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Sunday media reading material

By Zach Arnold | September 30, 2006

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  1. Newsweek: Blood, Guts: Ultimate Fighting is hot
  2. MMA HQ: Charles “Krazy Horse” Bennett in jail and in a lot of trouble
  3. MMA on Tap: Cage Rage 18 event results. The return of Alexandre Lungu! I demand a re-match between Lungu and James Thompson, right now.
  4. If the WWE has their obnoxious annual Diva Search, why can’t we have our own variation?
  5. Ivan Trembow: K-1’s plans for airing PPVS in America
  6. Boston Globe: In court, blogs can come back to dog the writers
  7. MMA Weekly: Josh Barnett ready for U.S. return
  8. Houston Chronicle: Is Houston ready for the UFC?

Topics: All Topics, Media, MMA, Zach Arnold | 3 Comments » | Permalink | Trackback |

3 Responses to “Sunday media reading material”

  1. Ivan Trembow says:

    Heck of a quote from the Newsweek article: “With input from the Nevada and New Jersey state athletic commissions, [Dana] White adopted new rules and has so far persuaded 22 states to sanction mixed martial arts.”

  2. Zach Arnold says:

    Don’t talk bad about the MMA Godfather, Ivan. After all, he’s showing up at the PRIDE 10/21 Las Vegas show… must be to give it his blessing, or something.

  3. Mr1000Cent says:

    Or, Dana White is going to play a “Mr. McMahon” role at the Pride FC show and claim that Josh Barnett can not fight on the Las Vegas show because he has papers that say Barnett hasn’t been cleared by the Nevada state athletic commission to fight. And that is how the interpromotional feud starts.


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