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Why does World Series of Fighting exist? Who’s behind it? Why is UFC so friendly to WSOF? It’s all about the politics.
The Fox Sports 1 telecast of UFC’s event this past Saturday at Mandalay Bay showed some judges not focused on the action on the cage. One judge in particular stood out. What was going on?
Would adopting PRIDE-style judging/scoring rules fix some of the problems plaguing MMA judging under the 10-point must system?
Jeremy Wall talks a walk down memory lane to look at the rise of Georges St. Pierre in the UFC Welterweight division and how Johny Hendricks has crashed the party for good.
The UFC finds itself in a position of having to do a lot more arm-twisting to get MMA legislation passed in the state of New York. There are two moves they could make that would produce political votes in their favor.
The UFC decided it was a good idea to plaster an image on their Twitter feed about their desire for “World Fucking Domination.” Then the image was yanked after online mockery.
Think it’s hard enough to keep up with all the UFC fight cards as a writer? Try being a fan where you have to pick and choose which shows are important.
The UFC claims publicly that they don’t want to sign Ben Askren. Where does he go next?
After Dana White ripped the mask off over UFC’s support of Vitor Belfort’s testosterone usage, Fox Sports finds itself in a public relations quandry that has eerie parallels to MLB in the late 90s.
A glut of MMA cable programming has made it harder to draw consistent television ratings and PPV buy rates. How will Bellator & UFC adjust in 2014 to today’s television reality?
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.« Previous Entries