As a martial artist, I study and practice skills with the potential to cause grievous harm. I train in all aspects of unarmed self-defense, as well as with knife and cane.* As a mystic, I look at my hands, my knife and my cane — all possessed of violent possibility — and I feel very differently about them than I do about my pistols. 447 more words
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Friday, February 6th (Some would say that’s today, but time is a flat squared-circle), GLORY Kickboxing presents GLORY 19 from Hamilton, Virginia. The main event is a heavyweight clash, the rubber match between Rico Verhoeven and Errol Zimmerman. 74 more words
Nick Diaz has apparently put in all the work to make sure he has the best chance possible of defeating Anderson Silva at UFC 183. 885 more words
It looks like Joe Schilling will have a busy year, as he expects to fight in both kickboxing and MMA.
The middleweight fighter already has a contractual agreement in place with Bellator MMA, but he also recently signed a new deal with GLORY that will bring him back to the kickboxing ring. 239 more words
Here is a link to my Q & A interview with Joe Schilling. He is scheduled to compete at tomorrow night’s Glory 12 event.
Joe Schilling reflects on title win, looks toward Wayne Barrett fight
With another action-packed year of MMA in the books, MMAjunkie takes a look at the best knockouts from January to December. Here are the final seven nominees, listed in chronological order, and winner of MMAjunkie’s “Knockout of the Year” award for 2014. 1,038 more words
Arguably the biggest grudge match Bellator MMA has ever had is done, but not forgotten.
Go behind the scenes of Bellator 131 to see how Tito Ortiz reacted to his win over Stephan Bonnar. 142 more words