You are here: Home » Tag Archives: Mixed Martial-Arts (page 70)

Tag Archives: Mixed Martial-Arts

Feed Subscription

Mamed Khalidov vs. Melvin Manhoef headline KSW 23

KSW23 logo

Poland's premiere mixed martial arts organization returns with KSW 23 on June 8 at Ergo Arena in Gdańsk/Sopot. The card which will broadcast on Pay-Per-View is headlined with a middleweight bout between Poland's own Mamed Khalidov (26-4-2) taking on dangerous kick boxer Melvin Manhoef (27-10-1, 1 NC) of Holland. Read More »

Shah Bobonis Blog: Women and Fighting

pro MMA fighter Shah Bobonis

I don’t even know where to start because the older I get the less I find myself wanting to share my life with women, unless it’s a weekend at a time. It’s been a while since my last relationship and fighting was probably the major force behind my last two break ups. Read More »

ONE FC 9: Rise to Power card finalized for May 31 in Manila

ONE FC

ONE Fighting Championship™ (ONE FC), presented by Casino Filipino and in association with Universal Reality Combat Championship (URCC), announced three undercard bouts for ONE FC: RISE TO POWER. Up and coming Lowen Tynanes will battle the seasoned Felipe Enomoto while MMA veteran Tim Sylvia is back in action against Tony Johnson and fan favorite Ryan Diaz will take on Russian ace Yusup Saadulaev. All the action takes place live on 31 May from the MOA Arena in Manila, Philippines. Read More »

Connecticut close to legalizing MMA bill

C

Lorenzo Fertitta, The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Chairman & CEO, applauded the Connecticut General Assembly’s House of Representatives for passing HB-5277 today by an overwhelming 117-26 vote. The bill would legalize mixed martial arts (MMA) and add Connecticut to the list of 48 states where MMA is currently legal. He said MMA fans must now turn their attention to the Senate and urge the leadership to allow a vote on the bill. Read More »

Video: What it takes to be a UFC commentator

Mike Goldberg - Joe Rogan

UFC commentators Mike Goldberg and Joe Rogan are a large part of the UFC Pay-Per-View experience. With their combined knowledge and chemistry they often make what they do seem easy. They are generally perceived as the best in the business and that's why they have been calling the biggest fights in the world's premiere MMA organization for many years. What UFC fans normally don't get to see is all the preparation and behind-the-scenes work that is required of Goldy and Rogan leading up to the fights. Read More »

UFC inks three-year TV deal with BT Sport

BT and UFC

The Ultimate Fighting Championship announced today that they have just signed a broadcast agreement with BT for its UK and Ireland television rights. Originally produced UFC programming will be shown on the new BT Sport channels, which are due to be launched very soon. Read More »

Ovince Saint Preux: The anatomy of a UFC debut

Ovince Saint Preux

ProMMAnow.com talks with Ovince Saint Preux following his win at UFC 159 to get his take on how the fight played out, his nerves going in, those first time "UFC jitters" and generally just how it felt to finally step inside that special cage that every MMA fighter dreams about, the UFC Octagon. Read More »

Does having a beard make you a better MMA fighter?

MMA Beards

We take a look at whether or not having a beard helps to make you a better MMA fighter. Some of you may be reading this thinking “no way, having a beard has absolutely no bearing on your ability as a fighter” and some of you may be thinking “Hmm, I wonder if having a beard does help in any way?”. Read More »

Erik Paulson sees dead people

Erik Paulson

In addition to being one of the most knowledgeable and truly well-rounded martial arts instructors in the world today, Erik Paulson has another very unique quality about him. He sees dead people. That's right, ghosts. Read More »

Scroll To Top