Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) has been in existence since 1980. In that time, however, MMA consisted of only male fighters. The first female MMA fight was in 1995 but at that time, female fights were miles off male fights thus only a handful of people actually followed the female MMA proceedings. It was only after … Read more
Jessica Rose-Clark is a pro MMA fighter from Australia. She holds a record of 6-4, with wins over the likes of top featherweight Arlene Blencowe. Rose-Clark recently faced former world champion Sarah Kaufman, despite having some good moments she couldn’t get the nod from the judges. She recently took some time to talk with me … Read more
UFC 186: Johnson vs. Horiguchi takes place tonight at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada and features a flyweight championship bout between reigning title-holder Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson (21-2-1) and Japanese knockout artist Kyoji Horiguchi (15-1). Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (35-11) makes his promotional return against heavy-handed Fabio Maldonado (22-7) in the co-main event. PMN will … Read more
The Ultimate Fighter Nations Finale takes place today from the Pepsi Colisee in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Headlining the event will be a middleweight match-up between Michael Bisping and Tim Kennedy, and the card also features the welterweight and middleweight finals of TUF Nations: Canada vs. Australia. ProMMAnow.com will provide LIVE results and play-by-play commentary of the event beginning … Read more
We reported a few days ago that UFC women’s bantamweight fighter Jessica Eye had been suspended by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation for a banned substance. Her UFC 166 victory over Sarah Kaufman was also overturned to a no decision. Today the UFC and Eye issued a statement on the situation.
The questions swirling following the announcement Friday that the Sarah Kaufman- Jessica Eye bout from October had been changed to a no decision by the authorities in Texas just keep getting compounded. Today MMAWeekly reports that Eye has been suspended for a year following a failed test for a banned substance.