Latest UFC/MMA news and notes from around the web for the week of August 6, 2011

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Welcome, Maniacs, to the weekly series where we help you catch up on some of the original reporting done by other sites in the vast MMA landscape. Like Rashad Evans and Tito Ortiz pictured above, we can all "get along."

Teaming up with MMA sites like Low Kick, NBC Sports, Fight Opinion and MMA Payout, we'll provide an opportunity for all MMA fans to read some fresh and original voices in the sport.

This week, The Fight Nerd catches up with Gary Shaw, Five Ounces of Pain speaks with Pat Healy and Bleacher Report relives one of the greatest comebacks in MMA history.

The full list of links is after the jump.

- Interview with UFC on Versus 5 fighter Jared Hamman  (LowKick)

- Diego Sanchez teaches the running knee (NBC Sports MMA)

- MMA hall of shame (Cage Potato)

- Exclusive interview with Strikeforce Challengers fighter Pat Healy (Five Ounces of Pain)

- Jens Pulver still trying to leave MMA with no regrets (MMA Fighting)

- Dan Hardy feeling the pressure (5thRound)

- A nasty look at Dennis Hallman's elbow (MiddleEasy)

- Strikeforce Challengers weigh in video (MMA Convert)

- Gary Shaw calls new ProElite 'a joke' and discusses Kimbo Slice's boxing debut (TheFightNerd)

- Text of Golden Glory's press release about UFC business relations and Alistair Overeem (Fight Opinion)

- GSP featured in special Under Armor ad campaign (MMA Payout)

- MMA knockout of the day: Scott Smith's comeback over Pete Sell (

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