MMA and professional wrestling have long been discussed in the same breath. Conor McGregor seems like he was made to conquer the real and fake fighting game. Here are 10 fighters who would be great pro wrestlers.
After a scintillating UFC welterweight championship war, Carlos Condit should be next for champion Robbie Lawler.
By the time CM Punk enters the Octagon, if he does at all, one has to wonder whether anyone will care.
Leading up to his rematch with Daniel Cormier at UFC 197, Jon Jones was caught driving without a license and registration.
Stephen Thompson became the first to finish Johny Hendricks and should now be seen as a contender for the title.
Both at a crossroads in the UFC's 155-pound division, Nate Diaz vs. Dustin Poirier would make for an epic encounter.
In his long awaited return, former UFC champion Anderson Silva is embracing the role as villain in Michael Bisping's backyard.
After steamrolling through the featherweight division, Frankie Edgar has earned the right to challenge Conor McGregor in his next fight.
Things are getting interesting ahead of UFC 196. The headlining fight at that March 5 pay-per-view event will see UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor move up to lightweight to face the champion of that division Rafael dos Anjos. If McGregor succeeds he will become the first UFC fighter to hold belts in two different divisions simultaneously. The oddsmakers have McGregor as the favorite ahead of the fight. UFC president Dana White doesn’t necessarily hold the same opinion.
Dr. AnnMaria De Mars is the first woman ever to win a gold medal at the World Judo Championship doing so in 1984. She is also the mother of former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. Further she may be the most vocal critic of Rousey’s coach Edmond Tarverdyan. Appearing on Submission Radio De Mars once again spoke out on Tarverdyan commenting on Rousey’s loss to Holly Holm at UFC 193. “I predicted it in advance Ronda trained with an idiot and a fraud” said De Mars.