Chris Leben is a fighter. Anyone who knows Leben or has spoken with him like I have has heard the fight in his voice. He has overcome personal demons, come back from the brink of defeat to snatch victory, and persevered where others have withered. His spirits seem to stay high in the face of … Read more
UFC standout and current Bare Knuckle FC competitor Chris Leben has been through the ringer in life. Due to personal demons he had some serious challenges that he himself shared with fans that included a serious addiction. Chris once unashamedly said, “I spent most of money on drugs”. He announced a retirement from MMA in … Read more
The Ultimate Fighter season 1 veteran Chris “The Crippler” Leben made his return to fighting Friday night as he faced fellow MMA veteran Phil Baroni in the main event at World Bare-Knuckle Fighting Federation‘s inaugural event “Rise of Titans” in Casper, Wyo. Leben avoided the clinch game of Baroni and floored him about midway through … Read more
Kendall Grove is stepping in to the Bare Knuckle Fighting arena. He will debut for the Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship at their BKFC 2 event in Biloxi, Mississippi on August 25th. He joins fighters like Bec Rawlings, Phil Baroni, Joey Beltran, and Chris Leben in the transition to bare knuckle brawling. Check out the official … Read more
All-Star Ultimate Fighter Now that the UFC has done their all female edition of the Ultimate Fighter there really isn’t much left for them to do to differently on the show. They could bring in another heavyweight edition. The biggest weight class in the UFC is also the thinnest. But one thing they’ve never done … Read more
Former UFC middleweight Chris “The Crippler” Leben retired early this year after spending nearly a decade fighting inside the Octagon. The Ultimate Fighter season one contestant went on to put together a 12-10 run in the UFC winning six fight night bonuses in the process. Despite 22 fights in pro MMA’s premiere organization and all the bonuses he’d won, Leben posted on Twitter today that the UFC left him “broken with nothing” and he wished he’d been a truck driver instead.
Backstage footage of Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva’s epic rematch is mostly what you will get out of the newest vlog from our friend Dana White. If Matt Serra’s voice and jovial spirit aren’t enough to keep you watching the entire 14 plus minutes, than you should evaluate your love for MMA. We get to see the the stitching of Bobby Voelker’s head as well as a distraught Chris Leben in defeat.
Longtime UFC middleweight scrapper Chris “The Crippler” Leben (22-11) announced his retirement from professional mixed martial arts competition on Monday. On Tuesday “The Crippler” took to Facebook to thank his supporters and let them know that he will still be involved in MMA, coaching and cornering young fighters out of Victory MMA & Fitness in San Diego.
After more than a decade of fighting MMA as a professional, The Ultimate Fighter season 1 veteran Chris Leben (22-11) has announced his retirement. UFC fans may recall Leben quit on his stool between rounds following a brutal first round against Uriah Hall at UFC 168 back in December. The loss marked Leben’s fourth straight defeat.
Dana White joined FOX Sports Live to talk about UFC 168. White talks about a focused Anderson Silva and a confident Chris Weidman. When asked if the first fight was a fluke, White says that Weidman has punching power. When he talks about the fight he talks about his excitement for the whole card he says the only thing that he thinks about is the middleweight title fight.