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A Tale of Two Champs: Mighty Mouse and GDR Both At A Crossroads

Flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson's frankly stunning attack on the UFC earlier this week opened the floodgates for criticism of both the promotion and himself. The majority seemed to side with Mighty Mouse. Yet just a week earlier, Germaine de...
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UFC Strawweight in 2017: What’s Happened and Where it’s Headed

The UFC's strawweight division has treated us to some incredible performances and matchups in 2017, and based off of those bouts, we're in for a fantastic second-half of the year. Whether it was Joanna Jedrzejczyk impressively extending her reign as...
Max Holloway

Max Holloway’s Moment of Triumph Best Result for UFC Featherweight Division

Max Holloway was certainly blessed at UFC 212 Saturday night, shocking the MMA world with a third round TKO upset win over Jose Aldo. It was the best result possible for the featherweight division, which was desperately in need...
Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp

Shannon Knapp: The Unsung Pioneer of Women’s MMA

Invicta FC President Shannon Knapp has played a great role in the incredible growth of women's MMA over the past decade and deserves recognition. Invicta FC is without a doubt the most popular and prestigious MMA promotion for female MMA...
Mighty Mouse Demetrious Johnson to appear at UFC 215

UFC Approach to Demetrious Johnson is Mighty Disappointing

Demetrious Johnson is not one to talk trash, or even speak out of turn. As MMA fighters go, he's about as well-mannered and soft spoken as they come. Thus it came as a shock to many when Mighty Mouse...
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Three “Huh?” Moments in MMA Last Week: June 5 Edition

Cris Cyborg is scheduled for UFC 214 without an opponent, and that's Dana White's decision apparently, unlike the PFL's partnership with NASCAR. Huh? Finding the proper response to much of the news finding its way into our social media feeds...
Vitor Belfort

UFC 212: Vitor Belfort’s Swan Song Or Not, It’s the Passing Of An Era

When Dan Henderson retired last year after a "close but no cigar" performance against middleweight champion Michael Bisping, it left the UFC with just a single active fighter from its Pioneer Era: Vitor Belfort. At UFC 212 later this...
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Remember When… The UFC Made Its Brazil Debut?

Regardless of how obnoxious certain aspects of modern day professional MMA and the UFC can be, we can always go back to a simpler time, remembering when… the UFC held their debut event in Brazil. Certain aspects of following the highest...
Angela Lee, ONE Championship

Shots Fired: Has UFC Lost the Opening Skirmish in an International MMA War?

The month of May was a study in MMA on the international stage. The UFC, Bellator, KSW, and ONE Championship all hosted major events outside the U.S. Long the pinnacle of the sport, the UFC saw its global attendance...
UFC 217 Michael Bisping Georges St. Pierre

Three “Huh?” Moments in MMA Last Week: May 29 Edition

Bellator's big moves keep coming, the UFC is still trying to ruin their best possible fight, and GSP and Bisping have been hurt the whole time. Huh? Finding the proper response to much of the news finding its way into...

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