Nick Diaz was on Inside MMA this week to talk about his return to the Octagon against former longtime middleweight champ Anderson Silva taking place at UFC 183 on Jan. 31 in Vegas. Diaz talked about bringing in rangy Glory middleweight kickboxing champ Artem Levin to mimic Anderson’s style and why it took him so long to return to … Read more
Joe Rogan, UFC color commentator and host of The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast, had MMA manager Ryan Parsons on his show last week and the two, among other things, talked about the toughness and grit of one Michael Bisping — who just happens to have a fight coming up against Luke Rockhold on Nov. 8th … Read more
Whether you are a betting person or not, it’s always fun to look at the gambling odds on cards with big names such as the case with UFC Fight Night 52 taking place Saturday in Japan. Hands of steel and chins of granite power couple Mark Hunt and Roy Nelson will try and beat the … Read more
According to the betting lines, there are two mismatches on this card. That’s not how I feel about it. I think there’s one mismatch and I’m about to tell you what it is… you probably already know. How presumptuous of me. The UFC 175 co-main event between Ronda Rousey and Alexis Davis is a mismatch; … Read more
Oddsmakers aren’t giving No. 13 ranked middleweight Tim Boetsch much of a chance against No. 5 ranked Luke Rockhold on tonight’s UFC 172 card. Boetsch (17-6) is coming off a split decision win over CB Dollaway, but had dropped back-to-back bouts against Mark Munoz and Costas Philippou prior to that. The 33-year-old Barbarian does hold … Read more
UFC Fight Night 36 takes place Saturday, Feb. 15, in Jaragua do Sul, Brazil. Headlining the card is a middleweight match-up between Gegard Mousasi and Lyoto Machida. In the co-main event, Jacare Souza takes on Francis Carmont. The ProMMAnow.com crew gives their thoughts and predictions for each of the main card bouts. Take a look at our picks then sound off with yours in the comments section.
It’s the biggest UFC event of the year and the UFC 162 main card is stacked full of talent from Anderson Silva vs. Chris Weidman in the headliner to Dennis Siver vs. Cub Swanson in the PPV opener. It’s a middleweight showcase as Tim Boetsch faces Mark Munoz and Tim Kennedy faces Roger Gracie. Also, Frankie Edgar fights his first non-title bout since 2009 in a featherweight tilt versus Charles Oliveira. The ProMMAnow.com staff weighs in with their thoughts and predictions on each bout.
The UFC’s “Fight for the Troops 2” event takes place this Saturday, Jan. 22, at the Fort Hood Army base in Killeen, Texas and airs live on Spike TV. The Pro MMA Now staff shares our thoughts and predictions on each fight.