UFC champ Amanda Nunes still amused by critics who claim fear of Valentina Shevchenko

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LAS VEGAS – UFC women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes has a simple question for those who think fear drove her to bow out of a title rematch against Valentina Shevchenko at UFC 213.

“(I’m) 10 years into my career, and right now I’m not going to fight because (I’m) mentally (not ready)?” Nunes told reporters during a media day in Las Vegas. “It doesn’t make any sense.”

Nunes (14-4 MMA, 7-1 UFC) has fought and beaten many of the world’s top female fighters at 135 pounds, including the once-dominant Ronda Rousey. Yet there were plenty of insinuations and outright accusations that she simply got cold feet on the night of her pay-per-view headliner at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas last month. The doubts were magnified by none other than UFC President Dana White, who told the media she’d been cleared to fight by the UFC’s doctor.

But, according to Nunes, it doesn’t take much to get cleared. She said her longtime girlfriend, Nina Ansaroff, had been given the green light with the flu, stomach problems and liver infection.

In Nunes’ case, a long-running issue with sinusitis grew more acute in the Las Vegas air, robbing her of her health in the final days before the fight. Although she was cleared, Ansaroff told MMAFighting.com that four specialists signed off on her decision not to fight Shevchenko.

While the champ was prepared for the fallout, she still had to listen as fans questioned her character. But now, Nunes is putting those concerns out of her mind as she prepares for a rebooking with Shevchenko (14-2 MMA, 3-1 UFC) at UFC 215, which takes place Sept. 9 at Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and airs live on pay-per-view.

Nunes cracks a wry smile when talking about the misconceptions about her condition. The more serious question, though, is will it strike again?

“I’m still on the medicine for a couple more days, and a specialist is with me now,” she said. “Everything I need, he’s going to help me get it. I’m 100 percent, for sure.”

Hopefully, that prognosis holds up. Regardless of the outcome next month, Nunes plans to undergo surgery to correct the sinusitis. She can’t afford to miss any more opportunities because of her condition.

As for her second bout with Shevchenko, the outlook hasn’t changed much. Nunes’ ability to win takedowns and dominate from top position helped her earn a unanimous decision when they fought in March 2016. Shevchenko has since shown new wrinkles in her game, but Nunes feels the same fighter remains.

“I fought her already,” Nunes said. “I know her style. We know the things we have to get better at, the holes in her game, and we’re working on that.”

For more on UFC 215, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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'The Reem' Season 4, No. 5: Behind the scenes of Alistair Overeem's UFC 213 win over Fabricio Werdum

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Alistair Overeem is the center of one arguably the most well-produced documentary series in MMA. Just weeks after his UFC 213 victory over Fabricio Werdum, the UFC heavyweight is back with another episode of “The Reem.”

The series is currently in its fourth season of production after debuting in February 2011, and now the latest episode has been unveiled.

In episode No. 5 of Season 4, cameras follow the former Strikeforce, DREAM and K-1 champion behind the scenes of UFC 213 fight week in Las Vegas. Overeem (43-15 MMA, 8-4 UFC) met former heavyweight champ Werdum (21-7-1 MMA, 9-4 UFC) in a trilogy bout at the event and earned a unanimous-decision victory over the Brazilian.

Watch the latest episode of “The Reem” above, and if you missed any previous episodes, a complete series archive can be found here.

For more on the upcoming UFC schedule, 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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Daniel Cormier believes Amanda Nunes was sick at UFC 213, had 'every right to not compete'

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As a UFC champion who’s put his belt on the line twice, Daniel Cormier is one of the few people who can understand Amanda Nunes’ position heading into UFC 213.

And he’s standing by the women’s bantamweight champ in light of her withdrawal from last Saturday’s scheduled headliner.

“I don’t believe she was afraid,” Cormier told MMAjunkie Radio. “I believe that she was sick. And if she was sick and could not compete, then she had every right to not compete.”

Nunes has received both support and criticism since revealing the bad bout of sinusitis that kept her out of the five-round rematch with Valentina Shevchenko. The heat stemmed mostly from the fact that, as UFC President Dana White first revealed, the champ had technically been cleared to compete after two trips to the hospital.

Nunes, in turn, used social media to explain her chronic condition. She had fought while dealing with the issue before, but the champ said this time it got particularly bad.

