Thiago Alves talked to Tatame.com about his changed diet. “I’ve lost much weight, and that was essential for my preparation. I’m motivated again, I now do my entire work. Before that, about four before the fight I had to lose some weight and I didn’t know how to do it, I really was amateur on [...]
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MMA Quick Hits 2/28/11: Michael Bisping’s illegal knee was intentional, Vitor Belfort vs. Michael Bisping
In a statement released by Jorge Rivera’s management, Rivera’s camp discussed the illegal knee delivered by Michael Bisping in their bout at UFC 127 on Saturday, as well as Bisping’s post-fight remarks and actions. “Michael Bisping’s conduct in the Octagon at UFC 127 was unconscionable, unprofessional, and smacks of a man with no morals or [...]
Yes sir yes sir! I told you guys I’d rebound, and that’s exactly what I did. After going a sub-par 5-6 at the Fight for the Troops 2 event, I went 7-4 at UFC 126, which brings me to 19-14. Thank you, thank you, and you’re welcome. I’m sure that brought you a nice chunk [...]
1. Kenny Florian injured: Kenny Florian has been forced out of his main event fight against Evan Dunham at UFC: Fight For The Troops 2. Florian issued a statement on his website: “It is with deep regret that I will not be able to compete in my scheduled fight against Evan Dunham on January 22nd, [...]
Ouch! That hurt. Not as much as the bat Condit used to cave in Hardy’s face, but it hurt. Not a good showing from me this week. But, to be fair, had it not been for a -1 point deduction and a Hail Mary submission, I would’ve been 6-4. Instead, I went 4-6. Not good. [...]
Well, it’s that time again. The UFC is putting on a show, and I’m here to deliver the goods. This event is like a Super Fight Night card, which is probably why it’s free and overseas. Yes, I know the “overseas” has a lot to do with it being free here in the U.S., but [...]
1. Michael Bisping talks UFC 120 bout: in a video blog for UFC 120, Michael Bisping talks about his opponent for UFC 120, Yoshihiro Akiyama. “You can have all the preparation and conditioning and everything in the world, but what sets you apart is your skill level. And I truly believe that in this fight, [...]
If Michael Jordan was in LeBron’s shoes this offseason, what would he have done? I think most already assumed he wouldn’t have called up free agent superstars to join forces so he could beat the dreaded Pistons. Well, on Sunday, the man himself was asked by ESPN exactly what he would have done.