Compilation of Rogan’s commentating in the Khabib bout that was ‘biased’

Khabib Nurmagomedov is the lightweight champion but it didn’t stop people from complaining. His team and some of his hardcore fans accused Joe Rogan of “biased” commentary in his match with Al Iquinta at UFC 223 but Rogan stands by his comments. Pointing out flaws in someone’s game is not bias it is an opinion but that won’t stop some fans or fighters from lashing out if they have something negative said about them. Listen to his commentary and you tell us – is it biased?

Tech Tuesday: Was ‘Fable Anniversary’ worth the wait?

Fable Anniversary includes the original game, as well as The Lost Chapters expansion that released a year later. Fable casts the player as a hero in a fantasy world, though the term “hero” doesn’t necessarily mean you’re noble; heroes in the Fable universe try to build renown through good or bad deeds. Using a combination of magic, swordplay, and archery, you complete quests and build a reputation. Your persona might be built upon benevolent acts, like defending those in need.

Film Study – Cole Konrad vs. Tyler Perry (Wrestling)

This past weekend Cole Konrad moved to 2-0 in MMA by knocking out Joel Wyatt in only 2:33 into round 1 at Matrix Fights 1. After the victory news broke that the former two-time NCAA champion had signed with Bellator Fighting Championships. A lot of people may not be familiar with Konrad’s wrestling past, so … Read more

“UFC Fight Night 20” live results and play-by-play commentary

FAIRFAX, Va. – “UFC Fight Night 20” takes place at the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Va. tonight and the main card will air live on Spike TV. Headlining the card is a lightweight match between Gray Maynard (8-0, 6-0-1 UFC) and Nate Diaz (11-4, 6-2 UFC). The two first fought each other on season five of The Ultimate Fighter back in 2007.

They squared off in the second semi-final match to see which one would face Manny Gamburyan in the finals. Diaz ended up submitting Maynard via guillotine choke in the second round, and then won in the finals against Gamburyan to become the season five champion and winner of a six-figure contract with the UFC.

If Maynard can win impressively over Diaz tonight, he is right there in the mix for a lightweight title shot with B.J. Penn. Diaz wants to stop Maynard’s winning streak, force the UFC brass to take note, and move himself into the title hunt. ( will be documenting the fights tonight via live results and round-by-round commentary – won’t you join us? We would love to read your comments.


•Nick Catone def. Jesse Forbes by split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28) Rd 3
•Gerald Harris def. John Salter by TKO (Gn’P) Rd 3 (3:24)
•Rafael dos Anjos def. Kyle Bradley by unanimous decision (30-27,30-27,30-27) Rd 3
•Rory MacDonald def. Michael Guymon by submission (armbar) Rd 1 (4:27)
•Thiago Tavares vs. Nik Lentz ruled majority draw (28-28,28-28,29-27) Rd 3
•Rick Story def. Jesse Lennox by majority decision (30-27,30-27,28-29) Rd 3
•Chris Leben def. Jay Silva via unanimous decision (30-27,30-27,30-27) Rd 3
•Amir Sadollah def. Brad Blackburn by unanimous decision (30-27,30-27,30-27) Rd 3
•Aaron Simpson def. Tom Lawlor by split decision (29-28,28-29,29-28) Rd 3
•Evan Dunham def. Efrain Escudero by submission (armbar) Rd 3 (1:59)
•Gray Maynard def. Nate Diaz by split decision (28-29,30-27,29-28) Rd 3

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“UFC 108: Evans vs. Silva” results and play-by-play commentary

LAS VEGAS – “UFC 108: Evans vs. Silva” takes place tonight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. The main event features a light heavyweight bout between Rashad Evans and Thiago Silva. Both fighters have one loss on their record, and it is to the same person, champion Lyoto Machida. Evans and Silva will be battling it out to see who can get their redemption shot at Machida first. ( will be providing live play-by-play commentary of UFC 108 beginning tonight at 9pm ET/6pm PT. Also, immediately following the event, we will be providing a live video stream of the UFC 108 post-fight press conference.

Quick Results

•Rashad Evans def. Thiago Silva by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) Rd 3
•Paul Daley def. Dustin Hazelett by knockout (punches) Rd 1 (2:24)
•Sam Stout def. Joe Lauzon by unanimous decision 30-26, 30-27, 30-27) Rd 3
•Jim Miller def. Duane Ludwig by submission (armbar) Rd 1 (2:31)
•Junior dos Santos def. Gilbert Yvel by TKO (punches) Rd 1 (2:07)
•Martin Kampmann def. Jacob Volkmann by submission (guillotine choke) Rd 1 (4:03)
•Cole Miller def. Dan Lauzon by submission (kimura from reverse triangle) Rd 1 (3:05)
•Mark Munoz def. Ryan Jensen by submission (strikes) Rd 1 (2:30)
•Jake Ellenberger def. Mike Pyle via TKO (punches) Rd 2 (0:22)
•Rafaello Oliveira def. John Gunderson by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) Rd 3

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Muhammed Lawal victory brings out mo’ haters

Photo by: Esther Lin/Strikeforce - King Mo knocks out his fifth opponent.

