Pair of DWCS fighters get six-month suspensions from USADA

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The USADA Monster strikes again, targeting a pair of Dana White Contender Series fighters. Man oh man, it’s tough out there these days. Two youngsters who earned wins via The Dana White Contender Series found themselves suspended and fined as a result of failed USADA tests for marijuana. Darn those DWCS kids. Yep, the devil’s … Read morePair of DWCS fighters get six-month suspensions from USADA

UFC released videos from Contender Series, including Fluffy’s brutal KO

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The UFC have released a bunch of their Fight Pass videos from Dana White’s Contender Series onto YouTube. They posted a bunch of good fights and finishes, including Anthony ‘Fluffy’ Hernandez’ nasty knockout of ‘The Beverly Hills Ninja’, Jordan Wright.

The two fighters were both highly touted going into the show and both were undefeated. Wright and Hernandez were both coming off of televised victories in the LFA and this fight would show who was really ready to take that next step. In the end, it turned out to be Hernandez and he violently made his point.

Hernandez let Wright bounce around a bit and was gauging his timing. Then, he unleashed some bombs. Once Hernandez committed, he didn’t let Wright off of the hook. He punched and punched until Wright was unconscious.

Hernandez walked away with a nice new UFC contract and sent Wright back to the drawing board.

Watch all 5 extraordinary finishes from Dana White’s Contender Series

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Every fight on Dana White’s Contender Series last night was a finish. Some of them weren’t very nice, either. The knockouts were all savage KO’s and the subs were strangulations. Put lightly, all of the finishes were extraordinary.

Dana White recognized this and gave four out of the five winners, UFC contracts. Dwight Grant, Ryan Spann, Anthony Hernandez, and Matt Sayles were all of the happy victors. Only one didn’t receive a contract and that was Austin Springer. Springer was impressive in what could have been called a ‘comeback win’, however, his overall performance wasn’t at the level that the UFC president would have liked.

Check out all five finishes from episode two.

Dwight Grant:

Ryan Spann:

Austin Springer

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Anthony Hernandez

Matt Sayles

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