MMA Retrospect: The Experience Of A Lifetime

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

Polish Corner: Six Things That Should Have Happened In Polish MMA (but, sadly, have not)

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)