Tags » Women's MMA

Ilima-Lei Macfarlane is Ready for Bellator Title Bout

Note: This is a column I wrote for Champions

It looks as if Bellator MMA has its first women’s flyweight champion – or at least the first fighter who could compete in the promotion’s inaugural women’s 125-pound title bout. 105 more words


Invicta FC 23: Tiffany van Soest has opportunity to capture first MMA win

Tiffany van Soest has accomplished a lot in her combat sports career, but she has yet to capture her first professional mixed martial arts victory. That could all change on May 20 at Invicta FC 23. 64 more words


Writers Choice's: UFC Fight Night Johnson vs Reis

After all the excitement of last weekend’s UFC 210 in Buffalo, New York, we get to do it all again, as the UFC returns to our screens on Saturday night, for UFC Fight Night in Kansas City. 388 more words


Bellator MMA: Amanda Bell has opportunity to break through division

Note: This was a story I wrote for Creators.co

#BellatorMMA’s women’s featherweight division bolstered its ranks after singing journeywoman Amanda “The Lady Killer” Bell to a contract. 41 more words


3 "Don't Miss" Fights for UFC 210

UFC 210 will air live from Buffalo, New York on Saturday, April 8th and while this card may not have the same name recognition as other upcoming events, there are certainly some fights with the potential for fireworks.   1,304 more words


Cris Justino vacating Invicta title is a good move

While Invicta Fighting Championships fans watched the promotion’s finest compete at Invicta FC 22, one of the organization’s titleholders has bowed out so to speak. 185 more words


Mackenzie Dern has the potential to be a star

Note: This is a column I wrote for Blasting News.

There’s been a lot of buzz in the media about #MMA prospect #Mackenzie Dern. Dern, a highly decorated Brazilian jiu jitsu practitioner who transitioned to MMA in 2016, has been touted as the next “Ronda Rousey.” She’s currently 3-0 in her MMA career with wins over Kenia Rosas, Montana Stout and most recently, Katherine Roy, who she defeated at LFA 6 on March 10. 161 more words