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The Jon Jones interview on Fox Sports 1 about his cocaine usage was… a peculiar spectacle.
Conor McGregor did everything he said he was going to do against Dennis Siver in his Boston fight. Would the UFC fine a lesser-known fighter for the same behavior that McGregor exhibited against Jose Aldo after his fight?
Jon Jones reportedly quit rehab 24 hours after entering into a program over supposed issues with recreational usage of cocaine. The UFC will gladly promote his future fights and you will continue to pay to watch those fights.
It’s always been fashionable to hate Jon Jones but even his biggest detractors now agree that he has reached GSP-level in terms of status as an ace in the world of UFC.
Eight years after launching Fight Opinion, it seems the more things change in MMA the more they stay the same even with a high injury & burnout rate.
UFC was sued on Tuesday in San Jose (Northern District of California federal court) over alleged anti-trust violations. Even if the plaintiffs don’t win, they may be greasing the skids for future lawsuits against Zuffa.
A very controversial decision rendered by California State Athletic Commission boxing judges on Thursday night in Pechanga has caused an uproar for a one-sided TV fight.
The UFC is going to get a lot of heat for signing CM Punk, even on a night where Anthony Pettis showed why Las Vegas is all-in on marketing him as the pound-for-pound best MMA fighter.
A 1-9 California journeyman boxer lost to 62 year old Mickey Rourke in Russia. It’s our opinion that the California State Athletic Commission should step in and strip Seymour of his boxing license.
The Feds may really get their show trial regarding allegations of extortion of California athletic commissionThursday, November 27th, 2014
We may actually end up getting a show trial involving California state senator Leland Yee vs. the United States government in relation to allegations that Yee supposedly coerced bribes from individuals trying to keep the California State Athletic Commission alive.
A long-term absence forced me to look at the Mixed Martial Arts scene from outside the bubble. And what I see isn’t very encouraging for long-term growth.
Cain Velasquez is injured again. Injury seems to be the only thing preventing him from competing and winning on a regular schedule. Enjoy his fights while you can.
The UFC is supposedly experience a 50% growth in revenue from international TV deals and yet Standard & Poors has just downgraded their debt risk from BB to BB- due to future volatility. What is really going on here? Jeff Thaler & Zach Arnold compare & contrast the headlines regarding UFC’s future on this week’s edition of Fight Opinion Radio.« Previous Entries Next Entries »