MMA reporter Susan Cingari takes you inside the training camp of Brad Pickett as he prepares for his fight against Ian McCall at UFC Fight Night 46 in Dublin on July 19, 2014. Brad tells us how he is feeling at his new weight class of 125 pounds and why he made the move down. … Read more
Before Jesse Taylor and David Branch compete for the inaugural middleweight title at WSOF 10 this Saturday, the company’s first champion Georgi Karakhanyan will look to further cement his claim as the best featherweight in the world. Karakhanyan was crowned champ at WSOF 7 back in December with a slick submission victory over top-contender Lance … Read more
If you’ve heard of Brenson Hansen, chances are you’ve also heard of his brother Bryson, and vice-versa. Bryson, the elder of the Hawaiian beat-down bros, is set to make his promotional debut and fight along side his kaikua`ana (brother) this Saturday at WSOF 9: Carl vs Palhares. Bryson takes on Sean Cantor in what he assures … Read more
The ProMMAnow.com Radio Network has grown to four weekly podcasts covering a diverse group of the MMA landscape. Starting this week you can now enjoy a new episode Monday’s through Thursday. The network includes ProWMMA Now!, BluegrassMMA Live, The Kyote Ugly show and the flagship progam Pro MMA Now Radio.
UFC President Dana White gives his take on what went down Saturday night at UFC 169 in Newark with Renan Barao‘s win over Urijah Faber and the controversial TKO stoppage from referee Herb Dean. White also touches on Jose Aldo‘s win and what may be next for him, Alistair Overeem’s so-called “crappy” performance, and “fight … Read more
Anderson Silva’s longtime manager Ed Soares gives some insight into the former champ’s situation following the devastating injury he suffered against Chris Weidman at UFC 168 last month. He believes Silva will make a full recovery and return to the Octagon, but also gives credit where credit is due.
Following a dominant victory over Siyar Bahadurzada at UFC 168, John “Doomsday” Howard continues to climb the rankings since returning to the UFC back in August of 2013. With a career resurgence and an ever-improving skill set, “Doomsday” is highly focused and motivated on marching towards the title in his second campaign with the worlds biggest MMA promotion
It is a new year and we return tonight to kick things off right. Over two hours of interviews, analysis and more sponsored by Bangtown Fightwear. The first month of 2014 is shaping up to be a big one with several promotions putting on shows with great fights. Before we get started on interviews though, Juan and I will go over the current vote count and standing for the 2013 BluegrassMMA Awards.
The World Series of Fighting has been able to accomplish a great deal in the first year of its existence and this meteoric rise to becoming a premiere MMA league has been nothing but astonishing. From landing a broadcast deal for their first event, to gaining huge momentum worldwide and signing some of MMA’s most promising new athletes, the WSOF team has been working hard to build this brand into a promotion that could soon rival the big dogs of this game. While the brilliant minds behind WSOF have achieved consummate growth since the promotions debut in November of 2012, it seems they’re just getting started.
Is the UFC missing someone from the list of ladies signed to The Ulitmate Fighter 20. Maybe Jessica Aguilar? It only seems fitting that the top MMA promotion in the world would sign the top ranked female strawweight in the world. And that may be the only unanswered questions of her career now as she prepares to take reign in the World Series of Fighting.