Sometimes when a fighter comes back to the UFC they make a huge impact that cements their legacy as one of the best to ever step in to The Octagon or ruins it forever (Ken Shamrock). Today we take a look at those fighters who had faded from memory, or glory in the minds of … Read more
Often times fighters rise to the top only to fall even faster. Here are five times the fans turned on popular UFC fighters. Chael Sonnen is taken off this list because he has since become a fan favorite again even though he is no longer a fighter. 5. Conor McGregor Ladies and gents meet Conor … Read more
Tim Sylvia showed up to a fight this past weekend looking like he ate his opponent before squaring off for the photo. On January 4th, 2015 at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut former two-time UFC Heavyweight Champion Tim “The Maineiac” Sylvia was scheduled to fight against one Juliano Couthino. According to sources Tim Sylvia tipped the … Read more
It was announced Thursday, former UFC Heavyweight champ Andrei “The Pit Bull” Arlovski had resigned with the UFC. Now it has been made official that “The Pit Bull’s” first fight back will be against No. 14 ranked Heavyweight Brendan Schaub at UFC 174 on June 14. UFC 174 will be held at Rogers Arena in … Read more
ONE Fighting Championship™ (ONE FC), presented by Casino Filipino and in association with Universal Reality Combat Championship (URCC), announced three undercard bouts for ONE FC: RISE TO POWER. Up and coming Lowen Tynanes will battle the seasoned Felipe Enomoto while MMA veteran Tim Sylvia is back in action against Tony Johnson and fan favorite Ryan Diaz will take on Russian ace Yusup Saadulaev. All the action takes place live on 31 May from the MOA Arena in Manila, Philippines.
Watch as former UFC heavyweight champion Tim Sylvia takes on Olympic medalist Satoshi Ishii, Cro Cop faces Shinichi Suzukawa and Minowaman vs. Bor Bratovz.
If you missed “ONE FC: Pride of a Nation” you were spared the heartbreak of having to see Andrei Arlovski’s Pride-like finish of Tim Sylvia get turned into a “No Contest” due to a technicality.