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BJ Penn’s swollen eye hasn’t even healed and people are already calling for his retirement. The UFC president along with several members of the media think it’s time for the Prodigy to step down which is odd considering I just watched a guy go three-rounds with the future of the division.
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UFC star BJ Penn recently spoke about Hulk Hogan being a hero of his when he grew up. Check out the video below..
Are you like me? Are you one of those frustrated BJ Penn fans who just doesn't understand why he chooses to continue to compete at 170 pounds? Do you find it strange that the smallest welterweight in the division would come out of retirement to take on the largest welterweight in the division? Well, after watching Lions football every Sunday for the last 20 some years of my life...
If this is really it, and some hope for BJ’s sake it is, then it was a good run. BJ Penn without a doubt is UFC Hall of Fame worthy, even though his pedestrian on paper record of 16-9-2 would make the average fan scoff, we know the the kid from Hilo would just scrap [...]
– TNA will be taping iMPACT! tonight and tomorrow, which will cover three episodes of the show to close out 2012.
– TNA returns to the Vicksburg Convention Center in Vicksburg, Mississippi on February 9th.
– UFC star BJ Penn recently spoke about Hulk Hogan being a hero of his when he grew up. Check out the video below..
Whenever an inaccurate story hits the Internet, UFC president Dana White blasts the “hack” website for their incompetence. Well, light heavyweight Dan Henderson (Pictured) is now asking White to check his sources regarding the inside information surrounding Hendo’s injured knee.
It has been long rumored Henderson and Lyoto Machida will collide in a top contender contest sometime...
No matter what you think, Dana – we get it. We get how good Anderson Silva is, and if you think the media or the fans don’t get that, well, maybe it’s because the UFC markets the ring card girls butts over Anderson. Yep it’s true, the final shot of Silva vs. Bonnar promos was [...]
For Matt Brown, Rory MacDonald, and Alexander Gustafsson, it was a night to remember. However, Mike Swick, BJ Penn, and Shogun Rua all had nights to forget Saturday night, and questions remain as to what’s next for each. Three seem to be at a crossroads and one seems likely to start over at the bottom.
Mike Swick has been on a heck of a ride since his fight with Paulo...
Entering this past Saturday’s scrap with BJ Penn, welterweight Rory MacDonald was challenged by Penn to undergo random drug testing conducted by VADA (Voluntary Anti-Doping Association). While MacDonald obliged with “The Prodigy’s” request, he admitted that the process was a bit “annoying.”
The distraction of having an agent pounding on his door unannounced demanding...
Yes, Mauricio “Shogun” Rua (Pictured). I’d be sporting a giant Kool-Aid smile if I were you, too.
Despite dropping a convincing unanimous decision to Alexander Gustafsson at “UFC on FOX: Henderson vs. Diaz,” the former light heavyweight champ was the night’s highest earner.
According to the Washington State Department of Licensing, Shogun left Seattle with a cool $175...
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.
The UFC On FOX 5 fights themselves did come through, as most contests were exciting, entertaining and featured a number of finishes. Although not everything went according to plan.