Vale Tudo Japan Open 94 followed on the heels of UFC 2 and featured the legendary Rickson Gracie.
For a long time this was my favourite UFC event. So much individuality and characters.
MMA has lost its appeal but I'm planning to getting the spark back.
Jon Jones vs Anthony Smith Jon Jones is probably the best fighter of his time. He might very well be the best we have ever seen, and yet some people actually think that Anthony Smith is the man to beat him. Is it just wishful thinking driven by a dislike of Jones (which could be … Continue reading UFC 235 Predictions
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Stipe Miocic vs Daniel Cormier Most people I have spoken to have pretty much dismissed Dan Cormier in this fight and the bookies have Stipe as a decent favourite, and probably rightly so. Right now at heavyweight Stipe Miocic is the man. He holds the record for most title defences and there are no real … Continue reading UFC 226 Predictions
Today's news that Yair Rodriguez has been released from his UFC contract has been met with the usual range of reaction, being that its mma and social media, from 'good, they did the right thing' to 'wow big mistake'. He has apparently been essentially fired for turning down a fight with Zabit Magomedsharipov and previously … Continue reading Hasta La Vista, Yair
For those that don't know who Nick Newell is he is an American Mixed Martial Artist who fights in the lightweight division. His record is 14 wins with 9 by submission and only 1 loss, to Justin Gaethje. The most amazing thing about this is, Nick doesn't have a left hand. I don't mean he … Continue reading The Nick Newell Situation
This is billed as a heavy weight tournament but come on, that's a stretch with only four of the eight fighters actually being heavy weight. Still though I think it's good that the format is being used. If you can't be better be different. Even some of the fighters being way over the hill, it's … Continue reading Bellator Heavyweight Grand Prix 2018 preview