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The battle over kids pankration in the state of California continues and so does the media onslaught.
After Bellator’s non-PPV PPV event on Saturday night from Long Beach, there are as many questions as there are answers regarding the company’s future.
Isn’t it amazing how MMA fighters who cry for a need to use testosterone are able to get on and off the magic T whenever they want to? Vitor Belfort says he doesn’t need to use testosterone for a title shot.
Good thing Josh Barnett is a contender in the UFC Heavyweight division so that his promoter will pay for “enhanced” random drug testing.
Yet more mismatches are in store for boxing fans with the Golden Boy telecast on FS1 this Monday. California is rubber stamping fight bookings that never should be approved in the first place.
The Bellator PPV from Long Beach has fallen apart due to Tito Ortiz being pulled the main event because of injury. So, the event is now on Spike TV.
Last week, boxer Francisco Leal became the latest combatant to die. The adults in the room didn’t step up and do their job in protecting Leal from his desire to continue fighting.
He’s not welcome in the state of Nevada, but Big John McCarthy is taking charge of politics in the California combat sports regulation sector.
If Paulie Malignaggi thinks boxing writers are spoiled brat fanboys, he’s never attended MMA press conferences before.
A busy slate of cards for UFC in October, including the struggling England card w/o Michael Bisping.
Days after Spike TV aired a great documentary on Frank Shamrock, ESPN aired an excellent 30-for-30 documentary on the second boxing match between Roberto Duran & Sugar Ray Leonard.
Rousimar Palhares got fired from the UFC because of bad sportsmanship. He didn’t get fired because he failed a drug test over nine months ago, however. Luca Fury asks why the UFC doesn’t have a consistent policy for punishing fighters who fail drug tests.
Spike TV aired one of the best MMA documentaries ever with Frank Shamrock: Bound By Blood. Powerful.« Previous Entries Next Entries »