A list of influential women in MMA includes names like Gina Carano, Julie Kedzie, Cris Cyborg, Miesha Tate, and Ronda Rousey. There are dozens more but one name sticks out as the most dangerous of the bunch and that’s Cyborg. She is the current UFC women’s featherweight champion and has agreed to fight women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes at UFC 232 on December 29th in a true blockbuster bout. Cut to… UFC fighter Nina Ansaroff feels her girlfriend Nunes is a lock to win the featherweight belt to become another two division champion in the organization. Listen to what she said about the bout and tell us if you agree in the comments.
Women’s MMA pioneer Julie Kedzie was a guest on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast this week where she detailed what has to be one of the funniest and strangest mixed martial arts stories of all time. In her first fight training under Greg Jackson in 2007, right after she had fought Gina Carano, Kedzie went … Read more
Tonight we kick things off with Matt Manzanares. Manzanares (6-1) looks to make a splash in the RFA flyweight division when he takes on Steve Swanson (10-1) at Resurrection Fighting Alliance 9 on August 16th.. You may remember Manzanares from his brutal 48 second KO win at RFA 5 when he landed a knee to the body of his opponent. He is a former Junior Olympic boxer. He was scheduled to fight Sergio Pettis at RFA 7 but had to withdraw due to injury.
The official radio show of ProMMAnow.com returns tonight with an all new slate of guests from across the spectrum. To kick things off ProWMMA Now! host Gina Begley will join the show to talk about Invicta FC 6. After that we will welcome UFC newcomer Julie Kedzie. Kedzie is just over a week out from her UFC debut at UFC on Fox 8. She will take the time out of her packed schedule to chat with us about training camp, the fight, Invicta and whatever else we can squeeze into our allotted time.