UFC Austin is in the books and the main event delivered. In it, Cowboy Cerrone scored a TKO victory over Yancy Medeiros and put him one or two wins from title shot yet again. Check out all of the action from the event.
Derek Brunson is 2-1 in his last three and one of those is a stoppage of former light heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida so it’s only natural for the guy to want another big name on his resume. His desired opponent? Former middleweight champ Michael Bisping. Here’s what he said on Twitter… I gotta go to … Read more
Amer Abdallah of Floyd Mayweather’s YouTube channel interviewed Floyd Mayweather Sr. and when he was asked about Floyd Jr. he confirmed that his son was prepping for a UFC bout. The way I see it, I have to believe that this is where it’s going. The way it looks, I think so…As of now, he’s … Read more
The new Marvel movie Black Panther has been released and it is very well received. There are some very unreasonable liberals and conservatives making a big deal out of a superhero movie. Joe Rogan addressed on his podcast what a lot of Americans are confused by. This is spot on. Check it out.
I haven’t watched a RAW in ages. I was beyond frustrated with the awful gimmicks, story lines, and mishandling of potential stars. Plus, Roman Reigns being shoved down my throat over and over just pushed me over the edge so I shut it off. Now it seems we may be looking at a new age … Read more
Here we go. Reign supreme. It is all over. Tale of the tape. You get the drift here. Ever since he was released from the UFC with zero fanfare Mike Goldberg has been missed. His catch phrases were iconic, cliche but iconic and his voice was unmistakeable. With the recent events seemingly lacking in excitement at the broadcast booth, Goldberg gives his take on the situation. Check it out.
UFC 221 is in the books and despite a title fight that was tarnished by the fighter who missed weight winning it was good overall. The Fight Motion video for the event really shows how brutal some of these fights were and watching Yoel Romero pummel Luke Rockhold in the main event there was no question Luke was going to fall. Check it out.
No one knows what possessed Yoel Romero to walk across the cage and kiss Luke Rockhold after knocking him out at UFC 221 or how officials let him get there in the first place. What we do know is that it was uncomfortable, unnecessary, and just down right bizarre. In this preview for the Thrill and Agony video of the event we get a good look at what was said and how it went down. Check it out.
Malki Kawa told The Luke Thomas Show that his client Yoel Romero may be the greatest middleweight of all time. You can’t be the GOAT if you can’t make weight and unless you have had the UFC belt around your waist there is no chance for that moniker to be yours. Yoel missed weight for … Read more
Rashad Evans is one of the most memorable fighters to step in to the Octagon. He won the second season of TUF and provided a scary highlight reel kick shortly thereafter that obliterated Sean Salmon and will be replayed in the best knockout videos forever. He was the light heavyweight champion for a minute until Lyoto Machida brutally knocked him out. His feud with Rampage may have ended in a lackluster fight but the build up will stay with us. Now, at the end of his career he almost seems sad and so are we. Check out what he had to say about preparing for it on The MMA Hour recently.