Video: 'Road to the Octagon' full episode for Saturday's UFC on FOX 26

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Check out the full “UFC Road to the Octagon” episode for Saturday’s UFC on FOX 26 event.

UFC on FOX 26 takes place Saturday at MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The main card airs on FOX following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

In the headliner, former welterweight champion Robbie Lawler (28-11 MMA, 13-5 UFC takes on former lightweight title holder Rafael dos Anjos (27-9 MMA, 16-7 UFC) in a clash of two hard-hitting sluggers looking again for championship gold.

In the co-main event, top featherweight contender Ricardo Lamas (18-5 MMA, 9-3 UFC) takes on late replacement Josh Emmett (12-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC), who looks to make a statement with an upset win. Additionally, Mike Perry (11-1 MMA, 4-1 UFC) and Santiago Ponzinibbio (25-3 MMA, 7-2 UFC) square off in a much anticipated welterweight affair.v

Check out the full “Road to the Octagon” episode above.

And for more on UFC on FOX 26, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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MMAjunkie reader predictions: Make your picks for UFC on FOX 26 in Winnipeg

We want your predictions for Saturday’s UFC on FOX 26 event in Winnipeg.

Our staff picks feature includes the consensus picks from MMAjunkie readers. Simply cast your vote for each bout below, and we’ll use the official tallies that are registered by Thursday at noon ET (9 a.m. PT).

Those MMAjunkie MMA reader consensus picks will be part of the UFC on FOX 26 staff picks we release Friday ahead of the event. UFC on FOX 26 takes place Saturday at Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and the main card airs on FOX following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

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Robbie Lawler vs. Rafael dos Anjos

Records: Robbie Lawler (28-11 MMA, 13-5 UFC), Rafael dos Anjos (27-9 MMA, 16-7 UFC)
Past five: Lawler 4-1, dos Anjos 3-2
Division: Welterweight
Rankings: Lawler No. 3, dos Anjos No. 9
Odds (as of 12/10/17): Lawler -115, dos Anjos -105

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Ricardo Lamas vs. Josh Emmett

Records: Ricardo Lamas (18-5 MMA, 9-3 UFC), Josh Emmett (12-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC)
Past five: Lamas 3-2, Emmett 4-1
Division: Featherweight
Rankings: Lamas No. 5
Odds (as of 12/10/17): Lamas -240, Emmett +200

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Mike Perry vs. Santiago Ponzinibbio

Records: Mike Perry (11-1 MMA, 4-1 UFC), Santiago Ponzinibbio (25-3 MMA, 7-2 UFC)
Past five: Perry 4-1, Ponzinibbio 5-0
Division: Welterweight
Rankings: None
Odds (as of 12/10/17): Ponzinibbio -185, Perry +160

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Misha Cirkunov vs. Glover Teixeira

Records: Misha Cirkunov (13-3 MMA, 4-1 UFC), Glover Teixeira (26-6 MMA, 9-4 UFC)
Past five: Teixeira 3-2, Cirkunov 4-1
Division: Light heavyweight
Rankings: Teixeira No. 6, Cirkunov No. 9
Odds (as of 12/10/17): Cirkunov -130, Teixeira +110

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For more on UFC on FOX 26, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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Jake Collier vs. Marcin Prachnio booked for UFC on FOX 28 in Florida

A light heavyweight contest is the first official addition to February’s UFC on FOX 28 event.

UFC officials recently announced that Jake Collier (11-4 MMA, 3-3 UFC) will face Marcin Prachnio (13-2 MMA, 0-0 UFC) at the Feb. 24 fight card, which takes place at Amway Center in Florida.

While the night’s complete broadcast plans have yet to be announced, the main card airs on FOX.

Collier was in action most recently in November, picking up a decision win over Marcel Fortuna at UFC Fight Night 120 in November. The 29-year-old Collier has alternated wins and losses in each of six UFC appearances to date, earning wins over Fortuna, Alberto Uda and Ricardo Abreu but coming up short against Devin Clark, Dongi Yang and Vitor Miranda.

