“The Lunatik” ultra-talented train wreck

Junie Browning is nicknamed “The Lunatik” for good reason. This ultra-talented fighter is like a train wreck that you just can’t stop watching. When asked if one of his opponents, Jose Aguilar, has a chance to beat him, Junie responded, “He has a better chance of getting me pregnant.”

Browning then proceeded to pummel Aguilar and win by TKO when Jose failed to answer the bell for the second round. I was hooked from that moment on. I just can’t take my eyes off this guy, for fear I might miss something.

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Dana White UFC 96 video blog #2

PRO MMA (promma.info) has posted every single Dana White video blog since he first started this tradition. If you have not watched many of these, they have become a real fan favorite and you get to see a different side to the business you would normally never see. In this UFC 96 video blog #2 … Read more

PRO MMA exclusive interview with UFC newcomer Mike Ciesnolevicz

IFL veteran and UFC newcomer, Mike Ciesnolevicz took his most recent fight, which was at UFC 95 against Neil Grove, on about two weeks notice. Mike C. submitted Grove with a heel hook in just 1:03 of the first round. He was giving up six inches in height and about thirty pounds in weight to … Read more

Mac Danzig vs. Joe Stevenson: loser leaves town

It is customary for winners of ‘The Ultimate Fighter’ to be awarded a six figure contract with the UFC and the security of knowing they are now in with the most successful organization in MMA. This is the feeling that veterans Joe Stevenson (29-10 MMA, 6-4 UFC) and Mac Danzig (18-6-1 MMA, 2-2 UFC) both have had the opportunity to experience. Both have been in the game a long time and dedicated their lives to get to the top.

Now both fighters find themselves in a rather uncomfortable situation of being on two fight losing streaks with their security in the UFC possibly in jeopardy. Sources close to the fighters’ camps have informed PRO MMA (promma.info) that there is a strong likelihood Stevenson and Danzig will meet in the Octagon later in the year, possibly this summer.

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UFC 96 Ramapge & Jardine interviews

UFC 96: JACKSON vs JARDINE is this weekend. It’s hard to believe it is that time already. Stay tuned to PRO MMA (promma.info) all week as we bring you UFC 96 coverage leading up to Saturday, March 7. We’ll start the week off here with a couple of interviews from the two main event fighters, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and Keith “The Dean of Mean” Jardine.

Keith Jardine interview

Quinton Jackson interview after the jump…

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Couture vs. Nogueira agree to meet at UFC 101

Randy “The Natural” Couture and Antonio “Minotauro” Nogueira both verbally agreed to face off at UFC 101. The two former UFC heavyweight champions will step into the Octagon at a yet to be announced date in August.

Couture (16-9) and Noguiera (31-5-1) found themselves on the losing side of the UFC’s pseudo heavyweight tournament in their last bouts, with both men losing their titles to Brock Lesnar and Frank Mir respectively.

A win would most certainly catapult the victor back into title contention; however, the loser could face many questions surrounding their status within the division as well as retirement.

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Josh Koscheck talks UFC 95 & getting back in the cage

It is hard to believe Josh Koscheck (12-4,10-4 UFC) has been in the UFC for four whole years, but he has. His first fight in the organization was against Chris Sanford in April ’05 at the original Ultimate Fighter Finale. In fact all but two of Koscheck’s professional fights have been in the UFC.

The only names he had lost to were names everyone is familiar with, big names, Fickett, St. Pierre, Alves. Koscheck has been in there with the toughest guys in the world, so when he was matched up with the unknown Paulo Thiago (11-0) at UFC 95, who was making his UFC debut, Koscheck was none too worried.

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MMA LIVE episode 42

Kenny Florian, Franklin McNeil, and Jon Anik are back with MMA LIVE episode 42 this week with ‘From U.K. to Corpus’ as they recap the action from UFC 95 in London and take a preview look at WEC 39 taking place in Corpus Christi, TX this weekend. Please like & share:

Anthony “Rumble” Johnson: Climbing the welterweight ladder one fighter at a time – PRO MMA exclusive interview

Anthony “Rumble” Johnson (7-2, 4-2 UFC) isn’t worried about a title shot. He doesn’t care if he faces Mike Swick next, or Dan Hardy, although he wouldn’t mind Hardy coming to America on his turf for a face off. “Rumble” isn’t concerned if he needs one, two, or three more wins to get a shot at the UFC Welterweight Crown.

What he does concentrate and focus on is his next opponent. Once the call is received and he knows who the lucky guy is, then Anthony knows it’s time to take that next step up the ladder towards his goal of being the best 170 pound fighter on the planet.

Johnson is a great wrestler and a collegiate national champion, but it has been his highlight reel knockouts that have been his signature in the UFC. Every time he steps into the Octagon, fans are getting to see even more versatile striking from the 6’2″ Welterweight, as showcased with his sick head kick KO of Kevin Burns in their rematch.

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