WATCH: Amanda Nunes behind the scenes video for ESPN’s Body Issue

Amanda Nunes is going to be featured in the ESPN Magazine body issue which has featured other prominent female MMA athletes in the past. Ronda Rousey, Miesha Tate, and Gina Carano have all appeared in the popular publication. ESPN posted a behind the scenes video featuring the UFC women’s featherweight/bantamweight champion. Check it out. Please … Read more

UFC 239: Jones vs Santos

UFC 239 is now fast approaching and is taking place on July 6th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. This is taking place on International fight week and this card is a hugely exciting one for fight fans. Punters will be busy using the latest promos for Genting casino to support their favourite … Read more

Looks like we’re getting Askren vs Masvidal this year

Ben Askren wanted no part of a second bout with Robbie Lawler. After Ben was almost murdered in his bout with Lawler at UFC 235 and pretty much gifted a submission win we all assumed they would run it back out of fairness. Wrong. Dana White himself said several times that it was most likely … Read more

Amanda Nunes milking a cow is the most awesomely random thing you’ll watch all day

UFC women’s bantamweight and featherweight champ Amanda Nunes has done some amazing things in her UFC career including her shocking and brutal knockout of former featherweight queen, Cris Cyborg at UFC 232. Since her historic win she has been active on social media posting videos ranging from training to simply trying to pull up a … Read more

Holly Holm picks weight for her next title shot, breaks down Nunes

Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion and featherweight contender Holly Holm faces Aspen Ladd at UFC 235. With a win over Ladd it would put her once again at the front of the line for a title shot. Amanda Nunes holds both the bantamweight and featherweight titles so the question is which weight would she choose. … Read more

The estimated net worth of every UFC champion

MMA fighters make a lot more money than they did when the sport started. $500 to main event a card was a rare find back in the fledgling days. I remember attending my first, and possibly the very first licensed MMA event in Kentucky. It was mostly amateurs but at the time the promoters didn’t … Read more