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UFC makes a big splash in Washington D.C. with a mystery show that Versus won’t advertise very much.
Dana White’s declaration that UFC is going to run a show in Las Vegas at the same time as their Japanese event says a whole lot about how Zuffa views the world politically and in terms of their overall business plan.
Jordan Breen says that black UFC fighters struggle to earn respect from fans & media, especially Jon Jones.
Jon Jones’ striking coach, Mike Winkeljohn, explains how Jon is progressing as a fighter and why Anderson Silva likely doesn’t want a piece of Bones.
Now that Jon Jones dispatched of Rampage Jackson, where do we go from here?
A look at UFC’s two big shows for September 2011.
This weekend’s UFC 135 event will clear up a lot of questions that people have about Jon Jones. Plus — Dana White claims GSP is the king of UFC PPV. Really?
A look at the Strikeforce cards for September 2011.
Former UFC veteran Jeff Monson asks legendary trainer Pat Miletich why America isn’t a terrorist organization.
Nobody gives a more professional interview than Big John McCarthy, so it’s not surprise that his new book is as good as you would imagine it to be.
Dana White says that the uncooperative nature of BJ Penn to play the media game is why he’s not as big of a star as he could have been in MMA.
Bas Rutten did a lengthy sit-down interview with Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and the results were as awesome as you would expect.
Bas Boon comments on Alistair Overeem’s signing with the UFC and what the status of Golden Glory is.« Previous Entries