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The Case Against Felice Herrig

Felice Herrig’s comments on the UFC’s lack of promotion at her post fight conference made headlines this week, and while she brought up some good points, it’s important to remember how much wins and losses matter as well as fight activity. 429 more words

REVIEW: Undisputed II - Last Man Standing (2006)

This sequel to a prison boxing film would become an iconic modern martial arts film with would be a trademark role for British martial artist and actor Scott Adkins. 797 more words

American Films

Kevin Lee Is Surging

UFC at Oklahoma came and went during a rough weekend for the UFC, given the Belabor 180 PPV a night prior, but ultimately Kevin Lee still managed to shine bright. 597 more words

The Unenviable Johny Hendricks

The UFC is notoriously ruthless when it comes to matchmaking for ex-champions on the decline, preferring to let up-and-coming prospects put them out to pasture and build their resume. 702 more words


The Case for Frankie Edgar

When discussing who the greatest mixed martial arts fighter of all time is, the names that are usually brought to the table are Anderson Silva, Georges St Pierre, Jon Jones, Fedor Emelianenko, and more recently, Demetrious Johnson.   723 more words

Can "Mystic Mac" beat "Money" Mayweather?

‘Fuck Floyd Mayweather’
– Conor McGregor

‘He has legitimate, scary one punch power, and he’s way bigger… it’s all about whether or not he can hit Mayweather’ – Joe Rogan…

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Will Jon Jones Taste Defeat in The UFC?

Jon Jones is scheduled to return to action in a couple of weeks against bitter rival Daniel Cormier at UFC 214 and while it’s been a long time coming due to his year long suspension after testing positive for clomiphene and letrozole leading up to UFC 200 and although, many are still holding their breaths on Jones making it to the fight without any interruptions or distractions, he is favored to win in the rematch and for good reason. 767 more words