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After UFC 140 loss, 'Big Nog' in Los Angeles to discover fate of broken arm
December 12, 2011 (22:00) [ Indexed from MMAjunkie
The status of Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira's arm is a wait-and-see proposition at this point.
His manager, though, doesn't believe the fighter's career is over.
"Nogueira is no rookie when it comes to overcoming adversity and issues like this, so right now it's just too early to decide that," Ed Soares today told MMAjunkie.com. "But I don't believe that's the last time we'll see Nogueira in the cage."
Medical Beat: Looking at UFC 140's possible concussion, rib injury and broken arm
December 12, 2011 (16:10) [ Indexed from MMAjunkie
From a medical perspective, this past weekend's UFC 140 event had a little bit of everything.
There was Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira's broken arm, Tito Ortiz's rib injury, and - perhaps not as noticeable - Jared Hamman's possible concussion.
In his latest Medical Beat installment, MMAjunkie.com medical columnist Dr. Johnny Benjamin discusses the various injuries and the proper course of treatment for each.
Nogueira suffers broken arm at the hands of Mir
December 11, 2011 (13:05) [ Indexed from MMA HQ
Frank Mir’s submission of the night victory against Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira was dubbed the submission of the century by many but it was clear to see the powerful kimura had left the Brazilian with a badly injured arm. The above x-ray shows the full extent of damage suffered by the elder Nogueira brother.
Following hospital visits, UFC futures of Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, Tito Ortiz uncertain
December 11, 2011 (10:45) [ Indexed from MMAjunkie
TORONTO - Former UFC champions and MMA legends Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
and Tito Ortiz may have reached the end of
Nogueira and Ortiz were each transferred to a Toronto-area hospital
following losses to Frank Mir and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira,
respectively, on the main card of Saturday night's UFC 140 event, and
UFC president Dana White admitted each of them may have fought for the
final time in the octagon.
Following the evening's post-event press conference, White said he would have to talk with each fighter
individually, but he wasn't willing to guarantee a UFC return for either
UFC 140 results: 'Lil Nog' stops Tito Ortiz with first-round body shots
December 11, 2011 (04:20) [ Indexed from MMAjunkie
TORONTO - Tito Ortiz's record 26th UFC fight unfortunately ended on the wrong end of a TKO.
Light-heavyweight opponent Antonio Rogerio Nogueira wobbled him with a left hook and then crippled him with body shots en route to a first-round TKO victory.
The fight took place at UFC 140 at Toronto's Air Canada Centre. It was part of the night's pay-per-view main card and followed prelims on Facebook and ION Television.
UFC 140's 'Big Nog' indifferent on title shot but still has 'something to show'
December 09, 2011 (23:50) [ Indexed from MMAjunkie
TORONTO - Frank Mir says a win over Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira should put him in line for the title.
Nogueira, however, doesn't want to fight for the belt as long as Junior Dos Santos is the reigning heavyweight champion.
"I want to be in the top three to five guys in my weight division," he said. "I don't have a desire to fight for the title because of Junior."
After back-to-back losses, 'Lil Nog' promises improved wrestling at UFC 140
December 08, 2011 (02:45) [ Indexed from MMAjunkie
TORONTO - With back-to-back losses against competitors known primarily
for their wrestling acumen, Antonio Rogerio Nogueira is in desperate need of win.
So one might find it surprising that Nogueira elected to seek that wvictory
against former UFC champion Tito Ortiz, another
man known primarily for his abilities as a wrestler.
"I had fights with good wrestlers, top fighters," Nogueira told
MMAjunkie.com in advance of his UFC 140 contest.
"Honestly, everybody is at the top level. I improved my wrestling over
the past year. I think now I'm going to show that I'm a better wrestler."
Brazil scores big in UFC's first-ever Twitter bonuses; Silva, Nogueira, Maia earn $10K
November 01, 2011 (21:30) [ Indexed from MMAjunkie
It's a good week to be Brazilian.
With the UFC gaining rapid steam in the country and the promotion set
for a January return to the South American nation, Brazilian fighters
also scored big in the company's first-ever Twitter bonus awards.
UFC middleweight champ Anderson Silva, former interim heavyweight champ
Antonio Rodrgio Nogueira and middleweight contender Demian Maia each
pocketed $10,000 for winning bonuses in two different categories.
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