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Would Ronda Rousey Fight A Man? Here Are Five She Could Take On.

I didn’t say it, Dana White did. He proposed — although mockingly — that should his star women’s MMA champ Ronda Rousey blaze her way through Cat Zingano this weekend the same way she’s beaten her previous opponents, he would have to start… 525 more words


TJ Dillashaw vs. Renan Barao II Headlines UFC 186; Plus Rampage Returns

The Ultimate Fighting Championship on Saturday revealed a large portion of the line-up, including the headliner, for its April 25 card in Montreal.

UFC 186 features the bantamweight rematch between TJ Dillashaw and the man he took the belt from, Rena Barao. 281 more words


GTKO 15- GTKO 2015 MMA Awards

Having only got into MMA halfway through the year I could not give many awards fairly as I do not have a full knowledge of 2014‘s fights. 557 more words


Video: Miesha Tate, Nate Diaz, others discuss flaws of UFC-Reebok deal

Now that they’ve had a few weeks to digest the news, what do fighters make of the new UFC-Reebok deal? One notable recently discussed an obvious flaw of the system. 267 more words


Video: Dominick Cruz discusses theory that UFC champ T.J. Dillashaw emulates his style

UFC bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw thought maybe he’d have a fight against a former champ.

If that wasn’t going to happen, maybe he’d have one against a top-contending Brazilian. 249 more words


Twitter Mailbag: Hard times for Dominick Cruz

Much like your local garbageman, this week’s Twitter Mailbag comes to you a day late on account of the Christmas holiday. In this edition we’ll look at the sad saga of Dominick Cruz, our favorite stories (and writers) of 2014, and pick our poison between a “Cro Cop” head kick and a Lyoto Machida body shot. 1,584 more words


With Cruz and Assuncao Injured, Who Should Get TJ Dillashaw Next?

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, Dominick Cruz is injured. In a really sad piece of news, Dom, who sat out from October 1, 2011 through September 27, 2014, just announced that he’s hurt again. 317 more words