UFC 112 on April 10th is sure to be one of the biggest MMA events of this year, with two title defences and a couple of other special fights.
Strikeforce Nashville brought a few surprises, some not as pleasant as others, while WEC 48 looks to be a great night of fights for the WEC’s first PPV event.
It has seemed like an endless wait between UFC 110 and 111, despite all the other events in between.
UFC 110 has silenced any criticism of Cain Velasquez, and catapulted George Sotiropulos into the spotlight.
I was lucky enough to attend this UFC event, and I can tell you that the crowd was revved up the entire time for action standing or on the ground – just so long as the fighters were working! While [...]
UFC 110 is just around the corner, the first big UFC event of the year. It has an absolutely stacked card, and a whole bunch of close contests.
The monster known colloquially as Brock Lesnar, and formally as the Wrestlebeast, has announced its return to the UFC.
I have to say, the Gray Maynard vs Nate Diaz fight came as something of a shock.
It’s a New Year, but nothing much has changed after UFC 108.
UFC 107 saw some incredibly dominant performances from BJ Penn and Frank Mir.
Last time we looked at the guard, side control, and the mount. Now, let’s look at half-guard, north-south, and rear mount.
UFC 107 sees BJ Penn defend his title yet again… Oh, it’s a bit too soon to say that, huh?