Rogan and Schaub discuss Pacquiao, Toney, Mayweather and steroids

USADA has popped many fighters in the UFC with their random drug testing yet they still can’t seem to catch everyone, every time. Boxing is no different and top level athletes competing in multiple weight classes – without losing power – are potential banned substance abuse red flags for expert viewers. Brendan Schaub and Joe Rogan discussed boxers like Mayweather, Pacquiao, and James Toney along with steroid speculations on the JRE podcast.

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Laila Ali mistakenly believes she would beat Ronda Rousey

Laila Ali hasn’t fought professionally in eight years. Now 37, the daughter of the great Muhammad Ali achieved great success in boxing herself, retiring with a perfect 24-0 record with 21 knockouts and collecting multiple titles. She fought primarily at super middleweight (168 lbs.) and is 5’10” tall. TMZ recently caught up with Ms. Ali to … Read more

Interview: ‘Sugar’ Shane Mosley on his appreciation for the ‘art’ of MMA and upcoming bout with Paulie Malignaggi *VIDEO*

ProMMAnow.com caught up with boxing icon “Sugar” Shane Mosley at Bellator 85 this past week in Irvine, Calif. Mosley talked about some of the fights he was impressed with on the card and his familiarity with mixed martial arts. Mosley discussed his appreciation for the various disciplines of mixed martial arts, and although he said he has tried grappling, we probably shouldn’t expect the 41-year-old three-division world champ to start following UFC President Dana White around the country and stalking him at press conferences asking for a shot in the UFC like our old friend James Toney did.

Ken Shamrock fires back at MMA media; discusses special rules against James Toney

Ken Shamrock fires back at the MMA media and “pen pushers” who say he should retire. He also discusses his upcoming special rules MMA bout against James “Lights Out” Toney.

Dana White: Jon Jones vs. Ryan Bader might not happen (updated)

UFC President Dana White on Oct. 15 indicated that an anticipated light heavyweight matchup between Jon Jones (11-1) and Ryan Bader (12-0) might not happen after all.