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UFC 170: Rousey vs. McMann extended video preview


It's Olympic judo bronze medalist vs. Olympic wrestling silver medalist as UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey takes on Sara McMann in the UFC 170 main event Saturday night in Las Vegas. Also, No. 4 ranked heavyweight Daniel Cormier makes his light heavyweight debut against short-notice replacement Patrick Cummins. Cormier was originally supposed to fight Rashad Evans but a last minute injury forced "Suga" to withdraw, and instead of scrapping the fight altogether, the UFC found a relatively unknown opponent Cormier has a history with. Read More »

Ronda Rousey vs. Sara McMann UFC 170 video preview


It's Olympic medalist vs. Olympic medalist this weekend at UFC 170 as UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey puts her title on the line against undefeated Sara McMann in the main event. Can McMann's wrestling and grappling stop the takedowns of Rousey and prevent the inevitable armbar that she has defeated all her previous opponents with? If so, then who has the better stand-up game? It's an interesting match-up that will be settled this Saturday. Take a look at this video preview... Read More »

Between Rounds: Olympic goals

MMA cutman David Maldonado

I am very grateful to have been recently associated with multiple organizations trying to create criteria and standardization for a future goal of having MMA as an Olympic sport. It is obviously an exciting opportunity for me and of course for the future fighters that can participate. Read More »

Monday Morning Quarterbacking With Dr. Rhadi Ferguson – January 20th

Jessica Aguilar-interview

Jack Bratcher: It seems like wrestling is generally perceived as the best fit for the sport as a foundation. Dr. Rhadi Ferguson: Yes it does seem that way but it’s a false read that people are getting. What you see in MMA is called a convenient sample. You are looking at a sample of population of people which has a huge North American/United States bias and slant on it. There are more practitioners of martial arts in the world than there are wrestling practitioners. And if you don’t think so, just look at the adult population. Read More »

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