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With a report claiming UFC has sold 15,000 tickets for their Saitama Super Arena event on February 26th, the alarm bells & panic meters are going off in the Japanese fight industry.
The current state of affairs in Japan is absolutely dreadful and the problems only seem to compound.
Will UFC allow Brock Lesnar to go back to the WWE? What will Antonio Inoki do now with the Satoshi Ishii experiment miserably failing?
Your match guide listing for the Inoki NYE event at Saitama Super Arena.
The collapse of K-1 as a major player was as big of a story in 2011 as Viacom’s purchase of Bellator. Here’s why…
A couple of high-profile MMA names are going to lose this weekend in big fashion. The question is, who is more likely to retire from MMA after their loss?
There’s a lot of symbolism with the 2011 Inoki NYE MMA card, both for historical & futuristic purposes.
Randy Couture would be excited to see a revival in Catch wrestling. Meanwhile, the Japanese are ready to move onto more destructive means of promoting wrestling & MMA.
In Japan, the expression ‘the more things change the more they stay the same’ is always appropriate to use.
Michael Bisping made a wise decision and backed off of his immediate challenge against Anderson Silva.
The full UFC Japan 2012 card line-up is a disappointment in terms of addressing the tastes of the Japanese fans.
Just when you think the bad news from Japan can’t stop flowing, a new layer of excrement hits the fan.
Too many turkeys in the MMA game today to even discuss on a frequent basis.« Previous Entries Next Entries »