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USA Drawn Into Group of Death For 2014 World Cup

Well that didn't go well, but this might be an opportunity for the USA to prove that it's not just the best team in CONCACAF, but it's one of the up and coming teams in the World.

Ramires' goal Brazil v Australia (Friendly)

Our midfield engine, was back in the Brazil squad last night and marked his return by scoring Brazil's 4th goal and grabbing an assist as the Samba Kings marched to a 6–0 victory.

Hope we can help Willian get into the Brazil squad in the future.

Ramires returns to Seleção

Seems like Felipão only wanted to give Ramires some sort of "message". Glad to see him back with Oscar and DL!

Jerry-Gate Update: Striker Finishing Revs Contract

Jerry Bengtson continues to be a mystery to us all. But an interview we haphazardly translated by the magical Google provides some clues as to what his future may hold in New England and elsewhere.

UFC will NOT be in Brazil on November 15th

Contrary to previous reports, the UFC will not be holding a November 15th holiday event in Brazil.

Report: UFC returning to Brazil on Nov. 15th

The UFC is reportedly making a return to Brazil on Friday, November 15th, one day before UFC 167: GSP vs. Hendricks.

Jerry-Gate Update: Bengtson Speaks Up

Bengtson confesses to having a bust-up with Honduran National Team coach Luis Suarez and leaving the team to return to the Revolution. Here's some details we found on Dietz.hn, a Honduran site, that gives us Jerry's perspective on the confrontation.

Brazilian Protests

I know this is off-topic, but we tend to talk a lot about Brazil here and this is very important to us. If you want to understand what is happening in Brazil, watch the video above.

International: Morales scores, Delgado leads

Chivas USA players Julio Morales and Marky Delgado have been on international duty for youth teams of Mexico and the United States, respectively. We go over their latest exploits while with their national teams.

Rafael Dos Anjos: I want to be the 1st ever Braziliann UFC Lightweight Champion

UFC Lightweight Contender Rafael Dos Anjos talks about his upcoming bout May 18th in Brazil against Evan Dunham. Dos Anjos talks about having been in the United States for a full year, after moving from Brazil; he feels that the training in the states has been a big benefit to him. Dos Anjos feels that the training is worse than the fight, as he trains with the best fighters in the world everyday at Kings MMA, Black House MMA and Churchboyz Wrestling Team.. Dos Anjos trains as hard as he can everyday in training, so the fight will not be hard for him. Having already won Submission of the night and Fight of the night awards inside of the octagon, Rafael now is determined to win the knockout of the night bonus in his next fight vs Dunham. In the history of the UFC, there has never been a Brazilian lightweight champion; which has become the goal for Dos Anjos. Rafael Dos Anjos looks to take one step closer to title contention on May 18th against Evan Dunham.

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