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Why new UFC Hall of Famer Matt Serra remembers Karo Parisyan fight as fondly as GSP upset

For Matt Serra, that monumental upset of Georges St-Pierre in 2007 gave him his “Rocky” moment, but it’s not necessarily his fondest MMA memory.

On Saturday 43-year-old Serra was announced as the latest member of the… 591 more words


Twitter Mailbag: If a new UFC TV deal comes with a new streaming service to buy, will fans go along?

Another week, another report about a new potential TV deal with the UFC. What’s the ideal number of pay-per-views per year? What issue are we too easily ignoring? 1,863 more words


Daily Debate: Who's next for UFC champ Khabib Nurmagomedov? Is Dustin Poirier a dark horse?

The UFC lightweight division is wide open for new champion Khabib Nurmagomedov, so who gets the first crack at his title?

It’s the question we posed in our Daily Debate feature for MMAjunkie Radio, and the results were pretty lopsided. 378 more words


What can UFC do with Nick Diaz? Here are three different approaches – but one is awful

Rejoice, ye fans of the 209, for Nick Diaz’s exile has come to an end. Stockton’s favorite son has accepted a one-year suspension for no-showing USADA tests, which, given Diaz’s reputation for no-showing just about everything, has to be the least surprising anti-doping violation in history. 887 more words


What next for Khabib?

Khabib Nurmagomedov is the undisputed UFC lightweight champion. It’s taken 26 dominant wins with no defeats in between, but the Dagestani grappling phenom now finally has a belt to identify him as the best 155 pounder on the planet. 801 more words


Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. GSP sounded crazy at first, now seems like (improbable) dream fight

So I’m sitting here on Monday morning, enjoying my coffee while I stare blankly out the window, when suddenly a memory surfaces out of nowhere. 694 more words


Never Surrender (2009)

It seems that using mixed martial arts in films is the new “it” in action films. With films like Never Back Down and the Hong Kong hits… 635 more words