The new Real Sports episode about domestic violence in MMA is now available in its entirety online right here just for you. The segment was initially going to focus just on Christy Mack and the suffering she underwent at the hands of her ex-boyfriend War Machine. But as they started digging they discovered an alarming trend among MMA … Read more
http://youtu.be/jz58epTibEM Former UFC featherweight Josh Grispi (14-5) was arrested earlier this year on charges of domestic abuse against his wife Kaitlyn. Kaitlyn appeared on the Dr. Phil Show Thursday to tell her story and well, hopefully get some help. Interestingly enough, Kaitlyn is dismissal of many of the charges against her husband and remains highly confrontational … Read more
The UFC on FUEL TV 7: Barao vs. McDonald card will take place on Saturday afternoon in London. It will be the first time that a UFC title fight has been featured on FUEL TV when Renan Barao attempts to defend his UFC interim bantamweight title against Michael McDonald. It’s a solid card on paper with the opportunity for several fighters to put themselves in good positions within their respective weight divisions with a win. Let’s take a look at the top five questions heading into this event.
UFC Featherweight Rani Yahya talks about his submission win over Josh Grispi at UFC on FOX 4 with ProMMAnow.com’s Daniel “The Wolfman” Theodore.
The UFC has announced three featherweight matches for UFC on FOX 4 which takes place August 4th in Los Angeles, California. In each of the three announced matches, each featherweight fighter is looking to get back in the win column and rebound from a previous loss. Josh Grispi vs Pablo Garza, Nam Phan vs Cole Miller, and Manny Gamburyan vs Michihiro Omigawa have all been added to the UFC on FOX 4 event.
Josh Grispi has been forced to withdraw from his featherweight bout with Matt Grice which was scheduled to take place at UFC 136 on Oct. 8 in Houston, Texas. TUF 12 veteran Nam Phan will step in.
ProMMAnow.com’s Jack Bratcher talks with TUF 13 alternate Chuck “Cold Steel” O’Neil who we saw brought into the show on the first episode after one of the Team Lesnar fighters suffered a knee injury.