Lewiston, Maine (March 22, 2013) — Just minutes after the conclusion of its co-promotion with Bellator in Lewiston, New England Fights! (NEF) executives officially announced its next event scheduled for May 18, 2013 at the Androscoggin Bank Colisee. In the main event of that card, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) veteran and Bangor, Maine native, Marcus … Read more
WESTSIDE MMA SHOOTS FOR V3 GOLD ON APRIL 6 On April 6, at Minglewood Hall in Memphis, TN, Westside MMA (www.westsidemma.com) will be well represented during the latter part of the evening when three of their fighters will be vying for titles. Kenny Smith (4-0) will start it off when he challenges champion, Dekaire Sanders, … Read more
CAGE WARRIORS 57 will take place at Liverpool’s Echo Arena on Saturday, July 20, 2013. The iconic venue will play host to CWFC’s fifth UK/Ireland show of the year, which will be the organisation’s first visit to the Merseyside city since 2006. Tickets for Cage Warriors 57 will go on sale tomorrow, with fight card details to be … Read more
The MMA Tonight crew from 102.5 FM The Game is back this week to talk all things mixed martial arts. The guys start off by discussing transgender MMA fighter Fallon Fox and recent controversial comments made by UFC color commentator Joe Rogan about her. In addition, the guys talk about Georges St-Pierre’s UFC 158 performance and win over Nick Diaz and the “Organized Chaos” event taking place April 6 in Franklin, Tenn.
This is the first episode of Pro UKMMA Now Radio hosted by Jay Cee. The show was formerly named “The MMA Review Radio Show”, but that has now changed and the show will have a new name going forward. Don’t worry, the shows format will remain exactly the same, all that will change is the name. This show features an interview with British fighter Danny Missin, who will take on Ian Postlethwaite this weekend in the main event at Lockdown 3, which takes place at the Bowlers Exhibition Centre, Trafford Park, Manchester, England, on March 16.
The UFC 159: Jones vs. Sonnen card was set to go, but the injury bug has appeared once again as featherweight Jimy Hettes has been forced to withdraw from his scheduled bout with Steven Siler. It’s the second time Hettes has withdrawn from a fight with Siler, who apparently has suffered injuries to his knee according to his Facebook page.