The biggest rematch in UFC history is about to go down in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand on July 7 at UFC 148.
Category: "In The Clinch"
In Mixed Martial Arts fighters train with various people. Sometimes those people become teammates. And sometimes those teammates become friends. And then a title gets in the way… [Could you fight your friend? →]
Anderson Silva and Chael Sonnen are the worst of enemies. But without each other, what do they have? [See why they need each other. →]
Nick Diaz attempted to tell his side of the drama that unfolded last week.But the former Strikeforce Welterweight Champion has put forth a complete and utterly ridiculous account of what transpired that day. [What's Nick Diaz's problem? →]
After 15 straight wins, 9 being title defenses, Anderson Silva is still struggling to gain the respect he is deserved. This is a travesty and he should be recognized as the greatest to have ever done it. [Why is he the greatest ever? →]
Fighters retiring. Fighters not retiring. Fighters being retired. Who’s right and who should make the call? [Find out when it's time to walk away. →]
Let me paint a picture for you: Two fighters have fought for the full three rounds to exhaustion. They’re standing in the center of the cage with the referee, waiting for the judges score cards to come in. The cage announcer calls out, “30-27, 29-28, and 29-28 for the winner by Unanimous Decision…Joe Warren!” With […]
Houston, we have a problem… Or rather Nevada, and any other state that currently sanctions Mixed Martial Arts competition. We have a growing problem of ringside judges determining fight outcomes as draws. Normally I would wouldn’t touch this topic because draws were few and far between. But it’s not normal anymore. Draws are being handed […]