Scarcely has there ever been a fighter so young in the sport take so much criticism as Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal. Whether it be his outspoken personality, his confidence (some say arrogance), or his flashy style, for some reason, the former NCAA national collegiate wrestling champion has an uncanny ability to polarize people.

Mo has consistently faced and beaten whoever the promotions have put in front of him without complaint. It seems people forget that fighters are not matchmakers. If certain critics had their way Mo would have fought Gegard Mousasi in his second or third fight.

Now think about that just for a second… even if the matchmakers wanted to make that fight, do you think Mousasi or his manager, at this stage of his career, would want him facing some new guy with only three fights? Sure it could make Mo a star overnight if he won, but it would ruin Mousasi if he lost.

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“Strikeforce: Evolution” results and play-by-play commentary

SAN JOSE – This is it folks! Tonight’s the night for “Strikeforce: Evolution.” It is the promotion’s final card for 2009, and on paper at least, it may be their best of the year. The only down side is we’re only getting four fights on the televised main card since they couldn’t find an opponent for Robbie Lawler.’s Matt De La Rosa will be sitting ring side in the HP Pavilion, ready to bring you all the play-by-play commentary (and tweeting) you have come to expect from Google’s number one professional mixed martial arts website. The preliminary bouts begin at 7pm CT/5pm PT and the main card airs live on Showtime beginning at 9pm CT/7pm PT.

Quick Results:

  • Alex Crispim def. A.J. Fonseca by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Justin Wilcox def. Daisuke Nakamura by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
  • Antwain Britt def. Scott Lighty by TKO (doctor stoppage) Rd 1 (5:00)
  • Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal def. Mike Whitehead by KO (punches) Rd 1 (3:08)
  • Ronald “Jacare” Souza def. Matt Lindland by submission (arm triangle) Rd 1 (4:18)
  • Gilbert Melendez def. Josh Thomson by unanimous decision (49-47, 49-46, 49-46) Rd 5
  • Scott Smith def. Cung Le by KO (punches) Rd 3 (3:25)

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UFC 106 results & play-by-play commentary

UFC 106: ORTIZ VS. GRIFFIN 2 takes place tonight, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2009, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nev. The main event features a rematch between the original Ultimate Fighter Forrest Griffin and “The Huntington Beach Bad Boy” Tito Ortiz. The two first fought back in 2006 at UFC 59, and Ortiz squeaked out a controversial split decision win. With both fighters coming into the fight on the tail end of a couple of losses, look for these two veterans to leave it all inside the Octagon tonight.

Other fights on this card include: Anthony Johnson taking on Josh Koscheck in a welterweight match that will certainly have future title shot ramifications, Phil Baroni returns to the UFC against Amir Sadollah, and Antonio Rogerio Nogueira makes his Octagon debut against dangerous light heavyweight Luiz Cane. will begin posting live results for UFC 106 Saturday night, Nov. 21, at approximately 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. Live play-by-play commentary will begin right here coinciding with the Spike TV broadcast of two preliminary card bouts at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT, and continue on with the main card which airs on pay-per-view beginning at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT.


•Forrest Griffin def. Tito Ortiz by split decision (28-29, 30-27, 29-28)
•Josh Koscheck def. Anthony Johnson by submission (rear-naked choke) Rd 2 (4:47)
•Paulo Thiago def. Jacob Volkmann by unanimous decision (29-28, 30-27, 30-27)
•Antonio Rogerio Nogueira def. Luiz Cane by TKO (punches) Rd 1 (1:56)
•Amir Sadollah def. Phil Baroni by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)
•Ben Saunders def. Marcus Davis by Knockout (strikes) Rd 1 (3:24)
•Kendall Grove def. Jake Rosholt by submission (triangle choke) Rd 1 (3:59)
•Brian Foster def. Brock Larson by TKO (strikes) Rd 2 (3:25)
•Caol Uno vs. Fabricio Camoes declared majority draw (29-27, 28-28, 28-28)
•George Sotiropoulos def. Jason Dent by submission (armbar) Rd 2 (4:36)

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