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Rose Namajunas Career Earnings

Rose Namajunas Career Earnings (UFC fights only, doesn’t include undisclosed bonuses, Reebok/fight week incentive sponsorship started July 2015) * denotes an estimated purse Click on event name for full payout for all fighters for that event     TUF 20  Finale – Dec 12/14 – L (Esparza) – $25,000 UFC 187   – May 23/15 – N/A (Ansaroff) –  $52,000 ($25,000 to show, $25,000 win bonus, $2,000 from Ansaroff for missing weight) – UFC paid her despite fight being cancelled UFC 192 – Oct 3/15 – W (Hill) –  $52,500 ($25,000 to show, $25,000 win bonus, $2,500 Reebok sponsorship)* UFC Fight Night: Namajunas vs VanZant – Dec 10/15 – W (VanZant) –  $106,500 ($27,000 to show, $27,000 win bonus, $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus, $2,500 Reebok sponsorship) UFC on Fox: Teixeira vs Evans – Apr 16/16 – W (Torres) –  $88,500 ($43,000 to show, $43,000 win bonus, $2,500 Reebok sponsorship) UFC 201 – Jul 30/16 – L (Kowalkiewicz) –  $98,500 ($46,000 to show, $50,000 Fight of the Night bonus, $2,500 Reebok sponsorship) UFC on Fox: Johnson vs Reis – Apr 15/17 – W (Waterson) –  $94,500 ($46,000 to show, $46,000 win bonus, $2,500 Reebok sponsorship)* UFC 217 – Nov 4/17 – W (Jedrzejczyk) –  $230,000 ($150,000 to show, $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus, $30,000 Reebok sponsorship)*   Total career earnings:  $747,500  

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Let’s Try To Project The New York Mets’ Opening Day Roster

We are now nine days away from Opening Day, which means that MLB teams need to figure out their 25 man rosters soon. The New York Mets’ roster appeared mostly set entering the season, with a stable group of position players and battles for spots in the rotation and bullpen. Exhibition results and an injury to Jason Vargas have cleared up the situation a bit, and the Mets’ latest round of cuts helped shed some more light on the team’s thinking.

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Burning River Radio: It’s Spring Training for the Podcasters Too

Joe and Mike are back on the mics for the first Burning River Radio of 2018 Spring Training. Learn about exciting topics like bunting, the difference between West Valley Spring Training ballparks and how to count.

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The Statistical Star of UFC Orlando: Jessica Andrade

    Mixed martial arts may not have reached its statistical revolution stage like other sports (and perhaps it never will given its primordial nature), but there is still plenty of good data out there.  So, following each UFC event, The MMA Manifesto will parse the numbers provided by FightMetric  and target which pugilist enjoyed the best statistical night.   Jessica Andrade (vs Tecia Torres) Key Stats:  outstruck opponent 151 to 88 (92-69 significant strikes) 51% significant strikes 10 takedowns (out of 12 attempts) 8 guard passes 1 reversal Pile Driver put the hurt on The Tiny Tornado last night in Orlando

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UFC Fight Night: Emmett vs Stephens Results

UFC Fight Night: Emmett vs Stephens Feb 24, 2018  Amway Center Orlando, Florida UFC Fight Night: Emmett vs Stephens Results (click on fighter’s name for detailed scouting report) (fighter ranking based on our exclusive Performance Based Ranking system – click fighter’s rank to check out the list) Main Card (FOX/CTV2 – 8:00 pm Eastern) Featherweights (five rounds): Josh Emmett  (13-1,  #12 ranked featherweight ) Jeremy Stephens   (26-14,  #11 ranked featherweight ) Women’s Strawweights: Jessica Andrade  (17-6,  #4 ranked women’s straw weight ) Tecia Torres  (10-1,  #6 ranked women’s straw weight ) Light Heavyweights: Ovince Saint Preux   (22-10,  #4 ranked light heavyweight ) Ilir Latifi  (14-5, 1 NC,  #11 ranked light heavyweight ) Welterweights: Mike Perry  (11-2,  #26 ranked welterweight ) Max Griffin  (13-4,  #65 ranked welterweight ) Prelims (FOX/TSN – 6:00 pm Eastern) Bantamweights: Renan Barao   (36-5, 1 NC,  #6 ranked bantamweight ) Brian Kelleher   (18-8,  #14 ranked bantamweight ) Women’s Bantamweights: Sara McMann   (11-4,  #5 ranked women’s feather/bantamweight ) Marion Reneau  (8-3-1,  #6 ranked women’s feather/bantamweight ) Women’s Strawweights: Maryna Moroz  (8-2,  #14 ranked women’s straw weight ) Angela Hill  (7-4,  #25 ranked women’s straw weight ) Welterweights: Ben Saunders  (21-8-1,  #42 ranked welterweight ) Alan Jouban  (15-6,  #52 ranked welterweight ) Early Prelims (UFC Fight Pass – 4:15 pm Eastern) Light Heavyweights: Sam Alvey  (31-10, 1 NC,  #9 ranked light heavyweight )**WINNER by KO (Punch) – Round 1 (4:23) Marcin Prachnio  (13-2) Bantamweights: Rani Yahya  (24-9, 1 NC,  #15 ranked bantamweight )**WINNER by Submission (Arm Triangle) – Round 3 (2:32) Russell Doane   (15-7,  #22 ranked bantamweight ) Flyweights: Eric Shelton  (11-4,  #24 ranked flyweight ) Alex Perez  (19-4,  #19 ranked flyweight )**WINNER by Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) Bantamweights: Albert Morales  (7-3-1,  #48 ranked bantamweight ) Manny Bermudez   (11-0)**WINNER by Submission (Guillotine) – Round 2 (2:33)

