UFC 234 poster revealed with Gastelum and Whittaker front and center

2019 is already shaping up to be a good year for MMA fans. In February at UFC 234 we are getting A title fight between middleweight champion Robert Whittaker and a man some think can dethrone him in Kelvin Gastelum. Also on the card is a legitimate potential passing of the torch when former middleweight king Anderson Silva essentially fights a younger version of himself in Israel Adesanya. It all goes down on February 10th at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia. Check out the poster reveal courtesy of UFC Aus/New Zealand’s Twitter.

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Dos Anjos issues statement on loss to Usman

Former UFC lightweight champion Rafael Dos Anjos lost his bout on Friday night with Kamaru Usman via unanimous decision. The Ultimate Fighter 28 finale played host to the fight which saw Dos Anjos put forth a respectable effort making his opponent truly earn it. Later, he posted a classy statement via Instagram complete with a … Read more

Kelvin Gastelum stares fate in the face at UFC 234 presser staredown

UFC Middleweight champion Robert Whittaker will defend against surging contender Kelvin Gastelum in his next bout. In Gastelum’s two fights we saw him defeat Ronaldo Souza via split decision and Michael Bisping via KO in the first round. Whittaker is on a nine fight win streak capped off by back to back decision victories over Yoel Romero who is probably the most dangerous fighter he has faced to date. Kelvin will try and change that perception when they step in to the cage on February 9, 2019. Check out the staredown from the UFC 234 presser. Who do you think takes this?

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McMahon’s XFL reveals they will announce cities and venues on Wednesday

Here we go again… Vince McMahon shocked everyone when he announced he would be resurrecting the XFL. He once called his Xtreme Football League the “Xtra Fun League” when he compared his organization to the NFL aka the “No Fun League”. Hopefully he has better luck this time around. Here is the tweet that tells us the date for city and venue reveals is just around the corner on December 5th. What do you think of all of this?

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VIDEO: Holyfield predicts Fury vs Wilder winner

It’s hard to believe we will finally see Tyson Fury fight Deontay Wilder for the WBC heavyweight championship tonight.  A lot of fans seem to be giving Deontay Wilder the edge so we decided to see what the boxing professionals thought.  TMZ sports caught up with former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield to get his take.  Check out what he said before the 9PM pay per view start time.

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Current odds for Saturday’s boxing grudge match between Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury

We posted yesterday’s intense staredown between boxers Tyson Fury (27-0) and Deontay Wilder (40-0) that got physical. Former WBC champion Fury may be physically taller than current champ Wilder but they are equal when it comes to swagger. Both fighters are undefeated and both are known for knocking out their opponents so odds are one … Read more

Fury vs Wilder intense staredown says shut up and take my money please

Staredown is a word and we don’t care what auto-correct says. If you want proof then we ask you to take a look at the behemoths that just squared off for Showtime boxing. Former WBC champion Tyson Fury (27-0) has been calling the name of current WBC champion Deontay Wilder (40-0) for years but it … Read more

Chael Sonnen’s report on Liddell vs Ortiz 3 ppv buys contrast Meltzer’s hopeful predictions, full breakdown

Chael P Sonnen has some potentially dismal news about the pay per view buys for the Golden Boy card which featured a main event of Tito Ortiz vs Chuck Liddell. Tito may have had a great night by knocking out Chuck Liddell in brutal fashion in the first round but the overall payday for the … Read more

EXCLUSIVE: Hardrock MMA CEO talks 10th anniversary, historic moments, and future

Brandon “Hardrock” Higdon is Hardrock MMA’s founder and one of the pioneer’s of modern mixed martial arts promotions in the southeast. Before his events were held there were only a few reliable places to compete in the Midwest. Stability during the boom period and rise of the UFC for fighters wasn’t exactly common and finding … Read more