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UFC 148 took place last weekend, and HeavyMMA's James Law was there to bring you the action with this exclusive Fight Night Photo Gallery
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson is set to return in what is, in all likelihood, his final UFC contest
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UFC 148 was the last time we will see Tito Ortiz in the Octagon, and the former champion deserves a "Thank You" for an illustrious career (MMASucka.com)
Chael Sonnen's head trainer reportedly looked into filing an appeal with the NSAC, but instead is demanding a rematch (Bleacher Report)
Chael Sonnen tried a spinning back fist against Anderson Silva at UFC 148, but this GIF shows the champion displaying his Matrix-like evasion skills (Cage Potato)
One of Chael Sonnen's coaches has come out with an interesting statement, saying that the middleweight contender may be considering retirement (Lowkick.com)
Georges St. Pierre took to the felt this week for the World Series of Poker Main Event, but the welterweight champion didn't last long (Fightline.com)
Brock Lesnar is still the biggest draw in the history of the UFC, and Dana White explains how that played a major role in signing the WWE superstar (MMAConvert.com)
UFC 148 is in the books, so it's time to take a look at the medical suspensions that have been handed down by the NSAC (5th Round)
Didn't know comedian Jim Norton was an MMA fan? Check out his thoughts on the UFC 148 main event (ProMMANow.com)
Alistair Overeem may have been forced out of his championship bout against Junior dos Santos earlier this year, but he has already won back UFC officials (Fighters.com)
Tito Ortiz looks back on his final UFC fight and the post-fight interview fiasco caused by his opponent, Forrest Griffin (MMANews.com)
People say the numbers never lie, but here are five fighters whose records definitely do not speak for themselves (411mania.com)