VIDEO: First trailer for Cobra Kai season 2 ‘Two Dojos One Fight’ just dropped

If Karate Kid got you in to martial arts gimme a hell yeah. Channeling our Stone Cold Stipe there. We love this series. By all rights the first season should have been a disaster. Revisiting an older traditional martial arts novelty film in an MMA world isn’t the best formula for success. Amazingly it worked … Read more

‘Super’ Sage Northcutt protected his peers against bullies in school

UFC lightweight standout “Super” Sage Northcutt is only 21-years-old and with an overall record of 9-2, while going 3-2 inside the octagon, the Katy, Texas native seems to be about the nicest and most polite guy ever. The new Team Alpha Male transplant has been practicing¬† martial arts from a very young age but clearly … Read more

Ulysses Gomez interview; confirms opponent for 135-pound title fight Dec. 2 at Tachi Palace caught up with top-10 ranked flyweight Ulysses Gomez over the weekend. Gomez confirmed he will be fighting for the Tachi Palace Fights 135-pound title against Cody Gibson Dec. 2.

Frank Trigg discusses upcoming UFC 109 fight and life after fighting

Frank Trigg has an intriguing fight coming up against Matt Serra at UFC 109 on Feb. 6. The loser of the fight, especially if it’s Trigg, could very well find themselves released from the promotion.

Trigg discusses what motivates him each day to get up and keep training after all these years. He also talks about training with Marc Laimon and the guys at Cobra Kai. He still claims Xtreme Couture as his home, but it is good to see Trigg supplement his training with some fresh instruction. And, we all know how Laimon and Serra don’t get along.

Trigg also talks about how basically he will be jobless after fighting, but there must be MMA gyms all over this country that would pay good money to have Trigg on staff as a coach. If coaching and broadcasting don’t work out, Trigg could always see if Jerry Hall is still looking for a “Kept” man.

If you never saw “Kept”, here are some clips with Trigg from the first episode after the jump…

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TUFF-N-UFF Future Stars of MMA Results

by: Jack Bratcher

On Friday, August 8, 2008, TUFF-N-UFF’s Future Stars of MMA event took place at the Orleans Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.¬† Although not all the fighters were from the Vegas area, local gyms such as Xtreme Couture, X-treme Family Fitness, Nellis Combat and Cobra Kai were represented.¬† They had male and female fighters from as far away as Kentucky on the card.

Here are the results from the TUFF-N-UFF Future Stars of MMA:

Evva Johnson def. Susannah Clayton by TKO Rd.1
Karina Hallinan def. Maria Witt by TKO Rd.3
Christy Tada def. Amber Molinari by KO Rd.2
Chris Brady def. Ike Kaahanui by TKO Rd.2
Kimo Yadao def. Kyle Atkinson by Dec.
Marco Scolari def. Jimmy Jones by Dec.
Odis Alex Ruiz def. AJ Cessario by Dec.
Johnny Lee def. Richard St. Claire by Dec.
Justin Linn def. Tony Martinez by Armbar Rd.2
Levi Parrish def. Luis Mendez by Dec.
Justin Cheeks def. Junny Urbaez by TKO Rd.1
Jeff Restivo def. Joe Gonderm by TKO Rd.3
Javier Torres def. Omar Carter by Submission Rd.2
Eric Bosley def. Chris Engles by Submission Rd.1
Coates Cobb-Adams def. Alan Cisneros by RN-Choke Rd. 1
Weston Duschan def. Darrell Matos by Disqualification (knee-to-head) Rd.1

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