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Luke Rockhold will remain in Florida for UFC Fight Night 116 prep, but AKA 'will always be my home'

Former middleweight champion Luke Rockhold insists California’s American Kickboxing Academy will always be his training home, even though he’s staying in Florida for his UFC Fight Night 116 prep.

Rockhold (15-3 MMA, 5-2 UFC) takes on former WSOF dual-division champ David Branch (21-3 MMA, 3-2 UFC) in the main event of UFC Fight Night 116 on Sept. 16 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. The card airs on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

Rockhold today took to social media to explain that injuries to his normal training partners back at AKA necessitated his decision, but that he will always consider the California camp that helped build his career to be his true home.

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Rockhold has recently posted multiple pictures of him training at Florida’s Combat Club under the tutelage of Henri Hooft, who he says will be in his corner on fight night along with “all the usual suspects.”

Rockhold is currently ranked No. 4 in the latest USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA middleweight rankings, while Branch checks in at No. 6. Oddsmaker have pegged Rockhold as a -350 favorite, suggesting a nearly 78 percent chance of winning the contest.

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For more on UFC Fight Night 116, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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Michael Bisping: Luke Rockhold a 'joke' for suggesting UFC strip title, should focus on 'Billy No-name'

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The disdain between UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping and ex-champ Luke Rockhold is still strong more than a year after they last shared the octagon.

Rockhold (15-3 MMA, 5-2 UFC), who lost the 185-pound title to Bisping (30-7 MMA, 20-7 UFC) by stunning first-round knockout in 2016’s “Upset of the Year” at UFC 199, has not competed since dropping the strap. He’s scheduled to make his return against David Branch (21-3 MMA, 3-2 UFC) at UFC Fight Night 116 on Sept. 16, and with a win is hoping to get back into the championship mix.

While Rockhold has been held on the sidelines he’s watched “The Count” closely. Bisping has fought just once since their encounter, defeating Dan Henderson for his first title defense at UFC 204 in October. Now Bisping is lined up for a November clash with Georges St-Pierre (25-2 MMA, 19-2 UFC), something which Rockhold views as unfair to the entire division.

He explained why Bisping should be stripped in a recent interview with ESPN:

“Bisping has fought nobody in the top 10 for the last year-and-a-half and still isn’t going to fight anybody in the top 10. Where does that put him? I think they should pull the title from guys like that who don’t fight anybody at the top. They pulled the title from (Germaine de Randamie) because she wouldn’t fight the No. 1 contender. Why is this any (expletive) different?”

Bisping, who recently announced UFC 207 in Nov. 4 at Madison Square Garden in New York City as the “official” date for his bout with St-Pierre, caught wind of Rockhold’s push to have him stripped during the most recent edition of his “Believe You Me” podcast.

“Here’s a guy that’s out there campaigning for me to be stripped. Campaigning for the guy that knocked him out cold to be stripped, rather than saying, ‘Listen, let me fight him, let me get a rematch, let me beat him.’ He’s asking the UFC to strip me. First of all, they did an interim title fight, as we all know. Now Robert Whittaker is injured. I feel like I make this point all the time, but I accepted a fight against Yoel (Romer) or Whittaker, who are both the No. 1 and the No. 2 contenders. Whoever won that fight is supposed to fight me, Whittaker won and he’s injured, so shut the (expletive) up.”

Bisping elaborated further in response to Rockhold. The pair has split two fights so far, with Rockhold winning by second-round submission at UFC Fight Night 55 in November 2014 and Bisping taking the rematch two years later at UFC 199.

Whether a belt is on the line or not, a third fight seems like a natural fit for the future. However, before Rockhold opts to offer such a bold opinion such as having Bisping stripped, the champion said he should handle his business against Branch at UFC Fight Night 116, which takes place at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh.

“I’m going to fight Georges St-Pierre, it’s going to be great, everyone is going to love it. It’s going to be an awesome fight, and then I’m going to fight Robbert Whittaker, who is the No. 1 contender. It’s not going to be you, Luke Rockhold, that got knocked the (expletive) out cold in three minutes. Your head was bouncing around like a (expletive) pinball machine. You’re fighting David Branch. I don’t know who David Branch is. By all accounts he’s a very tough guy, coming off another organization. … Shut the (expletive) up, go fight Billy No-name and win. Get yourself back in the title talk, buddy. Don’t talk (expletive) from the sidelines. … You are a joke. Luke Rockhold, you are a (expletive) joke, you are a vagina. You got a problem, come and see me.”

For more on UFC Fight Night 116, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

The Blue Corner is MMAjunkie‘s official blog and is edited by Mike Bohn.

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Watch UFC Fight Night 116 headliner David Branch drop 8 F-bombs on Luke Rockhold in 28 seconds

Social media is fun, right?

