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Ronda Rousey’s appearance at Wrestlemania 2015 melted the Internet down on Sunday night. It’s the perfect symbol for what has become a tense but mutually beneficial relationship between UFC & WWE.
We know Brock Lesnar will be sticking around with WWE after deciding not to return to UFC. The question: how did he manage to build up so much leverage?
Another champion on the biggest stage of MMA trained by Rafael Cordeiro.
Governor Jerry Brown appointed his brother-in-law to the California State Athletic Commission, further politicizing an agency that has been the subject of political tug-of-wars for many years.
Violence all over the UFC 184 card at the Staples Center. The UFC has their female Mike Tyson with Ronda Rousey, but where are they going to find challengers that the public will buy into as a threat?
The politicos in Sacramento are gearing up for four more years of the state’s Athletic Commission.
If Brock Lesnar wants to jump back to the UFC, he’ll have a very familiar opponent ready and waiting for him to fight.
In California, the Athletic Commission is now using job performance reports relying on anonymous judges scoring fights.
I’m still not fully sure on how UFC is going to implement more stringent drug testing protocols for their fighters, but they talked tough at their Wednesday press conference in Las Vegas.
Even politicians in Sacramento know that athletic commissions should be saying “no” to fighters wanting exemptions to use testosterone.
A million new questions must be asked after both Anderson Silva & Nick Diaz failed drug tests administered by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
If you have the right connections, you can get paid good money to work for the California State Athletic Commission.
Anderson Silva’s comeback fight with Nick Diaz produced a successful result… but was it the end? Plus, Chris Weidman won’t be fighting Vitor Belfort at Staples Center. What now?« Previous Entries Next Entries »