Watch Wanderlei train ahead of Rampage rematch

Wanderlei Silva will be facing off against familiar foe Rampage Jackson at Bellator 206 for the fourth time. Wand leads the series 2-1 but he is also 4-8 in his last 12 while Rampage Jackson is an admirable 7-5. The last time this pair met it ended with Wanderlei counting the lights in the third minute of round 1 and Jackson giving his trademark howl. Will it be different this time? Odds are that the favorite is going to be Rampage given how far Wand has fallen off the hype train. Check out Wand’s preparation…

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Khabib wants to be a dream smashing machine

Former featherweight and lightweight champion Conor McGregor returns at UFC 229 to face current lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. Khabib is one of the most respected fighters on the UFC card right now and the hype surrounding Conor’s return make this a perfect storm to do blockbuster numbers on pay per view. The rivalry is a strong one with neither of them wanting to back down an inch on social media or in the press so factor in the bad blood when calculating buy rates. In the newest hype video for the bout Khabib flat out says he wants to ‘smash’ McGregor. Check it out…

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Netflix Iron Fist 2 trailer officially drops

If it’s got martial arts in it we will probably watch it. Netflix’s Iron Fist season 1 was pretty lackluster, but the titular character shined in Luke Cage season 2. In this trailer for the second season of Marvel’s martial arts master it appears they have worked harder on his character and focused more on a cohesive, engaging story. Check it out…

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Tyson Fury claims he will never fight Anthony Joshua

Tyson Fury takes on Francesco Pianeta on August 18th in Belfast, Ireland and the press appearances have ramped up ahead of the bout. SecondsOut asked him about another money fight for him in fellow undefeated boxer Anthony Joshua. Tyson made it clear he has zero intention of fighting Joshua. Check it out…

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VIDEO: De La Hoya says it makes him sick how little MMA fighters are paid

Boxing great turned MMA promoter Oscar De La Hoya has been vocal and confident about his ability to challenge and even surpass the UFC. One of the topics he often brings up are the pay days for MMA fighters and the fighters are listening closely. Boxers can net millions for under card fights and they aren’t necessarily limited to dismal sponsorship packages…Reebok…we’re talking to you. So if he can do the same for MMA programming and events we are all for it. De La Hoya says it makes him sick that they are paid so little. Check out what he said on Fight Hub TV…

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Faber picks McGregor over Khabib

Urijah Faber is an accomplished and respected UFC veteran. TMZ Sports, who seem to stalk everyone, caught up with him to ask his opinions on the October 6th showdown between Conor McGregor and current lightweight champ Khabib Nurmagomedov. Surprisingly he doesn’t feel like most that Khabib is going to put the beating to McGregor. Check it out…

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Mick Foley lobbying Vince McMahon to sign Cyborg

With the success of Ronda Rousey in the WWE it is not surprising that people in the industry are looking to build on MMA fighters with similar fame. Mick Foley recently told TMZ Sports that he has been pushing for the WWE brass to sign Cris Cyborg to the organization. Would it work? Who knows. Still, here’s what Foley told TMZ…

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