Demian Maia will attempt to finally capture UFC gold when he takes on Tyron Woodley this Saturday for the welterweight championship at UFC 214. During a recent workout posted on July 27th he talked about the upcoming Mayweather vs. McGregor bout in August and he actually gives Conor a chance against Floyd. Check it out.
Oh Bovada, you and your betting odds are always entertaining and often lucrative for some adventurous betters. UFC 214 takes place on Saturday night in Anaheim, California with the main events looking like they could be explosive. Jon Jones tries to regain his light heavyweight title from Daniel Cormier, Tyron Woodley tries to defend his … Read more
There was some skepticism over the quality of UFC 214. But it is starting to look like those worries were exaggerated. Though, just because some of the matches on the card look impressive doesn’t mean they will deliver. But there is no reason to nurture a pessimistic attitude just yet, not when there are so … Read more
Clarksville, Tennessee’s Nate “The Train” Landwehr has signed a multi-fight contract with Russian mixed martial arts organization M-1 Global. The former 3FC 145-pound champ and current No. 1 ranked featherweight in Tennessee is known for his aggressive fighting style and finishing power and looks to take that same winning formula into the M-1 ring. “It’s … Read more
The most intriguing bout in fight sport history is barely one month away. But while it has generated the attention that it desired, many are still convinced that it is going to be a mismatch. No Ring Experience Mike Tyson, Oscar De La Hoya, Bernard Hopkins, Canelo Alvarez, Gennady Golovkin and Manny Pacquiao are among … Read more
As the betting odds tighten on the upcoming Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor boxing match, it’s important to keep a level head as the UFC champion tries to go toe-to-toe with boxing’s undisputed king. Does he really stand a legitimate chance? Sure, anything can happen and he could land that one in a thousand shot that hurts Floyd, but the odds are not remotely close as the promotional hype machine would have you believe. If you are one who is starting to think McGregor could actually get it done against Floyd, here’s a few reminders of why it’s just probably not going to happen.
The UFC 214 pre-fight presser took place Wednesday in Anaheim, Calif. Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier continued their trash talk as expected. “You look like a crackhead in a suit,” Jones said. “I might look like a crackhead, but I’ve never been one,” Cormier replied. And so on, and so on. Tyron Woodley and Demian Maia, as well as Cris Cyborg and Tonya Evinger were also on hand to field questions for their title fights as well.
The 6-foot 4-inch Jon “Bones” Jones dwarfed light heavyweight champ Daniel Cormier at today’s faceoffs following the UFC 214 press conference in Anaheim. Not only is he several inches taller, he makes Cormier look more like a middleweight and they are still cutting weight! Cormier is officially listed as 5-foot 11-inches, but that may be … Read more
During the recent UFC 214 conference call, former light heavyweight world champion Jon Jones expressed his pleasure with his current social status. After years of Daniel Cormier blasting him on social media it seems to have a lessened impact for Jones. Jon has been in trouble with the law quite a bit for a high … Read more
Betting odds are weird sometimes and often they are just downright insane. Conor McGregor, who has never boxed before professionally, is taking on the best boxer on the planet right now in Floyd Mayweather Jr. The fight itself is a spectacle and no one sane is picking Conor to win. Now… Here’s what’s baffling about … Read more