Jeff Bottari-LLC Zuffa Cyborg once again faces a career crossroads, which turn will she take? At this current time, Cris Cyborg is officially a free agent. After a unanimous decision victory over Felicia Spencer at UFC 240, would ultimately be … Continue reading Where Does Cris Cyborg Go From Here?
Robbie Lawler sits on the stool, lip split up to his cheek, battered, and bloody. The corner men work feverishly to get him ready for the last round. Its been four hard fought round, with both men taking a beating, … Continue reading Robbie Lawler: A Calculated Madman
Not much in the world of MMA brings about as much debate than fighter pay. The media have been beating the drum for years wanting the details of what fighters make and continuously call for the athletes to make more. … Continue reading Fighter Pay: From The Sales Floor Perspective
This past weekend, Cris Cyborg got herself back in the win column with her dominating performance over former Invicta featherweight champion, Felicia Spencer. This was Cris’ first fight since her devastating knock out loss to, now, dual champion; Amanda Nunes. … Continue reading Cris Cyborg Chronicles: Here We Go Again?
Greg Hardy is a draw, we might as well get that out of the way. It may taste like ash and many of you won’t like it, but it’s the reality that we face. If Hardy is featured on a … Continue reading The Fine Art Of Drawing A Crowd: What Is The Hate Factor?
Navigating social media can be a dubious task, many use the cloak of anonymity to spew hate from afar, knowing full well there is little chance of facing any real consequences for their actions. Going from profile to profile, like … Continue reading Toxic MMA Fans: Just A Symptom of a Bigger Issue?
In early 2008, a group or lone person who identified themselves as ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’ invented what is now popularly known as ‘blockchain’. The blockchain was specifically designed to be an ultra-secure and unalterable public transaction ledger for the cryptocurrency; bitcoin. … Continue reading MMA Revolution: How Blockchain Could Change Our Sport
Conor taps out, wins the rematch, digs Eddie’s grave, buries him in it and struts off into the sunset with his sights set on a multi-million Mayweather clash. Meanwhile the remaining cast of The Eagle, The Diamond, Max Blessed, T-Ferg … Continue reading Requiem: RDA Foots The Bill
As I sit atop section 134 of Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta, spinning my coke. Just seconds after the current Flyweight king, Henry Cejudo blasted through Wilson Reis to earn a TKO victory. My legs shake with anticipation as I sit there wearing a Bud Light hat, a Generic UFC shirt, and a Grey pair of laceless Reeboks that i nearly tore in two while jamming them on my pie-plate foot. Everything kept going through my mind: Maybe things have changed, I hope, I hope I don’t miss the text, oh shit maybe I had one too many drinks, was … Continue reading MMA Retrospect: The Experience Of A Lifetime
The world of Polish MMA is rather fascinating – it is so unique, that no other country can be compared when it comes to anecdotes, stories or events. That is why I am now starting the “Polish Corner” – a non-cyclic series of articles about our beautiful sport. To kick it off – here are six things that should have happened at some point in Polish MMA, but – sadly – have not. Pawel Nastula has never walked out to “Randori” by Peja Pawel Nastula is a legend when it comes to Martial Arts in Poland. He’s an Olympic Gold … Continue reading Polish Corner: Six Things That Should Have Happened In Polish MMA (but, sadly, have not)