“I was not feeling well enough to risk getting punched in the head with such pressure,” Nunes said. (via Twitter)

The bout was a rematch from a three-round UFC 196 encounter that saw Nunes walking away victorious. For Cormier, who admittedly tends to side with the athlete, Nunes’ (14-4 MMA, 7-1 UFC) history is quite enough proof that she would have any motive other than actual illness to avoid rematching Shevchenko (14-2 MMA, 3-1 UFC).

“This is a woman who has already fought and beat Valentina Shevchenko,” Cormier said. “This is a woman who beat Ronda Rousey. A woman who beat Miesha Tate. Two women who are no longer fighting because of the beatings that they took at the hands of Amanda Nunes, essentially.”

But Nunes isn’t the only one catching flack. White has also received criticism for his harsh handling of the situation. After casting doubt around the severity of Nunes’ condition, calling the withdrawal “90 percent mental and maybe 10 percent physical,” White said she would never headline a UFC card again.

As far as the boss’ reaction goes, Cormier chose the diplomatic route.

“Dana is an emotional guy a lot of times,” Cormier said. “He’ll just shoot you straight. In the best of times, he shoots you straight. In the worst of times, he shoots you straight. And I think that’s what you got.”

Cormier is set to defend his light heavyweight belt against longtime foe and ex-champ Jon Jones at UFC 214 on July 29 at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif. The bout headlines the pay-per-view card – which may serve as encouragement for Nunes, considering White had also said Jones would never get to main event a UFC card again.

The Nunes vs. Shevchenko rematch in turn is being targeted for UFC 215, which takes place Sept. 9 at Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. On her end, at least, the champ seems to be absolutely fine with that idea. (via Instagram)

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For more on UFC 214 and UFC 215, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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Manager's clients made UFC debuts against each other, and 'it was definitely a tough situation'

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Watching two of his fighters debut on the same UFC card should be one great day for any manager, right?

Well, for Jason House it was a little more complicated than that.

At Saturday’s UFC 213, House got to watch as clients Cody Stamann (14-1 MMA, 1-0 UFC) and Terrion Ware (17-6 MMA, 0-1 UFC) finally got their turn inside the octagon. So far, so good.

The catch? They were matched up against each other.

“It was a lot of mixed emotions,” House told MMAjunkie. “I’ve been with Cody and Terrion both for a long time now. It was an honor to be a part of their career and journey in mixed martial arts. I was so excited to be able to inform that they were taking the next step and achieving their dream of fighting in the UFC.

“However, it’s also extremely tough because they’re fighting each other. That’d never really happened to me before. It was definitely a tough situation.”

Considering Stamman and Ware didn’t even know each other personally before, House was the one left with the emotional toll of the situation. But at no point did he even think about letting his personal feelings get in the way of either of his client’s paths.

“On the flip side of it, I would never want a client not to get in the UFC because he’d be fighting my client – if that makes sense,” House said. “That’s his opportunity. He earned it. I would never want to prevent someone from getting an opportunity. Once I explained it to them, they fully understood.

“If you have the chance to put two guys in, you’re going to put two guys in if they have to fight each other. That means they’re able to take their careers to the next level and fight on the big stage.”

After three rounds, it was 27-year-old Stamann who emerged victorious. He’s now riding an eight-fight victorious run and planning on quitting the family business. Ware, 31, had a four-fight streak snapped but seems to be recovering nicely from the setback.

While House did watch the featherweight battle, he admits he couldn’t bring himself to watch it at T-Mobile Arena. Instead, he tuned in from his hotel room.

“I decided I would just watch it by myself and come to the arena after to be there to support the guys,” House said. “It was just too tough for me.”

To hear House’s own account of the situation, check out the video above.

And for complete coverage of UFC 213, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

MMAjunkie Radio broadcasts Monday-Friday at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) live from Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino’s Race & Sports Book. The show is hosted by “Gorgeous” George Garcia and producer Brian “Goze” Garcia. For more information or to download past episodes, go to www.mmajunkie.com/radio.

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Stream or download MMAjunkie Radio #2484 with Rob Font, Anthony Birchak, Brian Butler, Jason House

Stream or download Tuesday’s edition of MMAjunkie Radio with guests Rob Font, Anthony Birchak, Brian Butler and Jason House.

Font defeated Douglas Silva de Andrade on Saturday at UFC 213. Birchak, our in-studio guest host, fights Takfumi Otsuka at Rizin FF 6 on July 30. MMA manager Butler talked about his roster of clients, including UFC champ Max Holloway, Douglas Lima and Felice Herrig. MMA manager House had two UFC bantamweights, Cody Stamann and Terrion Ware, debut against each other at UFC 213.