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UFC Performance Based Fighter Rankings: Women’s Strawweights: Feb 12/18

  There is constant debate about the “official” UFC fighter rankings, which are based on voting from a panel of journalists.  Such is the case with something as subjective as voting – it’s totally based on voter’s opinion, and biases are bound to seep through, whether intentional or no.  So to try to put a fresh, objective, data-driven spin on rankings, The MMA Manifesto has come up with a performance based ranking system, solely based on how a fighter has performed in the cage.

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2017 UFC Fighter Salaries – Complete List

  LAS VEGAS, NV – JULY 9: Fabricio Werdum knees Alistair Overeem during the UFC 213 event at T-Mobile Arena on July 9, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Rey Del Rio/Getty Images) Another memorable year in mixed martial arts is in the books, so it’s time for The MMA Manifesto to look back and reflect on  UFC Fighter Salaries. Was 2017 a good year financially to be a fighter?  Well, that depends on what your name is.  If it is Georges St-Pierre, then yes, it was a very good year.  On the other hand, if you happen to be Carls John de Tomas, you might want to consider keeping your day job

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UFC Performance Based Fighter Rankings: Pound for Pound

  There is constant debate about the “official” UFC fighter rankings, which are based on voting from a panel of journalists.  Such is the case with something as subjective as voting – it’s totally based on voter’s opinion, and biases are bound to seep through, whether intentional or no.

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UFC 218 Pick ‘Em Results

Congratulations to Nathan Hickling  for winning our UFC 218  Pick ‘Em Contest via tie-breaker!  Next Pick ‘Em action will be UFC on Fox: Lawler vs dos Anjos  on Dec 16th.  Thanks for playing!   Consensus Picks Max Holloway – 96% Francis Ngannou – 79% Henry Cejudo – 79% Justin Gaethje – 82% Tecia Torres – 75% Consensus Overall Record in 2017: 103-62 (62%) UFC 218 Pick ‘Em Results 1 Nathan Hickling 10 2 Brandon Kaplan 10 3 Cameron Walsh 9 3 Dave K. 9 3 Travis Parsons 9 3 Matt G.

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UFC 218: Holloway vs Aldo 2 Fight Card

  UFC 218: Holloway vs Aldo 2 Dec 2, 2017 Little Caesars Arena Detroit, Michigan   UFC 218: Holloway vs Aldo 2 Fight Card (click on fighter’s name for detailed scouting report) (fighter ranking based on our exclusive Performance Based Ranking system – click fighter’s rank to check out the list)   Main Card (PPV – 10:00 pm Eastern) UFC Featherweight Championship: Max Holloway – champion  (18-3, #2 ranked featherweight ) vs Jose Aldo   (26-3, #1 ranked featherweight ) Heavyweights: Alistair Overeem   (43-15, 1 NC,  #3 ranked heavy weight ) vs Francis Ngannou  (10-1, #6 ranked heavy weight ) Flyweights: Henry Cejudo   (11-2, #3 ranked women’s flyweight ) vs Sergio Pettis   (16-2, #7 ranked women’s flyweight ) Lightweights: Eddie Alvarez  (28-5, 1 NC, #10 ranked lightweight ) vs Justin Gaethje  (18-0, #46 ranked lightweight ) Women’s Strawweights: Tecia Torres  (9-1,  #9 ranked women’s strawweight ) vs Michelle Waterson   (14-5, #6 ranked women’s strawweight )   Prelims (FS1/TSN2 – 8:00 pm Eastern) Lightweights: Charles Oliveira   (22-7, 1 NC, #19 ranked lightweight ) vs Paul Felder   (14-3, #17 ranked lightweight ) Welterweights: Alex Oliveira  (17-3-1, 2 NC, #10 ranked welterweight ) vs Yancy Medeiros  (14-4, 1 NC, #31 ranked welterweight ) Lightweights: David Teymur  (6-1, #40 ranked lightweight ) vs  Drakkar Klose   (8-0-1, #53 ranked lightweight ) Women’s Strawweights: Felice Herrig  (13-6, #7 ranked women’s strawweight ) vs Cortney Casey  (7-4, #13 ranked women’s strawweight )   Early Prelims (UFC Fight Pass – 6:15 pm Eastern) Welterweights: Sabah Homasi  (11-6, #79 ranked welterweight ) vs  Abdul Razak Alhassan   (7-1, #61 ranked welterweight ) Light Heavyweights: Jeremy Kimball  (15-6, #27 ranked light heavy weight ) vs  Dominick Reyes  (7-0, #27 ranked light heavy weight ) Heavyweights: Justin Willis  (5-1,  #26 ranked heavy weight ) vs  Allen Crowder  (9-2, 1 NC) Women’s Strawweights Amanda Cooper  (3-3, #31 ranked women’s strawweight ) vs  Angela Magana  (11-8, #36 ranked women’s strawweight )     Betting Odds

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