Prachnio makes his UFC debut on the strength of an eight-fight winning streak. The most recent result came in August, Prachnio’s only fight of 2017, when he needed just 83 seconds to score a knockout win under the ONE Championship banner. Prachnio has earned 10 of his 13 career wins via knockout – all 10 of which have come in the opening round.

For more on UFC on FOX 28, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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UFC Fight Night 123 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 Fight Night 123 event in Fresno, Calif., 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.

Check out some of those reactions.

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For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 123, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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Aljamain Sterling agrees with internet: He 'really did do the dab' after scary KO at UFC-Fresno

When we look at exciting, highlight-reel knockouts, it’s easy to forget that there’s someone on the wrong end of them.

Sometimes, though, we get stark reminders.

That was the case at Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 123, when a vicious knee by Marlon Moraes landed flush on Aljamain Sterling’s chin after 67 seconds. While the perfectly-timed blow made for one eye-popping sight, the awe turned into apprehension as Sterling lay on the mat for minutes before leaving on a stretcher.

Sterling, however, was coherent backstage and would soon appease everyone with a tweet. And, two days later, he’s showing that his sense of humor is still very much intact. (via Twitter)

The “dab” happens the moment Sterling lands, with his hands to his right side. (via Twitter)

While it’s probably not as bad as feeling it, watching yourself get knocked out can’t be fun. Still, that’s what Sterling did – pin-pointing the exact moment in which he realized the takedown he thought he’d timed down so perfectly wasn’t such a great idea. (via Twitter)

Thankfully, despite having a two-fight winning streak violently snapped, Sterling (14-3 MMA, 6-3 UFC) seems to be alright. Moraes (20-5-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC), of course, is doing a tad better – now two wins removed from a narrow loss to Raphael Assuncao in his UFC debut, he also took home a $50,000 “Performance of the Night” bonus.

For what it’s worth, Sterling probably got some added fan appreciation in the process. And we all got a lesson in post-fight class from both bantamweights.

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 123, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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

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Let Brett Johns' story be a warning: When street fighting, maybe avoid historical monuments

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In Brett Johns’ defense, he was provoked that time he exchanged chokes and punches with another guy in the middle of the street.

But in hindsight, maybe he could’ve maybe picked a spot to stand up for himself that had a little less historical baggage.

As shown by an undefeated record that includes three UFC outings, Johns (15-0 MMA, 4-0 UFC) knows a thing or two about fighting other men in a controlled, regulated environment. But back in the day, when he was solely a judo player with no MMA training, he saw himself in a situation that did not involve a bout agreement.

“There were a couple of thugs by me, and I remember walking on the street,” Johns told MMAjunkie Radio, when asked to share a street-fight story. “I mentioned I was doing judo. I’d done judo for 16 years before this point. This guy, randomly, probably about the same age as me – jumped on my back and rear-naked choked me.

“He tried to put me unconscious in the middle of the street. Just for a joke, really. And I’m not a big fan of that. I’ve never gone to sleep in my life, and I never plan to.

“Hopefully it doesn’t happen this Friday, either.”

Spoiler: It didn’t. By “this Friday,” Johns meant his recent TUF 26 Finale appointment with grappling expert Joe Soto, which took place Dec. 1. In fact, not only did Johns manage not to get choked out, but he pulled off a rare calf-slicer submission in a mere 30 seconds.

But this is now. At the time that the “thug” tried to choke him out in the street, Johns wasn’t quite as well-rounded. So let’s just say things didn’t go as smoothly for the bantamweight.

“I remember just getting really annoyed, so I pushed him,” Johns said. “I remember pushing me to a corner of a wall and beating lumps of me. Those were five or six punches he beat into me. And they all landed flush in the face. And I remember being so embarrassed that I offered him out by the – it was like a monument.

“It was a solider monument from the first World War, and I said, ‘We’ll fight down there.’ Not very respectful, I know.”

Albeit morally questionable, the maneuver was effective.

“I think he fancied his chances because he landed some punches on me,” Johns said. “But I managed to switch the situation. I held him on a rear-naked choke. I was choking him, and I let him up. I managed to catch him with a shot and put him down.

