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Mike Goldberg, UFC play-by-play man extraordinaire, has occasionally had to work ‘hurt’ while on the job.
Dana White says that if anyone has a problem with insensitive comments or slurs that come out of the mouths of UFC fighters, then don’t watch his product and change the channel.
One FC makes its debut Saturday night at Singapore Indoor Stadium. Why do so many people have such high hopes for this promotion?
Ben Grossman of Broadcasting & Cable explains how the 7-year TV deal between UFC & Fox came about.
Julien Solomita writes about the importance of having a real, solid support system in a fighter’s corner for both training and actual fight time.
Eventually, we will have to see Anderson Silva vs. Georges St. Pierre because the two men are running out of opponents. Dana White agrees.
Who can stop Anderson Silva on his home turf? No one.
Dana White likes what he sees in the Brazilian press. The American media? Not so much.
Are the top fights at UFC 134 really that competitive? Let’s turn to various MMA writers and get their opinions on the matter.
Lorenzo Fertitta explains why UFC 134 is such a big event for the company’s future in Brazil.
Joe Rogan wants you to understand why Frankie Edgar vs. Gray Maynard III is such an important fight. Plus, can Fedor make a come back as a successful MMA fighter?
New Muay Thai professional league starts on September 2nd in Los Angeles.
What message was Fox Sports boss David Hill trying to say when he dismissed boxing and praised UFC as the blood sport of a new generation of sports fans?« Previous Entries