If you have followed the careers of Ken Shamrock and Tito Ortiz then the following video clip of their recent appearance on Michael Landsberg’s “Off The Record” will not come as a shock to you. The two UFC veterans had a trio of memorable bouts against each other inside the Octagon that started with a fight for the light heavyweight title at UFC 40 in Nov. 2002.
Off The Record host Michael Landsberg went round two with UFC middleweight contender Chael Sonnen earlier today.
Michael Landsberg’s “Off The Record” interview with Chael Sonnen turned from bad to worse when he asked Sonnen why he “backed down” from his “loser leave town” challenge to Anderson Silva.
TV, radio appearances lined up to hype MFC 25 The hype for MFC 25: Vindication is starting off with a huge bang as Maximum Fighting Championship Owner/President Mark Pavelich is headed to Toronto for a media blitz. It all starts off Tuesday, April 13 when Mark returns to TSN for a follow-up appearance on the … Read more
Most everyone has heard about Dana White’s recent video blog in which he lashed out at Sherdog reporter Loretta Hunt. And most long time MMA fans know at least partially about the beef Dana and Sherdog have seemingly had for some time now. Only recently however, have both sides been willing to come out and … Read more
On Wednesday, April 15th, UFC President Dana White made an appearance on “Off the Record,” on the Canadian English language cable channel TSN (The Sports Network). The show’s host, Michael Landsberg, is known for asking very confrontational and to the point questions. He pulls no punches during the interview and of course, Dana White pulls … Read more