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The UFC might finally be headlining shows in New York. A big push to get the sport of MMA legalized in the state of New York is in effect. UFC boss Dana White is so confident that the ban on MMA will be overturned, that he’s put Madison Square Garden on hold for a night in November.

Daniel “Real Deal” Geale tells the Daily Telegraph why Anthony Mundine hasn’t got a chance against him. Check out his success story. |more|

Speaking of Down Under, longtime Australian boxing trainer Peter Blake has passed away.  |more|

Heavyweight boxing legend Jack Johnson is back in the news. Well-known documentarian Ken Burns is at work producing and directing a mini-series about Johnson.

Quincy, MA lightweight Ryan Kielczewski, who fights this Saturday in Albany, N.Y., is the subject of a big piece in his hometown paper. |more|  Another hometown paper, the Duluth News Tribune, has a piece about local hometown pros Andy Kolle, R. J. Laase and Winston Anderson. |more| In Bakersfield, California, the sports pages are all about Michael Dallas, Jr., who takes on Lucas Matthysse on the Showtime card from Vegas. |more|

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