Not long after former middleweight champion Luke Rockhold made a Skype appearance on “The MMA Hour” with host Ariel Helwani in which he questioned the sense of David Branch getting in the cage with him in the UFC Fight Night 116 main event, Branch responded on Twitter.

And in just 28 seconds, the former two-division WSOF champ unleashed a profanity-laden masterpiece from what appeared to be a barber’s chair, wearing an apron, beanie and sunglasses. The result was eight F-bombs – in varying forms.

“Yo, Lucas, man – the (expletive) is you talkin’, man? Huh? I heard your little punk-ass (expletive) interview on Ariel Helwani. Hmm? Mother(expletive), what the (expletive) is you talkin’ ’bout, man? I ain’t lost a fight in five mother(expletive) years. You can’t box, and you ain’t got no (expletive) chin. You gettin’ in a mother(expletive) cage with me? You stupid? Man, you cold frontin, man. I’m gonna beat you like you stole somethin’. Watch what I do to this mother(expletive).”

Rockhold (15-3 MMA, 5-2 UFC) and Branch (21-3 MMA, 3-2 UFC) headline UFC Fight Night 116, which takes place Sept. 16 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. The card airs on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

Rockhold will be fighting for the first time since losing the middleweight title to Michael Bisping at UFC 199 in one of the biggest upsets of 2016. Branch returned to the UFC in May after going 12-1 outside the promotion since his first stint, including middleweight and light heavyweight titles for WSOF. He took a split decision from Krzysztof Jotko at UFC 211.

But now it seems things are going to ramp up for him quite significantly from the Jotko level – both in the area of pre-fight talk, and the level of competition across from him in the cage.

Check out Branch’s response to Rockhold above.

For more on UFC Fight Night 116, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

The Blue Corner is MMAjunkie‘s official blog and is edited by Mike Bohn.

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Middleweight madness: Luke Rockhold and Yoel Romero latest to beef on Twitter

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Something must be in the water in the UFC’s middleweight division, because the top contenders are relentlessly attacking each other over social media, with former champ Luke Rockhold and Yoel Romero being the latest to mix it up on Twitter.

Following a series of heated exchanges between champ Michael Bisping and former champ Chris Weidman following Weidman’s win over Kelvin Gastelum in Saturday’s UFC on FOX 25 main event, the tension has apparently trickled down to Rockhold (15-3 MMA, 5-2 UFC) and Romero (12-2 MMA, 8-1 UFC).

Rockhold was recently announced for a headlining bout with David Branch at UFC Fight Night 116, which takes place Sept. 16 in Pittsburgh. It appears “The Solider of God” was initially offered the spot, but ultimately it didn’t come together, and Romero shined the blame in Rockhold’s direction.

Rockhold, a UFC and Strikeforce middleweight titleholder and No. 4-ranked fighter in the latest USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA middleweight rankings, wasn’t having it.

The war of (written) words escalated from there. No. 3-ranked Romero, who is coming off an interim title-fight loss to Robert Whittaker at UFC 213 earlier this month, went hard after Rockhold, who was ready to fire back with venom of his own.

There’s little doubt a matchup between Rockhold and Romero would be of the highest quality at 185 pounds, and the apparent tension between the sides only makes things more interesting. It couldn’t get done for UFC Fight Night 116, though, so they will have to wait to settle their differences.

For more on the UFC’s upcoming schedule, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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Chris Weidman claims he's the best, though he's not – or is he? Here's where it gets complicated

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For Chris Weidman, the nightmare is over. At least for now. Three straight losses, each a different variety of combat sports heartbreak, like some black cloud trailing him on his fall down the middleweight ranks.

Then at NYCB LIVE at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Saturday night, Weidman(14-3 MMA, 10-3 UFC) latched onto an arm-triangle choke against Kelvin Gastelum (13-3 MMA, 8-3 UFC) in the UFC on FOX 25 main event, and you could feel the sun breaking through.

One win. It didn’t come easy and it wasn’t for a title. It wasn’t even against an established middleweight, but so what?

In front of a hometown crowd in Uniondale, N.Y., Weidman walked into the fight that he absolutely could not lose, and then he got put on his butt in the first round. To get up and win after that, it might just be the stuff that career resurrections are made of. Certainly Weidman seems to think so.

“I’m the champ,” Weidman said after his win. “I’m the best guy in the world, and I think people know that.”

For the sake of context, it’s important to note that he had been talking about Michael Bisping at the time. As in, the same Bisping who is the current owner of the UFC middleweight title, which he took from Luke Rockhold, who in turn took it from Weidman.

There’s no confusion about that process. All those title exchanges came in fights that were violently and unambiguously ended by their victors without controversy or question. Weidman is not the champ anymore – at least not of the UFC’s middleweight division. But could he be? That’s where it gets tricky.

