Ricardo Lamas hobbles, beats Diego Sanchez in Monterrey “The Bully” showed power, precision, and patience in a unanimous decision win over the TUF champion.
MONTERREY, Mexico – Ricardo Lamas stubbornly resisted Diego Sanchez’s best efforts to instigate a brawl, even when he had a proverbial leg up in exchanges. Despite hobbling Sanchez (25-8 MMA, 14-8 UFC) in the second round, Lamas (16-4 MMA, 7-2 UFC) stayed patient and put together winning combinations to pitch a shutout on the judges’ scorecards. The featherweight › Read more
Samman’s Corner – Behind the Lines
The fight is won or lost, far away from witnesses. It is won behind the lines, in the gym and out there on the road, Long before I dance under those lights -Muhammad Ali A stocky Brazilian in a loose, cutoff t-shirt is on the center of the mats. The top half of one of › Read more
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The “TiggerMan” went off!
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New MMA MASTERS Location in DORAL! NOW OPEN!
We are pleased to announce our New State of the Art 20,000 sq. ft. Location! Over 20,000 sq. ft. Ft. Air Conditioned Facility – Largest in Miami! 5,000 Plus Sq. Ft. of Mats Space – Largest in Miami! Full Showers – Men and Women Locker Rooms – Men and Women Designated Weightlifting Area Cardio Machines Multiple › Read more
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Ricardo Lamas hobbles, beats Diego Sanchez in Monterrey “The Bully” showed power, precision, and patience in a unanimous decision win over the TUF champion.
MONTERREY, Mexico – Ricardo Lamas stubbornly resisted Diego Sanchez’s best efforts to instigate a brawl, even when he had a proverbial leg up in exchanges. Despite hobbling Sanchez (25-8 MMA, 14-8 UFC) in the second round, Lamas (16-4 MMA, 7-2 UFC) stayed patient and put together winning combinations to pitch a shutout on the judges’ scorecards. The featherweight

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