You can listen below or download the episode from SoundCloud.

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UFC 213 'Fight Motion': Whole lotta ear-wigglin' goin' on

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Saturday’s UFC 213 card was fairly light on knockouts, but as we see in the latest “Fight Motion” video, plenty of big blows landed.

The super-slow-motion highlights captured the action from the pay-per-view event, which took place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Check out the highlights, which saw more than a few ear wiggles, above.

The highlights include Robert Whittaker’s (19-4 MMA, 10-2 UFC) unanimous-decision victory over Yoel Romero (12-2 MMA, 8-1 UFC) for the interim middleweight belt, as well as Alistair Overeem’s (43-15 MMA, 8-4 UFC) narrow majority-decision win over former heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum (21-7-1 MMA, 9-4 UFC).

We also get a good look at the big body punch that set up Chad Laprise’s (12-2 MMA, 5-2 UFC) third-round TKO victory over welterweight Brian Camozzi (7-4 MMA, 0-2 UFC)

For more on UFC 213, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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Watch MMAjunkie Radio here (1 p.m. ET) with Tony Ferguson, Rob Font, Anthony Birchak, Brian Butler, Jason House

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MMAjunkie Radio kicks off today at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) with guests Tony Ferguson, Rob Font, Anthony Birchak, Brian Butler, Jason House.

Ferguson is looking to fight for the UFC lightweight title vs. Conor McGregor – or perhaps for an interim title against another top contender. Font is coming off a win at UFC 213 this past Saturday vs. Douglas Silva de Andrade. Birchak competes on July 30 vs. Takafumi Otsuka for Rizin FF. Iridium Sports Agency’s Jason House just had to sit through a fight where both of his clients debuted in the UFC … against each other. SuckerPunch Entertainment’s Butler will update us on his roster of clients, which includes world champions Max Holloway and Douglas Lima.

MMAjunkie Radio airs from 1 to 3 p.m. ET (10 a.m. to noon PT), live from Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. You can watch and listen live on MMAjunkie’s Facebook and YouTube pages. Additionally, SiriusXM Rush (Ch. 93) carries a replay later in the day (8-10 p.m. ET) and the following morning (7-9 a.m. ET), or catch a replay on demand.

MMAjunkie Radio listener guide:

  • HOW TO WATCH (ON WEB): Watch a live stream on MMAjunkie’s Facebook or YouTube pages.
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UFC 213 reactions: Winning and losing fighters on social media

Since the early days when the sport was anything but a mainstream endeavor, the MMA industry has thrived and survived through various websites, forums and, perhaps most importantly, social-media platforms.

Fighters interact with fans, each other and many more through the likes of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, which helps outsiders get a deeper look into the minds of the athletes.

Following Saturday’s UFC 213 event in Las Vegas, several of the winning and losing fighters, along with their coaches, training partners or family members, took to social media to react to the event or share a message with supporters.

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The victorious

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For complete coverage of UFC 213, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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Sean Shelby's Shoes: What's next for Robert Whittaker and UFC 213's other winning fighters?

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The UFC middleweight division crowned an interim champion on Saturday when Robert Whittaker defeated Yoel Romero in the UFC 213 co-headliner.

With champion Michael Bisping on the sidelines, Whittaker (19-4 MMA, 10-2 UFC) claimed the interim 185-pound crown with a unanimous-decision victory over Romero (12-2 MMA, 8-1 UFC) in the pay-per-view bout at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Prelims aired on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

Also on the main card, Alistair Overeem (43-15 MMA, 8-4 UFC), Curtis Blaydes (8-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC), Anthony Pettis (20-6 MMA, 7-5 UFC), and Rob Font (14-2 MMA, 4-1 UFC) defeated their opponents for important wins in their respective careers.

After every event, fans wonder whom the winners will be matched up with next. And with another night of UFC action in the rearview mirror, it’s time to look forward, put on a pair of Sean Shelby and Mick Maynard’s shoes, and play UFC matchmaker for UFC 213’s most notable winning fighters.

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Anthony Pettis (20-6 MMA, 7-5 UFC)

Should fight: James Vick
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It’s not unfair to overstate the importance of Pettis’ unanimous-decision victory over Jim Miller in his return to the lightweight division after a disastrous run at featherweight.

Pettis missed weight for an interim title fight with Max Holloway at UFC 206 in December and then was stopped with strikes for the first time in his career. He’s won just one of five fights prior to beating Miller, and even after coming off the win, it seems like “Showtime” is still at a crossroads.

