Floyd Mayweather talks Conor McGregor rumor, then reacts to losing $50K on a bet

When you got Money Mayweather money dropping $50,000 on the Miami Dolphins is like the average guy stopping at 7-11 to buy a $1 scratch off lottery ticket. It’s not that big a deal. … Floyd Mayweather Jr., currently retired from boxing, says he may come back for a boxer vs. MMA fighter match against UFC featherweight … Read more

MMA Tonight with guest Josh Gross: Rampage’s UFC exodus, Couture to Spike, PEDs in MMA

The MMA Tonight crew returned this week to talk all things mixed martial arts with ESPN reporter and veteran MMA journalist Josh Gross. Josh and the guys talked about Rampage Jackson’s UFC exodus and what the future holds for him, UFC President Dana White’s reaction to Randy Couture signing with Spike TV, the growth potential for Bellator moving forward and much more.

Inside the Cage Radio: UFC 148 preview with Josh Gross

On today’s episode of Inside the Cage Radio, host Greg DeLong welcomed veteran MMA journalist Josh Gross to help break down Saturday’s UFC 148 card headlined by UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva putting his title on the line once again in a rematch against everybody’s favorite trash-talker, Chael P. Sonnen.

Inside the Cage Radio with guest Josh Gross: Strikeforce, Jon Jones DWI, Nick Diaz suspension

ESPN MMA journalist Josh Gross joined host Greg DeLong on Inside the Cage Radio Tuesday. Josh shared his thoughts on the Gilbert Melendez vs. Josh Thomson scoring, Barnett vs. Cormier and the future of Strikeforce. Josh also weighed in on Jon Jones’ DWI charge, Chael Sonnen’s Therapeutic Use Exemption and Nick Diaz’s suspension by the NSAC.

Inside MMA with Kevin Casey & Dominick Cruz (5-21-10) *VIDEO*

WEC Bantamweight Champ Dominick Cruz, Strikeforce Middleweight Kevin Casey, and Sports Illustrated writer Josh Gross join Bas and Kenny on this week’s edition of Inside MMA. Ron Kruck takes a look at the recent Strikeforce show in St. Louis, and MMA news from the past week is covered. Please like & share:

Why Lyoto Machida is so special

Yoshizo Machida laid the foundation

Following UFC 98 this past Saturday night, UFC President Dana White said, “This could be the Lyoto Machida era;” meaning the newly-crowned light heavyweight champion may hold the title for a considerable amount of time.

We here at PRO MMA (promma.info) were touting the praises of Machida’s style a year ago. This was after he dominated Tito Ortiz and so-called “experts” had the nerve to compare Machida’s style of fighting to Kalib Starnes running from Nate Quarry.

For the most part it seems as though his way of fighting has been misunderstood by a large portion of MMA fans because he does not simply stand in front of opponents like a “Bonnar vs. Griffin 1” and slug it out to see who is left on on their feet. Machida’s fighting strategy is practically the diametrical opposite of someone like Wanderlei Silva.

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