Archive for the ‘Blog’ Category

Tim Sylvia Fighting For Relevancy Against Five-Time World’s Strongest Man

How far has former UFC heavyweight champion Tim Sylvia fallen since he left the world’s premier MMA promotion? To answer that question, just take a look at his next scheduled fight. (more…)

Inside Look at UFC 111 St-Pierre vs. Hardy: When MMA Loyalties Cross

In traditional martial arts your dojo was considered sacred and was never challenged. Joining a dojo or discipline was like joining a family, the ideals of the system and your instructor became your own ideals. (more…)

March Madness Should Help April 17th’s “Strikeforce: Nashville”

With the most exciting weeks of college basketball upon us, CBS has already begun promoting April 17th’s Strikeforce card during the overabundance of television timeouts that college basketball provides. (more…)

It Will Cost You to Bet on Georges St-Pierre at UFC 111

The official betting lines for “UFC 111: St-Pierre vs. Hardy” were posted earlier this week by our friends over at BetUS. As expected, Georges St-Pierre is a favorite heading into his defense against Dan Hardy, but -800??? (more…)

A.C. Slater Inspires Dan Hardy for Georges St-Pierre Fight

It may be hard to believe, but it’s been 21 years since Saved by the Bell first started influencing adolescent minds. Apparently, Dan Hardy’s favorite was A.C. Slater, as the character’s wrestling prowess continues to be Hardy’s motivational force as he preps for UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre. (more…)

UFC 110: Not Everybody is Pleased with Bloodbath in Australia

In the UFC’s Australian debut this Saturday, company president Dana White reported that 17,831 screaming fans packed the Acer Arena, generating a stadium record $2.5 million at the gate. Although UFC 110‘s numbers are staggering, the Octagon’s bloodbath didn’t leave fond impressions on everyone. (more…)

Georges St-Pierre Wants More Knockouts? Not at This Rate

Although UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre possesses MMA’s deadliest ground game, he isn’t pleased with the lack of highlight reel finishes on his resume, specifically of late. (more…)

Comparing The College Football BCS System To The UFC

Not many people, except for the ones who profit from the current system, likes the College Football BCS system. Every year it seems like one or two schools lose out because they aren’t as big of a school as the one that was chosen over them.


Can Quinton Jackson Reclaim the “Rampage” of His Past?

Pads are popping. The smell of sweat and adrenaline are in the air, when in walks a familiar face. The setting is the old Bomb Squad Gym in Hollywood, California. The familiar face is none other than Quinton “Rampage” Jackson. The animated fighter always enters the gym with two things, a signature style, along with a smile. (more…)

Despite UFC 109 Loss, Don’t Give Up On Nate Marquardt Just Yet

MMA is funny sometimes. You’re only loved when you win, yet people say that a fighter’s true colors show after they lose. Nate Marquardt has lost the last two fights that were considered the biggest fights of his career, but don’t count him out. (more…)