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Dana White says Rodrigo Nogueira is done: 'I don't want to see him fight anymore'

Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira battled for three hard rounds with Stefan Struve on Saturday night at UFC 190, but ultimately fell by unanimous decision marking his third straight loss inside the Octagon. While the latest defeat didn't come by way of brutal knockout like his previous fight, Nogueira still looked sluggish at times and took a ton of damage from Struve over 15 minutes. Nogueira...
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UFC 190 Highlights: Stefan Struve vs. Minotauro Nogueira

Here are highlights from Stefan Struve’s heavyweight war with the legend, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, that took place on last night’s UFC 190 PPV. UFC President Dana White announced that this will indeed be Big Nog’s final fight with the UFC – so what you’re seeing here is a bit of history as one of the final true heavyweights from the PRIDE era will be moving onto the...
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Stefan Struve punishes Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira to win unanimous decision

Stefan Struve endured a hostile crowd while also fighting one of his idols as the Dutch kickboxer got back on track with a unanimous decision win over Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira at UFC 190. Struve has battled through a health scare with a heart condition that nearly ended his career and dropping back-to-back fights by knockout to finally get back in the win column while facing a legend...
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Stefan Struve Outstrikes Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira To Decision Win At UFC 190

Stefan Struve oustruck Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira over the course of three rounds at UFC 190 in Brazil tonight, appearing to have him hurt at times, but was unable to find a away to finish the 39 year-old veteran. Round One: Struve with a jab to start. Nogueira gets through with a left hook and then clinches up against the cage with the much bigger struve. He lands a knee. Struve...
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Stefan Struve: If I use my reach well, there's not a lot opponents can do

Heavyweight contender Stefan Struve will enter the UFC 190 Octagon Saturday in Brazil after losing his last two bouts by knockout. Perhaps just as significantly, he's suffered for years from a rare heart condition that kept him out of competition for a long time. In fact, Struve recently estimated that he's been fighting at barely over 50 percent of his physical capabilities. Now...
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Stefan Struve vs. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira on tap for UFC 190

Former UFC heavyweight champion Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira will return for the first time in more than a year when he faces top 15 ranked fighter Stefan Struve at UFC 190 on August 1 in Brazil. UFC officials announced the new matchup on Tuesday. Nogueira (34-1-1, 1 NC) hasn't fought in the UFC since April 2014 when he was knocked out in dramatic fashion by former "Ultimate Fighter...
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April 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Stefan Struve Determined To Fight Again Despite Panic Attack

According to his manager, Stefan Struve is determined to fight in the UFC again despite his recent health issues. UFC 175 earlier this month had been all set to mark the heavyweight’s triumphant return to the Octagon over a year after he had been diagnosed with a potential career-ending heart condition, but disaster struck on the night of the event when the ‘Skyscraper’ passed...
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July 15, 2014  |  Discuss

UFC Pays Stefan Struve and Matt Mitrone Despite Canceled UFC 175 Fight

There’s nothing like getting paid for doing nothing. Sure Stefan Struve (pictured) and Matt Mitrone would have preferred to fight each other Saturday at UFC 175, but leaving Las Vegas with your show and win money isn’t a bad consolation prize. Just minutes before the heavyweights were to take center stage, Struve, who was returning from a 14-month hiatus after undergoing surgery...
July 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Stefan Struve faints in locker room and has fight called off

Stefan Struve’s (pictured) 14-month hiatus from fighting will have to wait for another day, possibly, forever. Just minutes before the heavyweight was to fight Matt Mitrione at UFC 175, Struve fainted backstage and the bout has been canceled. “He was hyperventilating. They think it was a panic attack,” UFC president Dana White told media members sitting in press row. It was...
July 05, 2014  |  Discuss

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