Angela Magana breaks internet with new video clip

TUF 20 vet Angela Magana is at it again. Our Internet was down for about an hour on Friday and now we know why. “Your Majesty” posted this new video to Instagram showing why she has to be fitted with tailored gis and it must have shut down the interwebs. Magana stated: #proof why #yourmajesty can’t … Read more

Interview: Cindy Dandois wants to fight Cris Cyborg and doesn’t care what she tested positive for

Belgian fighter Cindy Dandois holds a decorated mixed martial arts record of 8-2 with wins over the likes of UFC vet Jessamyn Duke, Bellator MMA top contender Marloes Coenen, current Invicta FC interim featherweight champion Megan Anderson, and Muay Thai standout Jorina Baars, who holds a win over Cris Cyborg in kickboxing. Despite this many MMA … Read more

CES 41’s Sarah Click: ‘This Will Be A Very Entertaining Fight’

Before Sarah “Switch Kick” Click returns to action for the third time as a professional versus Maria Rivera at CES MMA 41 on Friday in Lincoln, R.I., the hard-hitting strawweight prospect sat down with Pro MMA Now. If someone told you when you were growing up that you’d someday be fighting for a living, would … Read more

In conversation with Invicta FC flyweight Christine Ferea

Muay Thai standout Christine Ferea made her long awaited professional MMA debut on Invicta FC 21 against fellow flyweight Rachael Ostovich. Ferea didn’t only live up to the hype around her, she moved beyond it as she knocked out Ostovich in the 3rd round by a series of punches. “Misfit” took some time to answer a few questions about … Read more

Catching up with Invicta FC flyweight champ Jennifer Maia

Chute Boxe Academy’s Jennifer Maia is on a five-fight winning streak and the current Invicta FC flyweight champion. She holds a record of 14-4-1 and with victories over the likes of current UFC contender Jessica Andrade, The Ultimate Fighter 18 contender Roxanne Modafferi, MMA legend Vanessa Porto and longtime standout Zoila Frausto, Maia has established herself as … Read more

Invicta FC 21’s Celine Haga: ‘Waiting for my opponent to wake up so she could get her hand raised was very painful to watch’

JacksonWink MMA fighter Celine Haga made her Invicta FC debut last week in the strawweight division at Invicta FC 21 in Kansas City. The match ended with quite a bit of controversy as Haga choked her opponent Amy Montenegro unconscious at the end of the final round as the bell sounded but the ref didn’t realize she was … Read more

Latoya Walker eyeing new UFC women’s featherweight division

Latoya “Black Mamba” Walker is one of the most popular and talented female featherweight fighters today. The 37-year-old Austin, Texas native holds a record of 5-1 with her most notable victory coming against former TUF 18 contender Peggy Morgan in April 2015. Latoya was last in action in May of last year when she battled Charmaine Tweet at Invicta FC 17 … Read more

Laila Ali on Rousey loss: ‘You can’t train somebody’s chin to take a punch’

Laila Ali said it was sad to see Ronda Rousey‘s fall from grace and how the fans turned on her, but it was because they bought into the hype and it was a big letdown for them. Laila feels Rousey’s chin got exposed against Amanda Nunes, she really can’t take a punch, and if she comes … Read more

Rousey releases statement after TKO loss to Nunes at UFC 207

Ronda Rousey‘s comeback after more than a year layoff didn’t go her way Friday night against women’s bantamweight champ Amanda Nunes in the UFC 207 main event. The 28-year-old Brazilian’s striking proved too much for the Olympic judoka to handle and just 48-seconds after the opening bell sounded the fight was stopped. Leading up to … Read more

Dana White weighs in on Cyborg’s potential USADA violation

You heard about Cris Cyborg turning down a few recent fights offered to her as the promotion is geared to finally open up a featherweight division for the women. It didn’t make sense to him at the time, but UFC President Dana White says now he thinks he understands why she turned down those fights. … Read more