As of a few days ago, the book on Weidman told the tale of a flawless rise and sudden fall. He didn’t lose at all until he did, and then he couldn’t win. Now he’s beaten a former welterweight, and he wants us to believe he’s the best again, or maybe even that he never stopped being the best, those three straight losses notwithstanding, and who’s to say that might not be true under the right circumstances?

This is a consequence of having a stacked middleweight division, but also of having a current champ who somehow still seems unproven after more than a decade in the UFC.

The top five or six fighters at 185 pounds right now are all good enough that, on any given night, it’s feasible that anybody could beat anybody else. And they all seem to regard Bisping as easy pickings, making it a race to see who can get to him first.

Enter Weidman, who’s 1-3 in his past four and yet somehow asking for a title shot. His reasoning? The current top contender and interim champ, Robert Whittaker, is clearly more deserving but also likely sidelined with a knee injury until 2018. And with Bisping in desperate need of a real title defense to legitimize his reign, preferably soon, why not at least toss his name in the hat?

It sounds like a long shot until you think about it for 30 seconds. Crazier things have happened, especially in the UFC and especially lately.

That’s why the question of who the best is starts to feel like one where the answer shifts depending on how you ask it. The guy with the main belt? He’d likely be an underdog in a fight with any of his top five peers. The guy with the other belt? He’d likely be the favorite, even if he’s not up to it at the moment.

So who’s the best? That’s the part we haven’t sorted out yet. And in the confusion and chaos, a former champ like Weidman – who hit a tough skid but in exactly the way that could happen to anyone in this talent-rich weight class – might as well stake his claim. At the very least he might succeed in baiting someone at the top into trying to prove him wrong.

For complete coverage of UFC on FOX 25, check out the UFC Eventssection of the site.

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Ex-champ Luke Rockhold returns vs. David Branch in September's UFC Fight Night 116 headliner

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Former UFC middleweight champion Luke Rockhold will see his 15-month layoff come to an end in September when he meets former WSOF champion David Branch in the UFC Fight Night 116 main event.

UFC officials today announced the middleweight bout between Rockhold (15-3 MMA, 5-2 UFC) and Branch (21-3 MMA, 3-2 UFC), along with several other fights on the card.

UFC Fight Night 116 takes place Sept. 16 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, Penn. The card airs on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass, though the bout order hasn’t been finalized.

Rockhold, No. 4 in the latest USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA middleweight rankings, hasn’t competed since he lost the 185-pound title to Michael Bisping in a stunning upset at UFC 199 in July 2016. He was scheduled to fight Ronaldo Souza at UFC Fight Night 101 in November but was forced to withdraw due to injury.

No. 7 Branch, meanwhile, was successful in his return to the UFC in May when he scored a split-decision win over Krzysztof Jotko at UFC 211. He’s 13-1 since his initial UFC release in 2011, including a successful run under the WSOF banner where he claimed titles in two weight classes.

The latest UFC Fight Night 116 card now includes:

  • David Branch vs. Luke Rockhold
  • Sergio Moraes vs. Kamaru Usman
  • Uriah Hall vs. Krzysztof Jotko
  • Hector Lombard vs. Anthony Smith
  • Justin Ledet vs. Dmitriy Sosnovskiy
  • Gilbert Burns vs. Jason Saggo
  • Anthony Hamilton vs. Daniel Spitz

For more on UFC Fight Night 116, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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Gegard Mousasi says he was offered Luke Rockhold at UFC 215 before accepting Bellator offer

After Bellator offered Gegard Mousasi a lucrative deal to defect from the UFC, the industry-leader tried to keep the top-ranked middleweight in the fold.

The UFC offered a bigger paycheck and a fight with ex-champ Luke Rockhold (15-3 MMA, 5-2 UFC) at UFC 215 if Mousasi (42-6-2 MMA, 9-3 UFC) re-signed with the promotion.

Although the UFC’s number was “in the zone,” Mousasi’s manager Nima Safapour today told MMAjunkie, Bellator’s contract offered Mousasi more money, perks and greater leeway to shape his career.

“Throughout the entire experience, Gegard asked me, what’s the better deal? And I told him, it’s never about what deal is better,” Safapour said. “It’s just different. What made it better was what Gegard wanted and what was best for his family. When he looked at that deal from that perspective, the Bellator deal was better.

“With that said, the UFC deal was competitive. And they fought for the deal up to the very end. They deserve a tremendous amount of credit for trying to make this deal, even if they came up short. The Bellator deal was the more competitive deal.”

Although the exact terms of Mousasi’s contract with Bellator are not public, Mousasi and Safapour provided some details on the new deal, which include:

  • A six-fight deal with guaranteed up-front pay and higher per-fight pay
  • A potential cut of profits if Mousasi competed on pay-per-view
  • The ability to fight in overseas promotions and participate in boxing
  • The ability to compete in multiple weight classes
  • Additional drug testing considerations to replace the USADA program used by the UFC

Mousasi said by the time the UFC came back with its second offer, he’d already made up his mind on where he was going.

