I would like to preface this skillfully written Editorial (I think it’s an editorial?) by noting that I am not one to take a shot at other MMA Journalists. I have said on record multiple times that any mainstream MMA coverage is good for the sport. Today, I take a stance that unfortunately goes against … Continue reading The Call for Robbie Fox’s Immediate Termination from MMA at Barstool Sports
Wednesdays suck, plain and simple. They don’t suck in the way that Monday sucks, but ever since that Geico “Hump Day” commercial with the annoying camel aired they have been a close second. Even years after it has left the networks (although I’m sure BT Sports still shows it) there are still those handful of … Continue reading Immediate Reaction: Jon Jones Tests Positive Post UFC 214
Yesterday, UFC veteran and color commentator Brian Stann shocked the MMA world with his departure from the UFC Broadcasting squad. Stann cited a great opportunity in real estate as his reason for leaving the spot (looks like Al Iaquinta might be onto something…). Stann’s beginnings in commentary were shaky at best, but in recent memory … Continue reading The Top 3 Color Commentators in MMA
On Wednesday the NSAC made a ruling that very few people in Combat Sports Society saw coming. They ruled in favor of 8 ounce gloves to be used in the Mayweather vs. McGregor fight only a little over a week away. Any change made by the NSAC is headlining news because it is rarely seen, … Continue reading Do 8 oz. Gloves Effect Mayweather vs. McGregor?
Everytime I think about Mount Rushmore, I am absolutely boggled it exists. What insane humans cared enough about the “greatest presidents” to climb up the side of this huge rock and carve their faces into it. On top of that, did they not know time changes everything? It’s going to cost a ton of money … Continue reading The Mount Rushmore of MMA
If a fighter gets finished in the first round and nobody hears it did it actually happen? What about if that same thing happens seven times on 1 fight card? This is exactly what happened during the 12 fight card in Mexico on Saturday, August 5th. SEVEN first round finishes that nobody saw so they … Continue reading The UFC Mexico Tree Falls in the Woods
During the leadup to UFC 214 between Jon Jones and Daniel Cormier the storyline focused on just how important this fight was to the UFC’s Light Heavyweight Division and the possibility of it being between the two greatest Light Heavyweights ever. All of this talk got me wondering just who are the greatest light heavyweights … Continue reading The Top 5 UFC Light Heavyweights of All-Time, J-Man Edition