Rampage Jackson Unsure about His Future

Rampage Jackson Unsure about His Future There are two things that Quinton Jackson, aka Rampage, can tell you: His latest fight for Bellator was his final one He has lingering contractual obligations to the UFC After that, however, things start getting murky. A Peculiar Contractual Position The expert Light Heavyweight, whom punters who make use … Read more

Featherweight powerhouse Nate Landwehr shines in M1 Global debut (VIDEO)

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. — One of the United States’ best 145-pound pro MMA prospects Nate “The Train” Landwehr (9-2) made the trip to Kazan, Russia over the weekend to debut for the world renowned promotion M-1 Global. Landwehr faced Combat Sambo master Mikhail Korobkov (13-3-1) on the M-1 Challenge 83 main card that was streamed live … Read more

Watch Aaron Pico’s devastating KO win at Bellator 183

Highly touted former wrestler turned cagefighter Aaron Pico defeated Justin Linn via an one-punch knockout at 3:45 of round one at Bellator 183 Saturday night. Pico whose record now stands at (1-1 MMA, 1-1 BMMA), was also competing on his 21st birthday. Pico knocked out formidable opponent Justin Linn (7-4 MMA, 0-1 BMMA) with a … Read more

Watch OSP pull off the ‘Von Preux Choke’ once again at #UFCJapan

Ovince Saint Preux just scored his second Von Flue choke submission finish in a row after putting Yushin Okami to sleep in the first round at UFC Fight Night 117 on Friday. OSP pulled off the same rarely seen move against Marcos Rogério de Lima in Nashville in April and also defeated Nikita Krylov with the Von Flue choke at UFC 171 in March 2014. It’s reported as being the fifth Von Flue choke in UFC history, and OSP has three of them. #VonPreuxChoke

Watch Gokhan Saki merk Henrique da Silva at #UFCJapan

Gokhan Saki just got me excited for the light heavyweight division again. He showed good takedown defense, landed plenty of bombs, and showed heart in his UFC debut performance against Henrique da Silva Friday in Saitama, Japan. Basically a god in kickboxing circles, this was only Saki’s second MMA fight and he was up against a tough Brazilian “Frankenstein” knockout artist. Da Silva deserves credit for taking some of Saki’s best shots, he also tied up Saki a few times and this began to wear on the 33-year-old man known as “The Turkish Tyson”. Saki began to slow and get a little sloppy, but his heart pulled him through after eating a series of clinch knees and elbows from da Silva. Saki rallied with a left hook to close the show.

UFC Fight Night 117 live results

UFC Fight Night 117 takes place Friday at 8:30 p.m. ET/5:30 p.m. PT from Saitama, Japan. Former UFC middleweight title contender Yushin Okami makes his return to the octagon on short notice in a light heavyweight matchup against Ovince Saint Preux in the main event. Women’s strawweight standouts Claudia Gadelha and Jessica Andrade clash in … Read more