UFC 164’s Jared Hamman: California Living, Colorado Fighting

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After a year outside the cage due to a number of injuries, including an internal staph infection, bad hamstring, and elbow bursitis, UFC 164 is a chance for Jared Hamman to get back to his winning ways. A loss would mean Hamman’s third in a row and likely his walking papers from the UFC. But a win over Magnus Cedenblad will be a step in the right direction for the fighter who has had to supplement his income in the past year by coaching and teaching young fighters.

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Passing Stones With Mitrione

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UFC heavyweight Matt Mitrione has taken his share of hits in the cage, but the worst KO he’s experienced didn’t come from anyone’s fists. It was from kidney stones—jagged shards of calcium passing through his ureter. Painful? We’ll let Matt put it into his own words.

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On the Road With the National Wrestling Hall of Fame

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A $6-million fundraising campaign is underway to restore and re-energize The National Wrestling Hall of Fame. The campaign is set to conclude in 2014, with plans for a total renovation of the current HOF in Stillwater, OK, a revamping of the Dan Gable Museum in Waterloo, IA, and the purchase and operation of the organization’s first mobile museum.

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Oatmeal With Brian Stann

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Brian Stann was a picture of inward dedication. It immediately stood out. There was a quiet dignity to him that showed over a stovetop on a cold morning in January 2008. It wasn’t that he was just an All-American (because he wasn’t in the lesser way we’ve defined it), it was that he was a true All-American when nobody was looking.

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