Should Junior Dos Santos retire from UFC and MMA? At least one reporter thinks so. Daniel Paiz of realsport101.com writes It might be too soon to be bringing up such a topic, but such inconsistencies shown by the former champ indicate otherwise. Will the 33-year-old Brazilian recover from the “issues” and reinvent himself and make his way back toward a heavyweight title shot? In the story, Paiz gives a synopsis
Strong. Sexy. Fit. Dangerous. That is how one would best describe MMA bombshell Paige VanZant. Known as “12 Gauge”, the 23-year-old 5’4, 115-pound strawweight and Dundee, Oregon native has a 7-3 W-L record with two wins by knockout, two by submission and three by decision. Her three losses are two via submission and one via decision. Trained in a mixture of styles including boxing, shoot fighting, Muay Thai and BJJ
In what has been a bad month and year for UFC World Champions, Rafael dos Anjos managed to become one of the few champions to be able to retain his title with a big win on Saturday in Orlando, Fla. against challenger Donald Cerrone. He successfully retained his lightweight championship by stopping Donald Cerrone on strikes in just 66 seconds. The champ caught Cerrone just seconds into the fight with
With the 13 second knockout of Jose Aldo at UFC 194, Connor McGregor firmly planted himself as the new face of the UFC. He had come on like a force the last 18 months and in the process become a household name amongst MMA fans. McGregor is on a 15 fight win streak with dominant wins over the likes of Max Holloway, Diego Brandao, Deniis Silver, Chad Mendes, Jose Aldo
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
Now, I have never been one to be a mouthpiece for women’s rights. Don’t get me wrong, I firmly believe that women and men should be treated equally. That if a woman and man do the same job, they should be paid the same money, and anyone who thinks otherwise is an idiot. But that also doesn’t usually mean that a woman and a man should be totally treated equally.
The UFC may be set for an epic shift Saturday night in Chicago as it presents UFC on FOX 16. The show is headlined by a huge rematch between UFC Bantamweight Champion and current champion T.J. Dillashaw and former champion Renan Barão. Dillashaw eneded Barao’s 21 fight, seven-year winning streak and took his title back on May 24 2014 at UFC 173 in the biggest upset in MMA history. Dillashaw's
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.
Where have all the Heroes gone? The Tom Brady "Deflategate" scandal is just another in a long line of our vaunted sports Heroes letting us down. Each sport has several of their top performers in the history of sports, tarnished in someway. Two of the top home run kings in baseball will forever be linked to steroids. Alex Rodriguez hit his 661rst home run earlier this week, moving ahead of