off |



Best Submissions in the History of Strike Force

World extreme cage fighting is a popular form of martial arts. The organization was started as a result of needing a new class of fighting. World Extreme Cage fighting was born in 2001. WEC events are held throughout the United States. The first WEC event was held in 2007. Cage fighting combines a variety of fighting techniques including striking and grappling. The sport is considered a full-contact sport where boxing and martial arts techniques combine. The sport is gaining in popularity throughout the nation.The whole story can be found at

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Posted by admin on May 30 2013 under Uncategorized | Comments Off |



Best Submissions in the History of Pride

Fedor Emelianenko is often regarded as not only the greatest heavyweight to ever compete in mixed martial arts, but also as the greatest overall fighter in the history of the sport. In the 2004 Pride Heavyweight Grand Prix, he faced off against the much larger and stronger Kevin Randleman, who was a former UFC heavyweight champion. Shortly after Randleman lifted Fedor up over his head and slammed him to the ground, Fedor reversed positions, locked in an armbar, and forced Randleman to tap out. It was an

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Posted by admin on Mar 22 2013 under Uncategorized | Comments Off |



Best Submissions in the History of UFC

The UFC hasn’t been around for a long time, but in its brief history it seems to be moving quite rapidly to displace boxing as the premier fighting sport. For years, those of us who follow combat sports have enjoyed the action and especially the knockouts in boxing, but the UFC brings an added dimension to the ring (or cage). In the UFC there are knockout punches and kicks, but there are also submission holds that end the match quickly and decisively.

Just like knockouts in boxing, what makes a submission

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Posted by admin on May 24 2012 under Uncategorized | Comments Off |



Best Knockout Kicks in the History of MMA

Here are out Best Knockout Kicks in MMA History:

Wanderlei Silva vs Rampage Jackson

Not technically a kick knockout, but the vicious knees that Silva laid onto Rampage Jackson were so brutal this list could not exist without it.

Chuck Liddell vs Renato “Babalu” Sobral

One of the knockouts that cemented Chuck’s Fame. He took this fight while already the number one contender for the light heavyweight title, he had everything to lose and nothing to gain by taking

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Posted by admin on May 10 2012 under Uncategorized | Comments Off |



Best Knockout Punches in the History of MMA

MMA is known for it’s exciting antics and its unpredictable knock outs. Some of them can literally come out of no where and end a fight. Even if the person winning the fight was on the wrong side of the punch. That is what makes knock outs so entertaining. They can happen at any time and it creates a level of tension inside the ring that the fighters prepare for but never really know if it is going to happen. Here are some of the best

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Posted by admin on May 07 2012 under Uncategorized | Comments Off |



Best Choke Outs in the History of MMA

MMA is a sport that involves mixed martial arts. The fighters need to know how to grapple, wrestle and fight on the ground. They often apply chokes in order to subdue their opponents and secure a victory. The best choke outs in the history of MMA were done by Brazillian Jiu Jitsu experts.

Sambo, wrestling, Judo, Japanese Jiu Jitsu and other grappling arts are often used in MMA. They do have chokes in them that are sometimes displayed in MMA. These chokes are effective and often make their opponents pass out. There

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Posted by admin on May 03 2012 under Uncategorized | Comments Off |



Best Submissions in the History of MMA

Mixed Martial Arts is known for its amazing knockouts and stunning submissions. Of the two, many fans prefer to see spectacular submissions and the history of the sport is not short on them.

Most recently, the most shocking and brutal submission occurred at UFC 140 when Frank Mir used the Kimura armlock to break the arm of Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira. This was the first time Nogueria was submitted and his refusal to tap out led to a broken

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Posted by admin on May 02 2012 under Uncategorized | Comments Off |




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