Gold Medalist Kayla Harrison: ‘Judo, I love you but I’m breaking up with you’

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Kayla Harrison explains how she had enough of being disrespected by USA Judo and provides a scathing speech to USA Judo and its attendees at a fundraising dinner on the weekend of the National Judo Championships. Kayla Harrison – Olympic & World Champion said, “Judo, I love you but I’m breaking … Read more

Post Olympic Stress Disorder: The Real Game After The Olympic Games Are Over

After the Olympic Games, things can get pretty rough.

I’ve seen athletes battle with bouts of depression, alcoholism, eating disorders and a myriad of issue which can all be directly or strongly correlated to the major emotional let down that occurs after the Olympic Games.

Dr. Rhadi Ferguson Interviews Tony Way After His WSOF 15 Victory

At the World Series of Fighting Event in Tampa, Florida WSOF 15 on the 15th of November, Tony Way of Gracie Tampa West defeated BJJ Black Belt Frederico Moncaio. Dr. Rhadi Ferguson has an opportunity to catch up with Tony Way and his instructor Bamboo Wissman after his fight. Please like & share:

BJ Penn Post-Fight Analysis From A Coaching Perspective

First and foremost, I would like to say that I have all the love, respect and admiration for BJ Penn in the world. And this article is NOT about BJ Penn. This article goes out to every coach and aspiring athlete in combat sports and more specifically, MMA. Every fight, every battle and every contest … Read more

Monday Morning Quaterbacking With Dr. Rhadi Ferguson – Why Bellator 120 Was A Huge Success

Bjorn Rebney and Dr. Rhadi Ferguson

As I’m writing this, I am now 39-years-old and I would like to say that I am happy to report that I can most definitely ride a bicycle. I know, I know. You are absolutely amazed, but before you start showering me with roses and praise, let me tell you — it did not come … Read more

Monday Morning Quarterbacking With Dr. Rhadi Ferguson – UFC 170 edition

Well, UFC 170 is in the books and once again, on Monday we have cornered Dr. Ferguson for a moment to get his take on UFC 170, Ronda Rousey, Sara McMann, Daniel Cormier, Randi Miller, Jessica Eye and so much more.

Monday Morning Quarterbacking With Dr. Rhadi Ferguson: Marijuana, MMA Union, Ronda Rousey, Daniel Cormier, Sara McMann and ObamaCare

It’s Monday, but it’s not morning, but we’re still “quarterbacking” with the good Dr. Rhadi Ferguson. This week I spoke to the Doctor about the Jessica Eye situation, the upcoming Ronda Rousey vs. Sara McMann fight, a mixed martial arts union, and I finally got his prediction for Rousey vs. McMann and Daniel Cormier vs. Rashad Evans. Here we go…

Monday Morning Quarterbacking With Dr. Rhadi Ferguson: Head Gear, Concussions, Super Bowl and Certifications??!?!?

It’s Monday again, how about that? We made it. And here we are back with Dr. Rhadi Ferguson to do some Monday Morning Quarterbacking. Interestingly enough, although we had a UFC event and the Super Bowl this weekend, we didn’t discuss any of that. Instead, well, you will see…

Monday Morning Quarterbacking with Dr. Rhadi Ferguson – January 27th

Ben Henderson, mma rankings, ProMMAnow.com

Once again I was able to catch up with Dr. Ferguson for another Monday Morning Quarterbacking Session and the good doctor has some interesting things to say. We were able to touch on Bendo, MMA research, Jessica Eye, Ronda Rousey, Strongstyle MMA and what he feels about the criticism of people who don’t “finish fights.”

Monday Morning Quarterbacking With Dr. Rhadi Ferguson – January 20th

Jack Bratcher: It seems like wrestling is generally perceived as the best fit for the sport as a foundation.
Dr. Rhadi Ferguson: Yes it does seem that way but it’s a false read that people are getting. What you see in MMA is called a convenient sample. You are looking at a sample of population of people which has a huge North American/United States bias and slant on it. There are more practitioners of martial arts in the world than there are wrestling practitioners. And if you don’t think so, just look at the adult population.