“I want to say thank you to Ronda for changing my life forever.” Those were the words of undefeated female MMA fighter Marina Shafir following her 59-second victory over Danielle Mack at Tuff-N-Uff’s “Mayhem in Mesquite II” Saturday night. Like Ronda Rousey, Shafir also comes from a judo background and guess how she finished the fight — you guessed it — via armbar — just like the signature move of her BFF. Shafir trains alongside Rousey at Glendale Fighting Club under the tutelage of coach Edmond Tarverdyan.
Becomes the Official Beverage Partner for the first India-based Mixed Martial Arts property New Delhi, March 25, 2013: Where there is action, there is Mountain Dew. Known for its bold, daring, fearless persona, Mountain Dew has joined hands with Super Fight League, the first India-based Mixed Martial Arts property founded by Raj Kundra. The association … Read more
If you have been around the mixed martial arts world for any length of time then you are no doubt familiar with the exploits of one Cecil Peoples. Maybe you’re one of the fighters who got robbed of a decision thanks to his subjective scoring criteria. Or maybe you’re one of the fighters who took a few too many extra punches while Sensei was busy daydreaming instead of refereeing. Or maybe you’re one of the fans who Master Peoples told “go to hell” after the Machida vs. Shogun fight for having the nerve to question his judging. If you are someone who fits into one of those categories, then you will likely enjoy this video even more than me.
MEZ SPORTS PANDEMONIUM VIII took place Saturday night at Fairplex So Cal in Pomona, Calif. The pro MMA/boxing hybrid event was headlined with Men’s flyweight MMA title bout that saw a previously undefeated Steve Swanson of Jackson’s MMA get submitted in the third round by Kana Hyatt of Antonio McKee’s Body Shop.
MEZ Sports PANDEMONIUM VIII brings LIVE professional mixed martial arts (MMA) and boxing action to ProMMAnow.com (www.prommanow.com) this evening with a LIVE and FREE video stream starting at 7:30 p.m. PT/10:30 p.m. ET.! Cub Swanson’s brother, Steve Swanson, undefeated at 9-0, faces hard-hitting Hawaiian Kana Hyatt in the main event.
We already showed you part 1 of the World Series of Fighting (WSOF) 2’s preview show focusing on the main event between Andrei Arlovski and Anthony Johnson. Now take a look at part 2 which focuses on the WSOF 2 bantamweight co-main event between Tyson Nam (12-4) of Portland, Ore. who will be taking on two-time national Muay Thai champion and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu brown belt Marlon Moraes (9-4) of Jupiter, Fla. via Nova Briburgo, Brazil.