World Series of Fighting 4
When: August 10th, 2013
Where: Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California
How: NBC Sports Network (11PM ET/8PM PT)
Ray Sefo vs. TBD
Lewis Gonzalez vs. Antonio McKee
Gesias “JZ” Cavalcante vs. Tyson Griffin
Heel hooks, neck cranks, flying triangles, and gogoplatas. Whether he's flying or sitting, Shinya Aoki is known for being a master of submissions. Watching one of the greatest grapplers of all-time work, it's a thing of beauty. He makes it look so easy.
Unfortunately for me I was unable to catch DREAM, as usual I had to work that morning. But seeing that Aoki submitted...
From 2003 to 2010, Antonio McKee was considered to be the great unsigned lightweight. He owned a 13-0-1 record bringing him to 25-3-2 on his career and was welcomed into the UFC with moderate hype. Then he got Jacob Volkmann’d. After losing to Volkmann, he was one and done in the UFC. He headed back [...]
On Friday morning, it was announced former Dream lightweight champ Shinya Aoki (Pictured) will headline “DREAM: Special NYE 2012″ against Antonio McKee.
The December 31st show is a collaboration with GLORY, one of the world’s most popular kickboxing organizations. The event will feature MMA and kickboxing bouts.
Aoki has quietly won eight of his last nine scraps. While “Tobikan...
Former UFC lightweight Antonio McKee revealed this past Saturday night after the conclusion of World Series of Fighting 1, that he is working with retired fighters to help current retain some of...
The Maximum Fighting Championship recently announced that lightweights Antonio McKee and Brian Cobb were released by the Canadian promotion for missing weight prior to their MFC 32 title bout.
The Maximum Fighting Championship has released Antonio McKee, Brian Cobb, and James Haddad from their contracts with the organization.
McKee and Cobb were both slated to compete for the MFC lightweight title at MFC 32: Bitter Rivals on Jan. 27, but both fighters came in over the contract weight at the official weigh-in – defending champ McKee by seven pounds and challenger Cobb...
Antonio McKee was one of the MFC's top card fighters, until last night that is. On Thursday, McKee weighed in for his bout against Brian Cobb, a whopping 7 lbs. over! In response, MFC owner Mark Pavelich, stripped him of his title, making the fight a non-title affair, and sent McKee his walking papers, effective following the fight.
But there has to be more to the story, right?
Why, or how,
The Maximum Fighting Championship is set to kick off its 2012 campaign tonight in Edmonton as MFC 32: Bitter Rivals goes down at the Mayfield Conference Centre. The event, which is broadcast live on HDNet starting at 7 pm PST, will be the last one that sees the MFC using a ring as going forward MFC President Mark Pavelich recently stated his intention to exclusively use a cage going...
MFC, or I guess it would be the now Former MFC Champion Antonio McKee weighed in 7lbs overweight for his 155lbs title defense tomorrow night under the MFC banner in Canada. The overage in weight will result in Mckee losing 20% of his fight purse and according to www.topmmanews.com Mckee was stripped of his title belt and [...]