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Summer Special: Top 10 Heaviest Fighters in MMA

Something that the summer does to people is make them bigger. They eat at family gatherings, barbecues, and eating at various social gatherings. They gain some weight and have to work it off. While the desired body for a MMA fighter is athletic, there have been large people who have participated in the sport. For that reason we will be looking at the top 10 heaviest fighters in MMA. Because

The Fight Itinerary: UFC Fight Night Bisping vs. Le Edition

Keeping up with the UFC is a daunting task in 2014. That’s why I’ve come to do something that’s very nerdy. I make a fight itinerary. I even call it a “fight itinerary.” In reality, it amounts to nothing more than a grocery list of sorts as I write an event down, and circle the parts that matter, sometimes even adding a few notes on when I can approximately take

Gym Rescue: Episode 2 – Battle of the Sexes

Episode two starts out with an introduction on the Women’s Gym based in Littleton, Colorado which is run by Toni Campton. She opened it in 2009 as an all women’s gym but due to her bluntness and chaotic management style isn’t respected by employee Kit. The gym is about two hundred thousand in debt and only has about one hundred members. Modern gyms needs about two hundred and fifty members

Top 10 fights of July 2014

There were some great fights this month and also had some historical significance to it. So with that here we go with the top fights: 10. UFC on Fox : Lawler vs. Brown – Patrick Cummins vs. Kyle Kingsbury Patrick Cummins had a successful first UFC win at UFC Fight Night: Henderson vs. Khabilov against Roger Narvaez after his one sided debut loss at the hands of Daniel Cormier. Kyle Kingsbury on the other

Bellator MMA: 2014 Summer Series in Review

The annual Bellator MMA Summer Series was the usual two events that took place over two events in June and July and had its’ share of good matches as well as shockers. In fact, the whole direction of the promotion has changed because of the transitions during the summer series. Because of that, the two events became a transition period which will continue into possibly next year. It was also

Gym Rescue Preview

Tonight at 9pm Central time, the upcoming series “Gym Rescue” will make its’ premiere on Spike TV. The series will star MMA legends Randy Couture and Frank Shamrock who follow an intervention show format in traveling to various gyms around the country to try and bring them back from failure. The initial plan for the series is to run three “Pilot” episodes to see if the series of viable for a full season. While

Are Jones/Cormier good role models for today’s youth?

All anyone can talk about now a days is the UFC 178 main event title match between current champ Jon “Bones” Jones and new challenger Daniel Cormier. Despite Gustaffson’s injury, this fight has all the potential to live up to the hype and didn’t need child like antics to build it up. Both men are very talented and have awesome skill sets, they didn’t need to do this to make the

Top 10 fights of June 2014

This fight had some disappointing fight cards but some definitely produced and some matches that were not expected. And here they are: 10. The Ultimate Fighter: Team Edgar vs. Team Penn – Corey Anderson vs. Patrick Walsh There’s no doubt this was a disappointing season. However, if there was a better match in the worst season this would be it. Team Edgar teammates Corey Anderson and Patrick Walsh were chosen

Reviewing The Ultimate Fighter: Team Edgar vs. Team Penn

Another season of The Ultimate Fighter is now over and we can go over what may have been the worst season of the reality series in depth: Quality of the fights The preliminary fights actually led to high expectations for the season as there were several good fights ending in finishes. However, once in the house, it seemed like the fighters basically embraced caution as their middle name. All but

The Ultimate Fighter 19: episode 12 in review

TUF 19: Episode 12 – The Big Show Other than some of the initial training, the show got right into the last middleweight semifinal. In the fight Team Edgar’s Dhiego Lima starts out with two kicks to Team Penn member Roger Zapata‘s leg. However, Zapata is able to come back with a punch that puts Lima down and Zapata follows for ground and pound. Lima though recovers quickly and is able to secure