Archive for August 2011

What's Next for Anderson Silva?

What's Next for Anderson Silva?
Is Anderson Silva human? This man has gone 5 years without a loss and this past Saturday he defeated Yushin Okami to defend his Middleweight Championship for a record 9th time. When you talk about Anderson Silva, there’s no doubt you put him as one of the best in the sport of MMA. Not only... Read more »

UFC and FOX Partner in 2012

UFC and FOX Partner in 2012
Today, the UFC announced one of the biggest partnerships in their history, joining up with the FOX Networks in 2012. The details are below on what is going where and how the FOX pairing is a huge accomplishment not only for the UFC but MMA in general. The deal was told to be 7 years... Read more »

Average but Still Successful Chris Lytle

Average but Still Successful Chris Lytle
With his final fight, about to begin against Dan Hardy, Chris Lytle looked anything but nervous. He looked prepared like any other fight he took apart of and was looking for that last moment to solidify a very long and successful career.. “Lights Out” got that moment and can finally dedicate to what he put... Read more »
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UFC on Versus 5 Weigh-in Results

UFC on Versus 5 Weigh-in Results
In a soggy filled Milwaukee, the UFC Live weigh-ins took place at the Harley Davidson Museum grounds. All fighters made weight, and even though Dan Hardy was a ½ over he lost the extra half pound in the time allotted. Many fighters were in attendance including Clay Guida, Bart Paleswski, and Roy Nelson taking in... Read more »

The Other Side of the Coin

The Other Side of the Coin
The general majority of fans and media of MMA are interested to hear from fighters right after they claim a victory inside the cage. They want to know what led them to the win and if there was anything else they saw that they took advantage of. Many don’t care for the person on the... Read more »

The Roller Coaster of Jens Pulver

The Roller Coaster of Jens Pulver
The name Jens Pulver is known throughout MMA and even though he isn’t in the “big leagues” anymore he still fights because it has saved his life. Even when Jens Pulver was released from the WEC in 2010 he never gave up the job he knows all too well. Pulver returns to the cage August... Read more »
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