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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


Invicta: Picks up Three Potential Stars to Bolster its Roster

Note: This is a column I wrote for DiMoro Sports.

As the days wind down to Invicta FC 22, which features the rematch between the promotion’s bantamweight champion Tonya Evinger and challenger Yana Kunitskaya, the organization brought in some new talent to bolster its roster. 33 more words


Marloes Coenen rides off into the sunset

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

Bellator 174 saw Julia Budd take a big step in her career after she won the promotion’s women’s featherweight title. 56 more words


Women’s MMA: Royce Gracie shows he’s simply behind the times

Gracie tells Joe Buck he wouldn’t want to “get home and get beat up.” Studio audience laughs. MMA fans don’t.

Source: Women’s MMA: Royce Gracie shows he’s simply behind the times – Bloody Elbow

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UFC 208: Women's 145 division can prosper if given a chance

Note: This is a column I wrote for DiMoroSports.com.

The UFC caught a lot of flack after it announced the Feb. 11 bout between former women’s bantamweight champion Holly Holm and kickboxing star Germaine de Randamie that determine the promotion’s first women’s featherweight champion. 317 more words


UFC's Women's Bantamweight Title Picture

The battle for supremacy in the UFC’s women’s bantamweight title picture is closer than it’s ever been and two competitors could potentially etch their names in the history books following this Saturday night’s battle. 535 more words