Wilson Gouveia

UFC 80: Rapid Fire Weigh-In Results


Joe Stevenson weighs-in for UFC 74: Respect. Photo property of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

The official weigh-in results for tomorrow afternoon’s UFC 80: Rapid Fire are below. All fighters successfully made weight.

MMA on Tap will start live coverage of the event starting at 1:00 PM EST tomorrow.

BJ Penn (154 lbs) vs Joe Stevenson (154 lbs)
Fabricio Werdum (247 lbs) vs Gabriel Gonzaga (255 lbs)
Jess Liaudin (170 lbs) vs Marcus Davis (169 lbs)
Wilson Gouveia (205 lbs) vs Jason Lambert (204 lbs)
Jorge Rivera (185 lbs) vs Kendall Grove (186 lbs)
Antoni Hardonk (244 lbs) vs Colin Robinson (238 lbs)
Paul Kelly (170 lbs) vs Paul Taylor (170 lbs)
James Lee (206 lbs) vs Alessio Sakara (206 lbs)
Per Eklund (155 lbs) vs Sam Stout (155 lbs)

CKA: Nov 30, 2007

News and Notes

- Our rumors section has been updated.

- Check back later this morning for an extensive interview with MMA veteran Joe Camacho…

- The UFC has officially announced three more bouts for UFC 80: Rapid Fire in January, including Jason Lambert’s return to the Octagon against Wilson Gouveia.

The two were originally slated to fight at UFC 76 but Gouveia was forced to pull out of the fight after suffering a broken nose during training.

- K-1 Hero’s veteran Andre Dida has revealed that he will be leaving Chute Boxe to MMA Weekly:

“My brother (Mauricio ‘Veio’) lives in Canada and he has some contacts and some of his contacts made me an offer to teach mixed martial arts and Muay Thai in Canada,” said Dida. “It’s a very good offer and I cannot deny an opportunity like that. I have talked with Master Rafael Cordeiro and I’ve never seen him so sad with anything. He was disappointed with the news. I consider him as a father, but I have to leave.”

- Gray Maynard will take on Dennis Siver at UFC Fight Night 12 according to MMA Junkie.

Maynard was originally supposed to fight Matt Grice but Grice opted to decline the fight because of police training requirements. (You can read Grice’s entire explanation in the comments portion of MMA Junkie’s post.)

- Joe Riggs will take on Mike Gates at KOTC: Avalanche on December 15th at the Moncton Coliseum in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada according to The Fight Network.

- The California State Athletic Commission has announced that Alexander Crispim has tested positive for Desoxymethyltestosterone, an anabolic steroid, following post-fight testing for Strikeforce: Four Men Enter, One Man Survives. Crispm has been suspended for one year and fined $2,500.

Radio Schedule

12-1 PM EST - TAGG Radio
3-5 PM EST - The Savage Dog Show
3-5 PM EST - The Beatdown
3-4 PM EST - The Fight Network Radio
9-10 PM EST - MMAWeekly’s Sound Off
11 PM EST - Knockout Radio

Report: Gouveia Pulls Out of Lambert Fight

Greg Savage of Sherdog is reporting that Wilson Gouveia has been forced to pull out of his scheduled bout against Jason Lambert at UFC 76 after suffering a broken nose.

Gouveia apparently suffered the injury during a recent training session last week. Officials at American Top Team, where Gouveia had been training for the fight, stated that the break is very severe and that they expect Gouveia to be out of action for at least 3-4 months.

A replacement opponent for Lambert has not yet been announced. Savage also reported that the UFC is said to be considering scrapping the bout completely and using Lambert at a later event this year.

Update 7:00 PM: We originally reported Lambert as being the injured fighter when it is actually Gouveia that was forced to be removed from the card. We apologize for the error.

The UFC has announced that it has decided to put on only 8 fights at next weekend’s UFC 76 and will look to match up Lambert and Gouveia at a later date:

Due to a broken nose suffered in training, Wilson Gouveia has been scrapped from his UFC 76 bout with Jason Lambert at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California on September 22nd. The intriguing 205-pound matchup is expected to be rescheduled in the future, and due to time constraints in finding a suitable opponent for Lambert, the UFC 76 card will now feature eight bouts.

UFC 71 Post-Fight Media Roundup

Here’s a collection of media links focusing on last night’s event UFC 71: Liddell vs. Jackson.

MMA Media:

Sherdog: Rampage Ices Liddell, Captures UFC Title; Video: “Rampage” Celebrates Victory; Liddell’s Trainer Talks Disappointing Loss; Beatdown After the Bell: UFC 71
MMAWeekly: Henderson to Challenge for UFC Title; UFC 71 Review: Rampage Makes it 2-for-2; Dan Henderson on Fighting Rampage
The Fight Network: Hendo Octagon Bound; Ice Breaker
Gracie Mag: For a Big House
UFC HP: Crushed Ice – Rampage KO’s Liddell to Win Light Heavy Crown; Next in Line - Hendo’s Back
InsideFighting: “Rampage” KOs Liddell

US News:

ESPN: Gettin’ Jacked Up
NBC Sports: Rampage’s right hand melts the Iceman; Iceman Melted
Houston Chronicle: Jackson stuns Liddell to continue UFC upset string
Yahoo! Sports: Anything’s Possible; Rampage Ices Liddell
Press Telegram: Jackson KOs the champ for title
KCAL: Video: Rampage Jackson knocks out Iceman Liddell for the UFC Title
LA Times: Jackson busts through opening left by Liddell
Newsday: Rampage TKOs Liddell at UFC 71
OC Register: Jackson goes on rampage (with audio)
Daily Herald: UFC’s popularity no suprise
CBS: Rampage doesn’t just have Liddell’s number—he has his belt
Washington Post: Jackson Scores Stunning First-Round KO to Take Liddell’s Title

