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A mixed bag for UFC’s 2013 return to Japan.
A heavily gaijin-booked card headlines GLORY’s 2012 NYE event at Saitama Super Arena.
Fedor remains the most popular MMA fighter in Japan. Takanori Gomi ranks third.
Only one notable fight has been signed for a New Year’s Eve show — and it’s not for the Saitama Super Arena show promoted by GLORY.
UFC will start a Japan series of shows starting in 2013 to recruit new talent.
Pancrase has new management and a new business plan.
Bas Boon of Golden Glory is going after K-1 and petitioning for bankruptcy in Tokyo District Court.
What we’re witnessing on RAW with Brock Lesnar’s return feels like deja vu all over again for Japanese pro-wrestling fans.
Deciphering K-1’s 2012 announced plans.
Five years later, the Japanese fight scene is burnt to a crisp after PRIDE’s demise.
Everything has gone to hell in Japan.
Miro Mijatovic comments on how PRIDE was politically destroyed.
Too many people are focusing on the wrong aspects of Rampage Jackson’s controversial interview with Fighter’s Only. It’s time to recalibrate the discussion and focus on what really matters.« Previous Entries Next Entries »