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Why Kayla Harrison May Not Be The Next Ronda Rousey

When U.S. judo fighter Kayla Harrison won the gold medal at this year’s Olympics there were a number of publications who were quick to suggest that she could be the next Ronda Rousey — a decorated judo competitor who transitioned to mixed martial arts. 31 more words

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2x Olympic Judo Champ Kayla Harrison Signs with WSOF

2x  Olympic Judo Champion Kayla Harrison just made an announcement that is going to make a lot of people very happy. She just inked a fresh new deal with rising MMA promotion World Series of Fighting to take part as a commentator starting in the new year, as well as transition her Judo skills to the cage. 233 more words


Kayla Harrison begins MMA career

Two-time Olympic judo champion Kayla Harrison has joined mixed martial arts promotion World Series of Fighting as a commentator, brand ambassador and potentially a fighter, but she isn’t 100 percent committed to competing and won’t set a first bout for at least one year. 344 more words


USHIRO GOSHI - Technique Video

EDITOR’S NOTE: I have left the below description that accompanied the original video for posterity’s sake. The title of the video has changed from Ura Nage to Ushiro Goshi, as a fellow Judoka has pointed out that the moderation I  made to the finish, i.e. 632 more words


Kayla Harrison provides update on MMA thoughts

Kayla Harrison reiterated that she has offers on the table to sign a mixed martial arts contract, with interest from at least three “big” promotion companies in an interview Monday. 292 more words


Episode #143: Vulgar Clowns, and Martial Arts

Episode #143:  Vulgar Clowns, and Martial Arts

In this episode:

Zero time world champion blue belt John Haskell is in; Beau is expecting a special guest, and has a test coming up; clowns who lure children into the woods, and other pedophilic professions; an article discussing women and martial arts uses a horrendous 128 more words


Olympians Visit Fenway

This week, the Boston Red Sox have welcomed Olympic medalists from the 2016 Rio Games to Fenway Park to be recognized for their victories in competition during several special pre-game ceremonies. 603 more words