Yesterday I picked the 10 greatest moments in UFC history
. The credit on doing these two write-ups belongs to Scott Hamill, Bleacher Report writer who compiled his 100 Greatest Moments in UFC History
. After finally getting through the list he put together, I found myself shaking my head at several points while reading. I already gave you my top ten from his list and today I give you the opposite.
I would have never placed these events on the top 100 moments in UFC history
. I hope to hear back on some of your favorite’s from Scott Harris’ list on the Bleacher Report
. I am sure you will find my opinion is more defined in this list I have compiled below. I didn’t rank them in any particular order. The number in front indicates where you can find them on Scott Hamill’s original Bleacher Report blog in the slideshow he compiled. So here are my 10 picks of the most unworthy UFC moments
that were chosen for UFC’s 100 Greatest Moments. Just for fun, I would love to hear what you feel does not deserve to be listed either...
Ken Shamrock reminds me of a character actor. For me, he has never had the skills to be the leading man. I do not mind seeing his face pop up here or there, but please do not give him to many lines or top billing. Shamrock at 46 years of age, has a record... Read more »
A lot of words have been dedicated to Rich Franklin lately. He has been generous in sharing time and insight with Chicagonow.com readers. His most recent performance against Chuck Liddell has revived interest from fans and earned him the tagline of ’A True Warrior’. The Former UFC Champion approached his fight against Chuck Liddell with... Read more »
I decided for this Saturday night’s UFC PPV event to take a survey. So I asked local Chicago MMA students who they thought were most likely to win tonight. UFC 115 will be held in Vancouver, BC, Canada. The fight card consists of the following bouts. Do you agree? ... Read more »
Rich Franklin is fighting this Saturday against Chuck Liddell in UFC 115. Franklin gave me some time Monday to catch up and share some thoughts about his fight this Saturday night. KO: When exactly were you offered this match up against Chuck Liddell for UFC 115? RF: While the The Ultimate Fighter was filming, I... Read more »
Rich Franklins Shares Basic Southpaw Tips A Lefty’s Jab is Thrown Over the Top. “As a lefty I am always fighting a righty. I run into the problem that my opponent’s lead foot is directly in front of my lead foot. This places us in an open stance. What I am trying to do is... Read more »
Rich Franklin (25-5-0), the Former UFC Middleweight Champion is naturally eager to get back into the octagon at UFC 115 on June 12th. Franklin has presented a golden boy image for mixed martial arts since he first got in the UFC back in 2003 when he beat Evan Tanner by TKO. Franklin has professionalized every... Read more »
Here is a continuation from Monday’s Blog. Rich Franklin shares another exercise from his personal workout regiment. Franklin explains why he does the ball knee tuck with rotations as part of his MMA training. “The knee tuck and rotation mimics when I am laying on my back and someone is in my guard and I... Read more »
Rich Franklin – UFC StarThis Saturday night is an exciting night for fight fans. You have the UFC 103 being stacked up against Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s bout with Manuel “Pee-drinking”Marquez. The HBO fight night is being picked as this year’s biggest boxing event. With Mayweather Jr., an undefeated champion, taking on Marquez a worthy... Read more »
Rampage Jackson is the newest member of the MMA community to get a shot at Hollywood stardom. Although there have been a slew of WEC/WWF personalities to meet a punch or body slam on screen, I think Hollywood recognizes the hammy presence of many a UFC fighter. With icons in MMA like Randy Couture... Read more »