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It’s interesting to see how there are some leaks in the press now about UFC media tactics and whether or not the organization is handling potential problems in the right fashion.
The legendary John Hackleman (thepit.tv) stops by to talk about the latest happenings at his school and how training is progressing for UFC Light Heavyweight contender Glover Teixeira. John has produced some prolific champions in the past and he’s not stopping any time soon.
Plus: After a five year hiatus, Fight Opinion Radio is back with a vengeance and we hold nothing back when it comes to addressing some of MMA’s most controversial topics including testosterone usage amongst fighters and random drug testing. Issues we were talking about five years ago have flared up into the mainstream press for consumption. Clairvoyance or just plain dumb luck? You decide.
Remember the days where UFC had 10 shows in a year? Try 10 shows in 12 weeks.
Consumer Affairs sent out a press release today touting Dr. VanBuren Ross Lemons’ new testosterone policy by spinning it in juxtaposition to Nevada’s recent reversal on giving fighters permission to use testosterone.
Time for us to bring back the mail bag segment on Fight Opinion. You got MMA questions you want us to answer? Fire away.
It may be the end of the beginning for the UFC on the testosterone problem in Mixed Martial Arts but what is next in the battle to combat doping?
One of the most influential foreigners ever in Japanese pro-wrestling history has died.
Belfort out of Weidman title fight, Machida in; The written/unwritten truths about the Nevada State Athletic Commission’s testosterone reversalThursday, February 27th, 2014
The Nevada State Athletic Commission changed their stance on allowing fighters to get permission slips to use anabolic steroids. But don’t fall for the dog-and-pony show in whole.
There are a lot of fights scheduled for March and a lot of fighters that fans might not be familiar with.
The UFC matched Bellator’s offer for Gilbert Melendez. Smart decision.
A busy month for UFC means there are some winners and there are some losers in terms of fan interest.
Is the UFC pushing their business model the same way McDonalds markets its franchises?
There is turmoil right now with the Nevada State & California State Athletic Commissions, but the situation in California is more concerning.« Previous Entries