Diego Sanchez cashes in despite controversy

The decision win for Diego Sanchez busted open a can of worms over the New Mexico State Athletic Commission following his win over Ross Pearson last Saturday. There were allegations that no fighter from New Mexico had to submit to a drug test which has been debunked. ┬áThe decision is being appealed but it doesn’t … Read more

Judging ain’t easy; a look at the WEC 50 Cruz vs. Benavidez decision

There is often controversy when close fights go the distance, but did the level of dismay over the split decision ruling, which favored WEC bantamweight champ Dominick Cruz, go a little overboard?

HDNet’s “Inside MMA” to delve into controversy

As "El Guapo" always says, "godspeed and party on."

Episode’s panel to shine light on recent contested fights and controversial calls, Friday, December 4 at 9:00 p.m. ET

DALLAS (December 4, 2009) Tonight on HDNet’s “Inside MMA” Bas Rutten and Kenny Rice are joined by controversial referee Steve Mazzagatti who responds to UFC President Dana White’s recent remarks on him including, “This [expletive] guy shouldn’t even be watching MMA on TV, let alone refereeing it. I think he’s the worst ref in the history of any fight business.” [We at ProMMA.info talked to Steve about the same thing here.]

WEC Interim Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson discusses his upcoming fight against Jamie Varner to unify the WEC Lightweight belt and undefeated UFC lightweight Efrain Escudero talks about winning The Ultimate Fighter 8 and his next fight against Evan Dunham.

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PROMMA.INFO Exclusive Interview – Josh Rosenthal

“Fast Eddie” Constantine caught up with MMA Referee Josh Rosenthal at the 2009 US Open. Rosenthal was at the first ever US Open and is an avid Jiu Jitsu artist. Josh gave his two cents on the criticism of referees, the overall state of judging, and how he got his start in refereeing. Please like … Read more