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(Five Ounces of Pain) UFC fighter Kenny Florian has competed over four different weight classes, stretching his body to the limit on both ends of the spectrum in the process. Read More
(Boston Herald) The UFC’s network debut on Fox last Saturday drew mixed reviews.
The production value of the hour-long broadcast has been lauded, while some complained that the lone fight wasn’t compelling enough to attract new fans. Junior dos Santos knocked out heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez 1:04 into the first round with a shot to the side of the head. Read More
(MMAMania.com) Hosts Jay Glazer and Kenny Florian discuss the UFC on FOX main event between Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos, which went down on Saturday night (Nov. 12, 2011) from the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. Read More
(Bleacher Report) Perennial contender Kenny Florian has become the biggest logjam in the UFC.
Beginning his UFC career after his season one stint on The Ultimate Fighter, Florian became an early contender to the lightweight title once the organization reinstated the division. Read More
(ESPN.com) Ultimately, we probably shouldn’t be too surprised by Kenny Florian’s confirmation over the weekend that he’s not yet ready to retire from MMA. Read More
(Boston Herald, By Dan Duggan) A number of thoughts have gone through Kenny Florian’s mind in the two weeks since his unanimous-decision loss to featherweight champion Jose Aldo at UFC 136 in Houston. Read More
(MMA Weekly) Kenny Florian has competed for a UFC title three times in his career and was defeated each time. After losing to featherweight champion Jose Aldo at UFC 136 last Saturday, many are questioning, what is next for Florian? Some have even suggested that he should consider retirement. Read More
For Immediate Release: October 10, 2011
Deerfield Beach, Fla – Authentic Sports Management today issued the following statement from Kenny “Ken-Flo” Florian: Read More
(by Chris Duncan, Associated Press) HOUSTON – Jose Aldo defended his 145-pound belt with a unanimous decision over Dover’s Kenny Florian Saturday night in the co-feature event at UFC 136.
The victory was the 13th straight for Aldo (20-1) and denied Florian his first UFC championship. Read More
In this ESPN.com blog, UFC contender Kenny Florian, who challenges champion Jose Aldo for the UFC featherweight championship at UFC 136, discusses his maturation as a fighter and why his confidence is at an all-time high ahead of the biggest challenge of his career. Read More