“I remember looking up – after it all finished, the guy didn’t want to carry on after that. And I looked to the sign.”

If getting busted by your parents in a situation like this is embarrassing, there has got to be a new word for what Johns experienced next.

“I realized that my great-grandfather was on that monument,” Johns said.

In light of that, Johns thinks he maybe should have taken the scuffle somewhere else. But on the other hand, there’s also the possibility that his great-grandfather would have been proud to see him stand his ground against what was ultimately a bully.

“It’s one of those things: I detest – I think everybody does, but I hate bullies,” Johns said. “I’m not a big fan of bullies.”

For more on the UFC’s upcoming 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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Jon Anik and champ Daniel Cormier on the call for UFC on FOX 26 on Saturday

The broadcasting and reporting crews for this weekend’s UFC on FOX 26 event are set.

FOX Sports officials today told MMAjunkie that play-by-play man Jon Anik and color commentator/current UFC light-heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier will call the action at the Canadian event.

UFC on FOX 26 takes place Saturday at Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and the main card airs on FOX following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

Anik and Cormier are a frequent pairing on UFC fight nights.

Some other familiar faces will be a part of the broadcasting lineup.

Welterweight champ Tyron Woodley and former middleweight titleholder Michael Bisping work as desk analysts, along with lead host Karyn Bryant and reporter Megan Olivi.

The event marks Bisping’s debut on the FOX desk; his past work has been part of the UFC’s FS1 broadcasts.

Additionally, Victor Davila and UFC bantamweight Marlon Vera call the action for FOX Deportes.

UFC on FOX 26 features a 170-pound headliner with two former champs: ex-welterweight titleholder Robbie Lawler (28-11 MMA, 13-5 UFC) vs. former lightweight champ Rafael dos Anjos (27-9 MMA, 16-7 UFC). Additionally, perennial contender Ricardo Lamas (18-5 MMA, 9-3 UFC) meets late replacement Josh Emmett (12-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) in the featherweight co-headliner.

For more on UFC on FOX 26, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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McGregor vs. Pacquiao is a terrible idea. Wouldn't it be nice if that alone were enough to stop it?

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Let’s start with something we all (hopefully) agree on: A boxing match between Conor McGregor and Manny Pacquiao is a terrible idea.

It’s a bad idea not just because it’s bad, but also because it’s dumb and hackneyed, stripped of all novelty, like a ripoff of a parody.

Remember earlier this year when Olympic swimming great Michael Phelps “raced” a computer-generated shark on the Discovery channel? Booking McGregor vs. Pacquiao now would be like trying to run that one back, except this time with a CGI dolphin.

But here’s the problem with the current age of combat sports: As dumb and awful as a fight like that would be right now, how certain can you be that it won’t actually happen?

Personally, I’m hovering at right around 80 percent sure. I’m encouraged by recent developments, such as UFC President Dana White threatening a lawsuit over the reported negotiations between Team McGregor and Team Pacquiao, but I still can’t get all the way to 100 percent positive, or even comfortably into the 90s.

A lot of that is due to what you might call plausibility creep. The last several years have seen a shift in our perception of what’s possible in combat sports. McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather? That didn’t seem realistic until suddenly there it was. A pro wrestler jumping straight into the UFC with zero relevant experience to recommend him for the job? It was laughable until it was real.

It’s not just the UFC, either. Everything about Bellator’s stubbornly popular seniors tour feels like a bad joke that was repeated once too often, until it was finally conjured into being by the dulling force of repetition.

All this has consequences. Professional fighting is an imitative business. The best indicator of what will work is what already has worked in the recent past. This is true for both promoters and fighters.

Witness the shift in UFC fighter attitudes caused by the success of McGregor. Before he came along, the typical goal was to become a champion, then defend the belt again and again. Now it’s to win the belt and immediately go hunting for a huge payday in another division.

For promoters, it’s a constant battle for our attention. If it’s only the outlandish possibilities that get us talking, then those must be the ones worth considering.

