VIDEO: WOW! 53 second finish at Cage Legacy.

Makinde Adeyemi wins the Cage Legacy Welterweight title with a .53 second armbar finish over Miachal Vojtanic at Cage Legacy (28-10-16)

Adeyemi is now the holder of the quickest finish in Cage legacy history (0.53)seconds.

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Makinde will defend his strap against John Mitchell from BJJ Cork on the 11th of February in Drogheda on Cage Legacy “Fight Night Drogheda”.Tickets go on sale 11th February 2016.

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Makinde Vs Mitchell

WMMMA applies to have MMA recognised as an Olympic Sport

The World MMA Association’s(WMMAA) President, Vadim Finkelstein, has said that a  request will be sent in to the International Olympic Committee(IOC) in 2017 in an interview with Tass.

“In the next year we will give in our application to have MMA recognised as an Olympic sport. We already have our documents ready.”

Finkelstein went on to say that the WMMAA has “a very good chance to get a positive response, MMA is now the most popular sport on the planet, there are more than 60 countries in our federation”.

What do you think? Will MMA become an Olympic sport?

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Coach Kavanagh says in theory McGregor could make UFC New York

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Well if you still have not caught your breath from UFC 202 where McGregor won a majority decision against Nate Diaz, you’d want to be grabbing you inhaler soon as Kavanagh has just dropped some sick tweets…

 

 

What do you think, should McGregor defend his title or move to 155lbs and fight for the lightweight title?

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Bisbing: ‘Now that we have USADA in the mix, I’ve become world champion.’

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Michael Bisbing, the UFC Middleweight champion has said as reported by MMAFighting.com: “Now that we have USADA in the mix, I’ve become world champion.”

The 38-year old British fighter went on to say:

“Now that USADA is clamping down on performance enhancers, people are getting popped left and right… They still have a long way to go, but people are getting caught, and that’s what counts… You know what the best part is? … I’ve never tested positive for anything other than hard work and dedication. ”

Michael Bisping defends his title against Dan Henderson at UFC 204 on Oct. 8th in Manchester, England.