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I’ll admit it, I got into Twitter because of the UFC, and the only reason I have Facebook is to watch UFC preliminary fights, so they got me. The UFC has been heralded as kings of social media, they dominate it. From the fighters to the PR people to the president himself, Dana White, everyone [...]
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Rachel Wray, a former cheerleader for the Kansas City Chiefs, is pursuing a career in MMA and she appears to be faring well, winning her first two fights.
UFC president Dana White has seen this dog and pony show before. Actually, let’s use the terminology coined by Nick Diaz (Pictured), “beauty pageant.” That’s why White is taking no chances in case Diaz decides to pull a – well, Nick Diaz – heading into his blockbuster bout with reigning welterweight king Georges St-Pierre at UFC 158.
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Mercedes Terrell is sort of a jack-of-all-trades in the world of modeling. She got her start modeling for a variety of car magazines and trade shows and eventually made her way into the MMA world with Bellator Fighting Championships. Don’t slouch at Mercedes for not being in the UFC. Bellator is the second largest MMA promotion company in the U.S. and has a lot of notority across...
Fighters step inside the octagon hoping to win their respective bouts so they can get some bonus money and a hefty fight purse.
Joe Lauzon wasn’t on this past Saturday’s UFC on FOX 5 fight card, however he stepped inside the octagon and walked away with $6,000 in bonus money.
The Boston native was in Seattle, Washington to corner his training partner Joe Proctor, but prior to...
There seems to be a lot of confusion over the decision to have Ronda Rousey headline UFC 157, considering no female has ever even fought in the UFC, let alone headline. But the same could be said for Demetrious Johnson and Ian McCall. Before them, no flyweights had ever headlined a card when they did [...]
Naturally, we’ve been very happy about the rise of Ronda Rousey and what it means to the future of women in UFC and just Mixed Martial Arts competition in general. But as much fun as it has been to talk about the successful, charismatic and, well, attractive Rousey, I’ve regrettably ignored what is an equally important – or maybe even arguably more important – story in Rousey’s...
Could the fight that enraptured an audience for almost all of 2011 actually happen in 2013? It looks like it. Dana White recently told MMAFighting.com that a fight has been offered to both “The King of PPV” Georges St. Pierre and Mr. 209 himself, Nick Diaz for UFC 158 March 16th in GSP’s home of [...]
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After a spectacular night of MMA action, UFC president Dana White awarded Pat Barry (Pictured), T.J. Waldburger, Tim Elliott and Jared Papazian each an additional $40,000 for their special performances Saturday night at “The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale.”
Nine of the night’s 11 scraps ended before the final horn, so White had plenty of bouts to choose from.
After losing the opening...
Nick Diaz’s coach Cesar Gracie took to twitter today to proclaim the much-anticipated fight between UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre and Gracie protege Nick Diaz is happening.
Cesar Gracie @CesarGracieBJJ
@ufc@DiazBrothers209 Nick Diaz vs GSP is on!
While Dana White hinted earlier that he was looking at a March 16th date in GSP’s hometown of Montreal for the proposed...
Stop me if you heard this one before. I think I’ll wait until see Georges St-Pierre and Nick Diaz in the octagon together before I get excited again about this UFC fight.
One of the many great things about being a sports fan and a gambler is that you can win, even when your team loses. If I don’t think the Lakers are going to beat someone, let alone cover the spread, I’ll lay money on the other squad.
There’s no shame in my game.
If the Lakers end up victorious, I’ll still feel warm and fuzzy inside despite the financial setback because the...