Latest UFC/MMA news and notes from around the web for the week of September 18, 2011

Photo via ESPN

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 Takanori Gomi and his fight team pictured above, we can all "get along."

Teaming up with MMA sites like MiddleEasy, Cage Potato, Fight Opinion and Five Ounces of Pain, we'll provide an opportunity for all MMA fans to read some fresh and original voices in the sport.

This week, The Fight Nerd reviews MMA Supremacy, Ariel Helwani catches up with Quinton Jackson at his new training facility and 5th Round speaks with UFC heavyweight challenger Junior dos Santos.

The full list of links is after the jump.

- Vito Belfort calls out Chael Sonnen, and gets response  (LowKick)

- Waylon Lowe to make boxing debut (NBC Sports MMA)

- Eight local show KOs you probably haven't seen before (Cage Potato)

- My plea to Jon Jones: Be Ali (Five Ounces of Pain)

- Rampage being Rampage (MMA Fighting)

- Junior dos Santos focusing on standup and jiu-jitsu (5thRound)

- Jason High's obsession with whole foods and shoes (MiddleEasy)

- 'Supremacy MMA' video game review (TheFightNerd)

- Jeff Monson and Pat Miletich duke it out on twitter (Fight Opinion)

- Mayweather-Ortiz payout perspective (MMA Payout)

- MMA's seven best up and coming fighters (

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