Bellator 141 went down Friday night in Temecula and PMN correspondent Joey Krebs a.k.a. The Phantom Street Artist was on scene to capture the action with an artistic eye that only comes from the guy who created the legendary Rage Against The Machine “The Battle of Los Angeles” album cover art. Please like & share:
So can you spot the difference in the Swiss media’s version and the American version? This is awesome really. There is an actual investigation into naked selfies that a Swiss Parliament worker has been taking. Check out the caption on the Swiss site, das sexy Selfie. Yup. We’ve got MMA news too for those who … Read more
Over 100 celebrities are blushing as their private and often nude pictures have been published online. Jennifer Lawrence is firing back and is pissed! We thought about posting these pictures but there are so many of them! That and a rep for Lawrence has already threatened prosecution. This was a statement released by Lawrence’s team. … Read more
Christy Mack is on the road to recovery following the brutal assault she suffered at the hands of War Machine.It was a wild week or so after the attack went down as police searched for War Machine and Mack detailed the assault. The story grabbed headlines on websites and news outlets around the country with … Read more
Saturday night longtime ProMMAnow.com friend, documentarian and photographer Jacob Klensin attended World Series of Fighting 5 (WSOF 5) at Revel in Atlantic City, N.J. The event saw former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski take home a hard fought unanimous decision over the heavy-handed Mike Kyle in the night’s headliner. Also, Dave Branch secured a unanimous decision over Danillo Villefort, Derrick Mehman knocked out Rolles Gracie, Jr. in round two, and Georgi Karakhanyan submitted Waylon Lowe in the opening frame. Now take a look at Jacob’s handiwork as he was cage side snapping these shots for your viewing pleasure…
It all goes down Friday night inside the Grady Cole Center in Charlotte, North Carolina for “XFC 22: Crossing the Line”. Tonight though 21 of the 22 fighters made weight with one lone fighter coming up just short. It appears D’Juan Owens (6-4) was 1.2lbs over the limit, weighing in at 147.2 in his featherweight bout against Nate “The Train” Landwehr (2-0). The fight is still a go though.
ProMMAnow.com (prommanow.com) was cageside snapping photos at “UFC on FX 1: Guillard vs. Miller” Friday night at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn.