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M-1 Global presents the *whisper* Strikeforce heavyweight tournament with "The Last Emperor" Fedor...

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M-1 Global presents the *whisper* Strikeforce heavyweight tournament with "The Last Emperor" Fedor Emelienenko and seven other guys who clearly don't even matter. Fedor's the unbeaten current champion, right? ;-)

The Japanese ratings were out a few days ago, and TBS pulled in an average of 8.8% (9.8 and 7.8 for...

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The Japanese ratings were out a few days ago, and TBS pulled in an average of 8.8% (9.8 and 7.8 for each hour). Last year had a peak of 16.7% and an average of 13%, over 3 points higher overall. The help of Ishii and Inoki were simply not enough for the fledgling Dynamite!!. It is just proof that Japan needs new star power.

via Dave Walsh at Liverkick.com. This is bad news for Japanese MMA, which has been struggling through 2010, now into 2011. Let's see how 2011 plays out for JMMA.

An enterprising lad at YouTube has put together this fine video of some of CM Punk's best moments...

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An enterprising lad at YouTube has put together this fine video of some of CM Punk's best moments on color commentary in 2010. Lots of funny stuff and a fine way to commemorate the end of a great run.

We must remember the Future Endeavored Class of 2010.

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We must remember the Future Endeavored Class of 2010.

Ariel Helwani interviews a highly emotional Phil Baroni. So much respect for Baroni here.

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Ariel Helwani interviews a highly emotional Phil Baroni. So much respect for Baroni here.

Props to @UFC for showing appreciation to both Gray & I by saying they will give us both win...

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Props to @UFC for showing appreciation to both Gray & I by saying they will give us both win bonuses. Thank you!! @danawhite @lorenzofertitta

Frank Edgar on Twitter with some good news after a disappointing result to a fantastic fight. Bring on the Third.

The latest on John Cena, according to Dave Meltzer on the subscription part of his website, is that...

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The latest on John Cena, according to Dave Meltzer on the subscription part of his website, is that he only suffered a bruised hip, a relatively minor injury, and should be back in action in a matter of days. I bet there were a lot of sighs of relief within WWE's creative team and management when they heard that news, as The Undertaker is already touch and go for WrestleMania and Brock Lesnar still looks like a long shot to appear on that show. At the moment they can't afford any serious injuries to the few banged up, experienced headliners they've got left. They need all hands on deck, if WrestleMania 27 is to be a PPV success.