The fall-off from Pettis’ tenure as UFC champ is significant, but at 30, hope is far from lost. He needs to take a reasonable approach to his career going forward, and that means not jumping back into the fold against top-five competition.

Vick (11-1 MMA, 7-1 UFC) is by no means an easy out for Pettis, but he’s a fighter who has not yet proven he can beat fighters who have accomplished what the former UFC champ has in his career. If Vick could beat Pettis that would elevate his status, but if Pettis won he would be on a winning streak for the first time in three years, and giving a fighter that type of confidence should not be ignored.

Curtis Blaydes

Should fight: Winner of Timothy Johnson vs. Junior Albini at UFC on FOX 25
Why they should fight: Blaydes was pegged as the biggest betting favorite on the card, and he came through victorious when he defeated a durable heavyweight foe in Daniel Omielanczuk by unanimous decision.

Blaydes is considered a fighter with a bright future in the heavyweight division and continued to show hints of promise against a seasoned opponent. He’s won three-straight after stumbling in his octagon debut but has still displayed frequent moments of inexperience, which indicates he shouldn’t yet be thrown into the top 15.

“Razor” must continue to fight opponents of a similar level, and the winner of the UFC on FOX 25 fight on July 22 between Johnson (11-3 MMA, 3-2 UFC) and Albini (13-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC) should provide a fight with closer odds than the one with Omielanczuk.

Alistair Overeem

Should fight: Marcin Tybura
Why they should fight: Overeem eclipsed Fabricio Werdum in their trilogy fight more than 11 years after the first meeting between the heavyweights when he scored a narrow majority-decision victory in a key bout for the weight class.

The Dutchman has been campaigning for a rematch with Stipe Miocic since he fell short in a title fight at UFC 203 in September. He’s put together back-to-back wins over Werdum and Mark Hunt since, and given the state of the weight class, that could be enough to warrant another title shot. UFC President Dana White, however, said “The Reem” is not next in line.

Miocic has wiped out most of the heavyweight contenders over the past few years, save for a few names who will likely slide into a title fight before Overeem. He will likely have to fight down in competition, and a matchup with Tybura (16-2 MMA, 3-1 UFC) could keep Overeem busy.

There’s no question Overeem would be a considerable favorite against Tybura, who is riding a three-fight winning streak including a recent win over former UFC champ Andrei Arlovski. It’s one of the few names he hasn’t faced, though, and for Tybura it would give him the chance to break through from a middling contender into an elite one.

Robert Whittaker

Should fight: Michael Bisping
Why they should fight: Watch the video above to see why Whittaker should fight Bisping (30-7 MMA, 20-7 UFC) in a middleweight title unification bout next.

For complete coverage of UFC 213, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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Urijah Faber content with legacy as Internet troll who called out best, didn't use PEDs

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LAS VEGAS – Newly inducted UFC Hall of Fame member Urijah Faber said he’s too busy to think about coming back to the octagon, even if thoughts of fighting still occupy his mind.

When someone lips off to him in the civilian world, he thinks about solving things with his fists.

But when it comes to his legacy, he’s satisfied with his contribution to the sport as a pioneer for lighter-weight UFC fighters.

When Faber was in his heyday, there were no opportunities for fighters below 170 pounds. So he took matters into his own hands – with a keyboard.

“I went around collecting belts,” Faber (34-10 MMA, 10-6 UFC) told MMAjunkie after his induction this past Thursday into the UFC Hall of Fame as a Modern Era fighter. “My hit list was me being a troll on the Internet, saying who they’re saying is the best guy in the world, and calling that guy out.”

Faber won belts in Gladiator Challenge and the WEC by fighting the best competition available at bantamweight and featherweight, putting the divisions on the map before the WEC was purchased by the UFC’s then-parent company Zuffa and later folded into the industry leader.

“I went around and collected belts in all the organizations,” Faber said. “There was no UFC for me. It wasn’t a reality – I helped get it there. I had a lot of (title) shots because I was beating all the top contenders.”

Although Faber was never able to take home a UFC belt, he is proud of the fact that he competed for so long at a high level. And in particular, he said, he did it without the aid of illegal substances.

“Never did one PED my whole life, and all the cheaters that are out there, shame on you,” he said. “I was a representative who went from the very beginning to the very end at the top of the world, and had a great time doing it.”

Watch Faber reflect on his UFC Hall of Fame induction in the video above.

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

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