UFC on Fox 17: Rafeal dos Anjos vs Donald Cerrone ”2” is set for this Saturday night, live from the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. This card is PPV worthy and will be given away on FREE TV courtesy of Fox. Lets break down the top 5 fights that make this card stacked! Lightweight Champion Rafael dos Anjos vs Donald Cerrone The champ comes in riding a four-fight win steak
Written by The Dark Knight of Sports LaShawn Encarnacion Last Night: The fight most saw as a mismatch was just that. Ronda Rousey vs Holly Holm was the mismatch most thought it was going to be ... just not the direction most were thinking it was at first glance. Lets break down the reasons why Holly Holm had Ronda Rousey outmatched and out of her game. (more…)
Written by The Dark Knight of Sports LaShawn Encarnacion With the NBA getting traction with its season, with the NCAA football schedule winding down while the NCAA basketball picking up, even with the NFL in the meat of its schedule, there is a big event down under in Melbourne Australia that is being headlines by the best and most popular figure in the world of mixed-martial arts. (more…)
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With WWE's Summerslam in the books, here a few things that stood out. Terrible finish to the Cena vs Rollins match. It was a great match, but the John Stewart interference made no sense. Also, Rollins looked horrible in the Power Rangers costume he came out in. Since Randy Orton won at Wrestlemania they have done nothing with him. Further proof after his loss last night, that they don’t
As the WWE gears up for Summerslam, their second biggest show of the year, things begin to heat up. The show will have a Wrestlemania feel to it because it is now 4 hours and will have a mixture of celebrities involved as well. Here are some of the latest rumors and notes to keep in mind as we head down the home stretch to slam! Rumors are running rampant
UFC 188 is set for this Saturday night live from Mexico City and will be headlined by a UFC Heavyweight Championship unification bout between current champion Cain Velasquez and interim champion Fabrício Werdum. The bout was originally expected to take place at UFC 180. However, Velasquez pulled out of the bout due to a knee injury and the event was instead headlined by an interim title bout between Werdum and
UFC 187 this past Saturday Night from the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas was one of the most hyped cards in years, and for good reason as it was loaded from top to bottom including a double main event featuring two title matches. The under card also delivered on the hype with several fantastic finishes. Joseph Benavidez remained red hot with another dominant victory, this time a unanimous victory
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Earlier this week, I had questioned, “Where have all the heroes gone?” Well, it didn’t take Ronda Rousey and Sports Illustrated long to give me their answer. Ronda Rousey has been named World’s Most Dominant Athlete by SI magazine and graces the cover of the current issue. This not the first time Rousey has been featured prominently in Sports Illustrated. She was part of the S.I. swimsuit issue in late-2014.