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Kimbo Slice was the second biggest TV attraction in modern day Mixed Martial Arts, only behind the legendary Kazushi Sakuraba. It’s why his death on Monday night at the age of 42 has drawn major headlines in North America.
Jared Shaw calls Dana White stupid for abandoning Kimbo Slice.
A unique look at some MMA headlines you might have missed on other sites this week.
Who gets the most credit for making the Kimbo Slice experiment work in MMA? UFC? Gary Shaw? Or someone else?
Jared Shaw says that he’s done a lot of growing up… in the last year. He wants to come back to MMA. I guess he can bring back Jeremy Lappen, too.
Pro Elite is not dead. So, what are they up to exactly?
Undoubtedly, there is financial pressure on Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva to take Sengoku’s offer to fight on January 4th at Saitama Super Arena and risk losing his license to fight in America due to his drug suspension.
UFC President Dana White told the Hawaiian media on Thursday that due to the state’s new tax laws on MMA events, it appears untenable for UFC to run a live event in the state.
Can Zombie Elite XC be saved from a Showtime asset fire sale?
Pro Elite management claims that they are still working on getting new financing for the company. Zombie Elite XC lives on.
Gary Shaw says that he would be interested in coming back into the MMA world as long as Dana White ‘loosened his grip’ on controlling the industry.
It’s Pro Elite management versus Showtime in an effort to stop the auctioning off of Elite XC’s assets, including fighter contracts, on November 17th.
Randy Couture said that he hopes fighters get health insurance and retirement pensions. Didn’t he have a chance to fight for these things during his contractual dispute with UFC?« Previous Entries