Canadian News:

TSN: On The Rampage
Sportsnet: Rampage shocks The Iceman; Canuck Starnes cripples Leben; UFC upsets Continue; Alexander upsets Keith Jardine
CBC: Rampage lives up to his name, dethroning Chuck (The Iceman) Liddell at UFC 71
The Globe and Mail: Jackson takes light heavyweight title from Liddell
Toronto Sun: Sunflashes

UFC 71: Liddell vs Jackson Live Blog

Tonight we will be going live at 10 PM EST, covering UFC 71: Liddell vs Jackson with one of our patented live blogs. Be sure to leave some comments throughout the night…

While you are waiting for the event to start, feel free to check out our coverage of the event which includes an official preview, predictions, media coverage, and much more:

UFC 71 Preview
Tap Selections: UFC 71
UFC 71 Media Roundup
UFC 71 Coverage on ESPN
UFC 71 Weigh-in Results
UFC 71 Conference Call Notes
Chuck Liddell on Jim Rome

UFC 71: Liddell vs Jackson

Main Card Bouts:

Chuck Liddell vs Quinton Jackson
Karo Parisyan vs Josh Burkman
Ivan Salaverry vs Terry Martin
Keith Jardine vs Houston Alexander
Chris Leben vs Kalib Starnes

Preliminary Bouts:

Din Thomas vs Jeremy Stephens
James Irvin vs Thiago Silva
Wilson Gouveia vs Carmelo Marrero
Alan Belcher vs Sean Salmon

Continue reading "UFC 71: Liddell vs Jackson Live Blog"

CKA: Jan 14, 2007

News and Notes

- Icon Sport will be holding an event February 9th and the headline bout will be a battle between UFC and Pride veteran “Ruthless” Robbie Lawler and Trevor Garret. Also on the card will be Renato Verissimo, Jeremy Williams, and Scott Junk.

- UFC veterans Justin Eilers and Pedro Rizzo will fight March 9th at the American Airline Center. The fight will take place in the new organization dubbed the ‘International Fighters Association’ and it will be televised on HDNet. HDNet previously televised the WEC until it was purchased by the UFC and moved to Versus. The matchmaker will be UFC and Pride veteran Guy Metzger and the ring announcer will be Bruce Buffer. Here is the current card…

Pedro Rizzo vs. Justin Eilers
Carlo Prater vs. Dennis Levensky
Alex Andrade vs. Klas Akesson
Matt Grice vs. Yuki Inoue
Buddy Clinton vs. Kenneth Rosfort
Eric Schambari vs. Christian Smith
Justin Wren vs. Trent Standing
Alonozo Martinez vs. Tom East
Sonny Neilson vs. Travis Bush

- MMAWeekly has Luke Cummo vs. Josh Haynes and Wilson Gouveia vs. Hector Ramirez rumored for the UFC Fight Night 10 card on April 5th. Also rumored to be on the card is Josh Koscheck and Kendall Grove.

- Mitsuhiro Ishida has vacated his Shooto Pacific Rim 154-pound championship title.

- In an article on the TKO homepage, UFC matchmaker confirmed that Mark Hominick and Sam Stout would be back in the UFC in the New Year.

Recommended Reads

The Fight Network: Crecy’s 2006 MMA Honors
Fight Opinion: 5 Good Reasons UFC Will Not Buy PRIDE
Sherdog: Sakakibara on PRIDE: “We Are Here to Stay”
TKO: Sam Stout: Taking on All Comers

Wilson Gouveia Out, Drew McFedries In

It has been announced that Wilson Gouveia has been forced to withdraw from his fight against Alessio Sakara at UFC 65: Bad Intentions due to a rib injury suffered in training. Wilson Gouveia’s replacement will be Drew McFedries

Drew McFedries is a talented striker who sports a mixed martial arts record of 4-1. McFedries only MMA loss came to the hands of UFC veteran Nathan Quarry back in September of 2001.

Sakara and Imes Added to UFC 65

The Ultimate Fighting Championship has announced that UFC veterans Alessio Sakara and Brad Imes will be returning to the octagon November 18th for UFC 65.

Sakara will be stepping into the cage with fellow UFC veteran Wilson Gouveia and Imes will be facing off against Antoni Hardonk.

UFC 62: Post-Fight Coverage

Here are some post-fight video interviews with the fighters from UFC 62: Liddell vs. Sobral.

The following are from Sherdog.com:
Chuck Liddell Post-Fight Video Interview
Hermes Franca Post-Fight Interview
Wilson Gouveia Post-Fight Interview
Nick Diaz Post-Fight Interview

The following are from UFC.tv:
Eric Schafer Post-Fight Interview
Forrest Griffin Post-Fight Interview
Chuck Liddell Post-Fight Interview
David Heath Post-Fight Interview

Three Fights Added to the UFC 62 Undercard

The UFC has announced three fights that will take place on the UFC 62 undercard.

Wilson Gouveia will make his return to the octagon after suffering a decision loss to Keith Jardine. Gouveia will go up against Wes Combs who recently made his UFC debut and lost to Mike Nickels.

Next we will see a welterweight battle between Thiago Alves and Josh Neer. Thiago Alves is coming off of a TKO loss to John Fight and Josh Neer is coming off of a decision loss to the hands of Josh Burkman.

Finally we will see UFC newcomers Cory Walmsley and David Heath will battle it out in the octagon. David Heath is coming into this fight with an undefeated record of 5-0. Cory Walmsley is coming in with a record of 7-1.

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