And since we accept and even expect that promoters will have no guiding principles that extend beyond the race for the next one-off cash grab, they’re free to live down to our standards. The only excuse they need in order to sell us a certain fight is the possibility that we’ll buy it.

Which brings us back to McGregor-Pacquiao, the combat sports version of the lazy action-movie sequel.

There’s nothing to recommend this fight. We’ve already seen McGregor as a boxer, so that curiosity is satisfied. The longer he stays away from the UFC, the more it seems like he’s holding the lightweight title hostage, and at a time when the division itself is as interesting as ever.

Even the bulb of Pacquiao’s celebrity doesn’t shine as brightly as it used to, making him seem like the copycat kid who shows up at school in whatever he saw the cool kids wearing yesterday.

Still, you can’t say that nobody would watch this fight, which means you can’t say that the powers that be wouldn’t consider making it. Even with all the obstacles, ranging from personal to professional, we’ve reached a point where you can’t just write it off as impossible.

In a bizarre way, the fact that it seems so farfetched now actually makes it slightly more likely, since at least it would qualify as a surprise.

That’s a strange place for the sport to be, and it doesn’t seem like we’ve seen the end of it yet. It seems more like we’re still searching out the new boundaries, waiting to see how far those borders can be pushed until something – whether it’s anger, revulsion, or just indifference – finally pushes back.

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

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Watch MMAjunkie Radio here (1 p.m. ET) with Ricardo Lamas, Glover Teixeira and Paul Felder

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MMAjunkie Radio kicks off today at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) with guests Ricardo Lamas, Glover Teixeira and Paul Felder.

Lamas co-headlines Saturday’s UFC on FOX 26 event against replacement Josh Emmett. Teixeira fights Misha Cirkunov at the network-televised event. Fresh off a UFC 218 win, Felder called the action this past weekend at UFC Fight Night 123.

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 YouTubepages. 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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  • HOW TO VISIT THE SHOW: You can watch MMAjunkie Radio live and in person at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. The booth is located in the resort’s Race & Sports Book next to the Mandalay Bay poker room. To plan a trip to Sin City and MMAjunkie Radio, go to www.mandalaybay.com.

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Frankie Saenz on narrow win over Merab Dvalishvili: 'In the future, watch out for that guy'

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Frankie Saenz left Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 123 event with a much-needed win and a warning about opponent Merab Dvalishvili.

“In the future, watch out for that guy,” Saenz told MMAjunkie.

In a preliminary-card bout that aired on FS1 from Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif., Saenz (11-5 MMA, 4-3 UFC) squeaked by promotional newcomer Dvalishvili (7-3 MMA, 0-1 UFC) with a narrow split-decision victory.

According to MMADecisions.com, it was a difficult fight to score. Media members registered tallies that ranged from 30-27 for Saenz to 30-27 for Dvalishvili. Ultimately, though, Saenz got the win with official 29-28, 28-29 and 29-28 tallies.

Once a top bantamweight prospect, Saenz was stuck in a three-fight skid before his close win over Dvalishvili, a native of the country of Georgia who now trains with Team Serra Longo in New York. Saenz, a 37-year-old former KOTC champion, got his first victory since August 2015, and he endured three hard-fought rounds at UFC Fight Night 123 to get it.

Afterward, he raved about Dvalishvili, who entered the fight as nearly a 2-1 favorite and overcame a nasty and bloody head gash to keep the pressure on.

“Tough dude, man,” Saenz said. “He’s got a great career ahead of him, that’s for sure. … I hit him with a lot of shots, but in this game, everyone is tough.

“I hit him with a few, and he bounced back. He kept coming. He kept coming. That says a lot.”

Before the win over Dvalishvili, Saenz lost to Augusto Mendes via split decision but earned “Fight of the Night” honors. Before that, he tested himself against some elite 135-pounders – Urijah Faber and Eddie Wineland – and came up short. Now in his late 30s, he knows he has only so many years of fighting left ahead of him, but with a victory in the final fight of his current contract, he’s got some new life.

So, what’s next?

“Christmas with my family,” he said. “That’s what I’m thinking about right now.”

For complete coverage of UFC Fight Night 123, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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