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  • Coenen: ‘I Hit Pretty Hard Too’

    By: Greg Savage


    Marloes Coenen refused to back off her bold prediction of a knockout in her bout with titleholder Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos at Strikeforce...

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  • Riggs Expecting Win on the Feet

    By: Greg Savage




    Joe Riggs feels he will have to take care of a very tough Jay Hieron on the feet if he hopes to put another victory in his win column.

    The two welterweights will hook up in bout that could position the winner for a shot at Saturday’s main event...

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  • Hieron is All Business for Riggs

    By: Greg Savage




    Jay Hieron and Joe Riggs will matchup in what is shaping up to be a welterweight title contender’s bout.

    Hieron, speaking with Sherdog.com, discussed his fight with Riggs and noted that he would be an interested observer when...

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  • 5 Questions: Strikeforce Edition

    By: Jake Rossen


    D. Herbertson/Sherdog.com


    Is Zaromskis ready?

    Sixteen fights and five years into a steady career, Marius Zaromskis has made it very easy for amateur filmmakers to create a highlight reel. But of all that ridiculous footage, only Hayato Sakurai presented as a serious and accomplished problem. Against...

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  • Red Ink: Diaz/Zaromskis

    By: Jake Rossen


    D. Herbertson/Sherdog.com


    Nick Diaz might have a night stand brimming with books on geometry, military warfare, and psychological intimidation. (All these things might also idle near a bong, but this isn’t relevant.) His strikes come from odd angles, stretched further than you’d think he could reach, and slap into heads with insulting sting. One or two are tolerable: 125, the amount of punches Diaz landed in the second round against Scott Smith last June, are enough to ruin your evening. He will scowl, stick his chin...

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  • Primer: Strikeforce 'Miami'

    By: Jake Rossen


    D. Mandel/Sherdog.com


    In arranging 20 cards (or more) per year, the UFC has adopted a schedule that doesn’t make many allowances for “event” programming: it has become a sports league with no off-season. To satisfy that glut of airtime, more than a few events wind up having only one or two fights that really adrenalize audiences.

    Strikeforce is a company without the roster depth to manage that kind of volume, and there are times when fans may feel better off for it. Saturday’s Showtime broadcast from Miami, Fla., features four genuinely compelling fights squeezed together, one after the other, and a solid argument that any one of them could be worth the entire ticket price. It creates a sense of elevation that’s been largely absent in MMA over the past several months. A good fight show should mimic the...

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  • Poll: Fight of the Night

    By: Mike Fridley



    The map below displays regional data for the current poll. Refresh (F5) to update:


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  • ESPN MMA Live: Strikeforce Preview




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