UFC 129: St-Pierre vs. Shields took place on April 30, 2011 in Toronto, Canada. The event broke the previous record and set a new one for the largest attendance in North American MMA history with over 55,000 inside Rogers Stadium. The card was headlined by two title fights: World Welterweight Championship: Georges St-Pierre vs. Jake Shields and World Featherweight Championship: Jose Aldo vs. Mark Hominick.
Strikeforce: Lawler vs. Shields was a mixed martial arts event held by the MMA organization Strikeforce. It was held in St. Louis, Missouri on June 6, 2009. The event drew an estimated 275,000 viewers on Showtime.
UFC Fight Night: Shields vs. Ellenberger (also known as UFC Fight Night 25) was a mixed martial arts event held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship on September 17, 2011 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The event was headlined by a welterweight bout between Demian Maia and Jake Shields, with the main card broadcast on Fox Sports 1. Rony Jason was expected to face Jeremy Stephens at this event. However, Jason and Stephens both pulled out due to injuries and the bout was rescheduled for UFC Fight Night 32. Rodrigo Damm was expected to face Hacran Dias at the event. However, the bout was scrapped just days prior to the event after Damm was sidelined due to a kidney stone attack. Thiago Silva came in 2 lbs over the 206 lbs weight limit and therefore Matt Hamill received 25% of Silva's purse. Their bout took place at a catchweight of 208 lbs.
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Men in top hats swimming in an obstacle race.
World Series of Fighting's return to Canadian soil just became more of a must-see event as the organization is excited to announce the entire fight card for the live NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) televised event at the EXPO Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on Saturday, Oct. 11, including the inaugural World Series of Fighting heavyweight championship bout and co-main event between fast-rising stars Smealinho "The Prince" Rama (8-1) of Calgary, Alberta Canada and Derrick "Caveman" Mehmen (18-5) of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. In the highly-anticipated main event, superstars Jake Shields (29-7-1) of San Francisco, Calif. and Ryan "The Real Deal" Ford (22-4) of Edmonton will square off in a welterweight (170 pounds) matchup.
World Series of Fighting 22: Palhares vs. Shields was a mixed martial arts event held August 1, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. This event aired on NBCSN in the U.S and on Fight Network in Canada.
Brian Foster (22-7) vs.Jake Shields (31-7-1); Joe Condon (12-7) vs. Johnny Nunez (5-1); Krasimir Mladenov (12-0) vs. Brenden Kornberger (5-1); Bryson Hansen (8-2) vs. Rudy Morales (2-2); Adam Cella (6-3) vs. Danny Davis Jr. (11-8-1).
The Shields Stories was a Canadian television drama series, which aired on W in 2004. A short-run dramatic anthology series produced by Shaftesbury Films, the series dramatized six short stories by Carol Shields. The series was a sequel of sorts to Shaftesbury's prior The Atwood Stories, which dramatized six short stories by another Canadian writer, Margaret Atwood.
Evans, Novak, Hunt & Shields was an interview/political discussion show on CNN for approximately 20 years hosted by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak. The weekly program featured four rotating panelists, including Evans, Novak, Al Hunt and Mark Shields. Originally, the program was called Evans and Novak. After Evans retired, he stopped appearing on the show regularly and was largely replaced by liberal columnists Shields and Hunt, who alternated weekly in co-hosting with Novak, who appeared every week. The addition of Shields and Hunt resulted in the change in title. Evans still appeared occasionally, however, until his 2001 death.