If you wanted to draw a line in the past to separate the modern era of the UFC from its primordial early phase, you could do a lot worse than to plant that barrier on April 9, 2005. 1,407 more words
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MMA is not all it’ cracked up to be. You get injured often (it’s fighting after all) and pay can be pretty low, especially if you’re not a big name. 585 more words
Stream or download Friday’s episode of MMAjunkie Radio with guests Jhenny Andrade, Stephan Bonnar and Kevin Holland.
Andrade, a UFC octagon girl, stopped by the studio to talk about her latest job and help preview some of the matchups at UFC 222. 65 more words
MMAjunkie Radio kicks off today at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) with guests Jhenny Andrade, Stephan Bonnar and Kevin Holland.
UFC octagon girl Andrade joins us in studio to help preview UFC 222. 247 more words
Although the UFC may be a fixture in mainstream society today, it has not always been that way. The Ultimate Fighting Championship is the biggest MMA promotion in the world today, but 13 years ago, the UFC was still very much a niche product with a niche audience. 379 more words
If you were an MMA fan in January 2005, chances are you remember where you were when the first season of “The Ultimate Fighter” premiered. 1,220 more words