Heavyweight contenders Francis Ngannou and Curtis Blaydes square off in Beijing, China on Saturday. In their first go round in 2016 Ngannou came out on top via TKO albeit by doctor stoppage. Since then Blaydes has gone 5-0-1 ending that run with an impressive TKO over Alistair Overeem. Ngannou on the other hand is on a 2 fight skid and looking to reestablish himself in the title picture.
UFC Fight Night 141 also known as UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs Ngannou 2 goes down on November 25, 2018 in Beijing, China. The odds for the main event rematch between heavyweight contenders Curtis Blaydes and Francis Ngannou have changed slightly according to oddsshark.com. The odds makers still have Ngannou as the underdog but his … Read more
Fans have been speculating over the past few years on whether or not Alistair Overeem will hang up the gloves soon. In his last 5 he is 2-3 but despite the two wins being over quality opponents the three brutal knockout losses are usually sign of very bad things just over the horizon. Overeem himself … Read more
Before UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic faces light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier check out Miocic’s crushing KO win over Alistair Overeem back in 2016. Then get hyped for Stipe vs Cormier on July 7th at UFC 226.
UFC 225 takes place in Chicago on Saturday and we are getting a solid card. The return of CM Punk, Romero vs Whittaker 2, and the most electric grudge match of 2018 so far in Rafael Dos Anjos vs Colby Covington. Holly Holm looks to get back on track with a win over Megan Anderson, Alistair Overeem isn’t on the main card, and Rashad heads up the prelims. This card is all over the place and awesome. Open workouts were held and things seem to looking up for the card in terms of fighters being ready. Check out the recap…
Former middleweight champion Michael Bisping may have lost his last two bouts in short order but he hasn’t lost his gift of gab. Listen to The Count discuss UFC 218 and Francis Ngannou’s vicious KO of Alistair Overeem.
Francis Ngannou is the real deal and if you don’t believe us just check out this video of highlights from his crushing victory over Alistair Overeem. Note the head snap, split flying, and collapsing to the mat after Francis connects with bad intentions on Alistair’s chin.
In the world of MMA there is a lot of should that never happens. It’s a big business that requires big fights to stay afloat and sometimes that requires some creative shuffling of contenders. It becomes a should happen vs. will happen scenario and it’s endless. Let’s break down UFC 218 and talk about the … Read more
UFC 218 saw Max Holloway squash a Jose Aldo title reclamation dream and Francis Ngannou proved he was deserving of the hype. Check out the full post fight press conference.
Francis Ngannou iced Alistair Overeem in the first round and proved his hype train was real. Check out what he said in the Octagon after the bout.