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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.
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.
A busy slate of cards for UFC in October, including the struggling England card w/o Michael Bisping.
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.
We know about pugilistica dementia in combat sports. It doesn’t mean that the risks have lessened in today’s combat sports world, however, and vigilance is needed more than ever.
The complaints are starting to amount about Andy Foster as boss of the California State Athletic Commission. A year into the job as Executive Officer, he is facing an image problem with officials who feel there is a crisis in leadership.
A month into The Ultimate Fighter on FS1 with Ronda Rousey & Miesha Tate, the ratings haven’t been so hot. Why?
Keith Kizer won’t be getting the boot any time soon. You’ll still have this arrogant punching bag to kick around when it comes to bad decisions made by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
Is Josh Barnett one win away from a title shot? Is he really in the driver’s seat?
UFC’s two September cards may be flying under the radar, but you’re still going to watch.
What great timing. Keith Kizer will be assigning officials to work the Tim Bradley/Juan Manuel Marquez fight for October 12th.
Keith Kizer’s job security is on the ropes — and he knows it. Hoping that sacrificial lamb Cynthis Ross’s departure will help take the pressure off of him, now is the time to ratchet up the heat and pursue real change.« Previous Entries Next Entries »