“Because I know what other fighters were making,” he said. “If I compare myself to Vitor Belfort, I know Vitor has been fighting for a long time. But I’m a better fighter than Vitor. I have a better record than him. I have more championships, I’m younger, and I can fight another five years, while he’s on his way out.

“I didn’t even want the same number as Vitor. That’s the problem. I just wanted to be a little bit closer. Maybe half of what Belfort would make. I didn’t think I was asking for too much.”

Belfort (26-13 MMA, 15-10 UFC), of course, was one of five consecutive opponents Mousasi beat on his current run. Yet he struggled to get a raise when he ended his contract with a controversial second-round stoppage of ex-champ Chris Weidman. He publicly shot down the UFC’s first offer.

“The new owners (at WME-IMG), they don’t understand fighting as well,” Mousasi said. “The Fertitta brothers, they made the company. Even (UFC President) Dana White, he doesn’t work with the same people. All the other guys got fired.

“One fight before my contract expired, I believe they would have pushed bigger negotiations, and it would have been different. But this company, they have a lot of debt. That’s not the fighters’ fault that they’re cutting staff and cutting fighters’ money. That’s not our problem.”

The No. 6 fighter in the USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA middleweight rankings, Mousasi was on the cusp of a UFC title shot when he signed with the Viacom-owned promotion. He joins Ryan Bader, Rory MacDonald and Lorenz Larkin in a group of ranked fighters who’ve defected to Bellator.

Mousasi also relishes the idea of being able to acquire his own sponsors under his new promotional home. In the UFC, he was subject to the Reebok deal, which pays fighters according to their experience on a tier-based system. The deal remains a sore subject among active fighters, prompting the industry-leader to convene a special grievance meeting during its annual summit.

“They gave me $10,000 for Reebok,” Mousasi said. “Ten-thousand dollars. What can I do with that? Even if I don’t make $10,000, I’m not required to do anything (with Bellator). I can do whatever I like. I’m more happy about that than the $10,000 I get – it’s a slap in the face. (Reebok is) literally stealing from the fighters.”

Mousasi’s deal also gives him the opportunity to make money from other sources – namely, overseas promoters that don’t compete with Bellator. Safapour said he’s entertained several lucrative offers from unnamed parties, but until now, he hasn’t been able to truly consider those possibilities.

“W’e not going to compete for UFC Fight Pass organizations,” Safapour said. “But you might very well see Gegard box in Russia. It could very well happen. Our focus for the moment is Bellator.”

And while the UFC’s anti-doping program with USADA remains the gold standard for MMA promotions, Mousasi said Bellator is willing to accommodate his concerns by testing opponents he suspects may be using banned substances.

“I can say I want extra drug testing,” he said. “If I feel like a guy is cheating, they can show up at his door suddenly and test him. There’s more ability to talk and have an opinion.”

Mousasi has not inked an opponent for his debut, but expects to compete in September or October. A first priority is winning the Bellator middleweight title, but he also talked up high-profile opponents in the light heavyweight class. He repeatedly mentioned MacDonald as a possible super fight.

“It’s not my opponent, but that’s an intriguing fight,” Mousasi said. “Even Wanderlei (Silva) because of his name. Quinton Jackson. I don’t know. I can bounce around divisions. But I’m going to get the middleweight belt first, and I think Rory MacDonald is a good fight. People would love to see that. But my goal is to win the belt.”

That goal was the same in the UFC. But now, Mousasi will try to take over another division. After he’s done with that, he said, he’ll try to capture the light heavyweight title. He might as well if he has the freedom.

If there’s one thing he’s learned during his UFC tenure, being a two-division champion is a pretty powerful point of leverage.

For more on Bellator’s upcoming schedule, check out the MMA Rumors section of the site.

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Sneak peek: 'UFC Fighter's Cut: Luke Rockhold' debuts today on FS1

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Former UFC middleweight champion Luke Rockhold is hosting a special career retrospective today on FS1.

“UFC Fighter’s Cut: Luke Rockhold” features the UFC and Strikeforce vet reliving four of his career-defining fights. It debuts at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT) on FS1, and replays of the half-hour special air throughout the week on the same channel.

Check out a preview of the special above.

Other fighters such as Conor McGregor, Demetrious Johnson and Urijah Faber have been featured in the “UFC Fighter’s Cut” series.

Rockhold (15-3 MMA, 5-2 UFC), a 32-year-old Californian currently recovering from an injury, is a former Strikeforce titleholder (2011-2012) and UFC champ (2015-2016) who’s been out of action since his June 2016 title loss to Michael Bisping. For the “UFC Fighter’s Cut” special, he discusses the following fights:

For more on the UFC’s upcoming schedule, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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