Canada's Gagnon to face former UFC champ Barao
Canadian Mitch Gagnon, riding a four-fight win streak in the UFC, has been rewarded with a matchup with former bantamweight champion Renan Barao. The two will meet Dec. 20 on a televised card in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Former No. 1 boxer Holm to make UFC debut in December
The world's former No. 1-rated female boxer is set to make her Ultimate Fighting Championship debut. The UFC announced Thursday that Holly Holm will fight Colorado native Raquel Pennington on Dec. 6 in Las Vegas.
Welterweight MacDonald's UFC title shot is years in the making
It's been nine years since Rory (Ares) MacDonald made his pro debut in Prince George, B.C., against Terry Thiara. His parents had to sign a waiver to get the local commission to OK the bout for the 16-year-old lightweight. Even David Lea, his longtime trainer at Toshido Mixed Martial Arts in Kelowna, was a little concerned.
Kelades goes from fan to fighter as local hero wins big on UFC stage in Halifax
Going from fan to fighter in five days, Chris (The Greek Assassin) Kelades made Canadian UFC history Saturday night. He came into the fight against Patrick (The Hooligan) Holohan as a 3-1 or 4-1 underdog. But he emerged victorious, winning a unanimous 29-28 decision over the previously undefeated Irish fighter.
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