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Today in MMA History: TRT gets banned after years of controversy

For a few years it seemed like it was everywhere, a legalized doping scourge whose synthetic tendrils plunged deeper into the sport with every passing month. 1,908 more words


TODAY [October 11 1997] in MMA History: The Creation of Pride Fighitng Championship (FC)

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The opening music for Pride FC. Citation -Twitter: @MMAHistotyToday

In Pride Fc’s first ever main event the legend Rickson Gracie faced the most famous Japenese Pro Wrestler at the time Nobuhiko Takada. 573 more words


NASCAR's 2017 finale includes 4-bout Bellator card with guests 'Hendo' and 'Rampage'

NASCAR’s 2017 season finale will be accompanied by some Bellator fights.

The Monster Energy Bellator MMA Fight Series will host its fourth and final event of the year on Nov. 178 more words


Fans invited to this week's Bellator 183 weigh-ins, Fan Fest (and chance for a sick dinner prize)

Bellator’s return to its home base in San Jose, Calif., goes down this week, and fans can get up close and personal with some MMA superstars. 330 more words


Ultimate Fighting Championship (What's In A Name?)

In 2002 the World Wrestling Federation (A.K.A WWF) lost the court case, and the ensuing appeals to the cute pandas and had to re-invent itself. 727 more words
Saturday Night's Alright For Fighting!

Michael Bisping Calls Robert Whittaker a Poser With Interim Title

Michael Bisping wasted little time talking trash to his future opponent.

Bisping, who is the reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight title holder, is in for a unification bout. 194 more words

MMA News

Fans invited to this week's Bellator NYC weigh-ins, Q&A, fan fest in New York City

Bellator’s long-awaited return to pay-per-view takes place this week, and fans can get up close and personal with some MMA legends.

Fans are invited to the weigh-ins for Bellator NYC, as well as a Q&A session with four MMA legends and a fan fest on Friday in New York City. 298 more words