A Look at the MMA Career of Quinton “Rampage” Jackson
This weekend’s loss to Glover Teixeira may be Quinton “Rampage” Jackson‘s final appearance in UFC. The fight was the final one of Jackson’s contract, so now the question becomes whether he’ll re-sign or look to see if Bellator or […]
Nostalgia: Hayato Sakurai vs Frank Trigg
At one point, Hayato Sakurai could have been considered a top pound-for-pound fighter in the world. He was 16-0-2 and the Shooto 168 pound champion. In late 2000, he took on Frank Trigg, who was 7-0. Trigg of course would […]
Nostalgia: Gegard Mousasi wins via upkick
At one point, a fair number of people thought Gegard Mousasi was the next Fedor Emelianenko. This was before Fedor lost 3 in a row and Mousasi got wrestledeathed by Muhammad Lawal. Still, Mousasi has an impressive record and great […]
Like / Follow Us!
October 2011 World MMA Rankings: Bantamweights
Beating Demetrious Johnson, Urijah Faber, Scott Jorgensen, Joseph Benavidez, and Brian Bowles in his last 5 fights have cemented Dominick Cruz’s place as the best bantamweight fighter in the world and a top pound for pound candidate. Here’s how the […]
World MMA Rankings: The Flyweight Division
Dana White has stated that the UFC is still going to be adding a flyweight division, though there have been some delays in the plans. The flyweights are an extremely entertaining division, and it would also be interesting to see […]
The 10 best knockouts of all time
With Wanderlei Silva’s MMA future in doubt after getting knocked out by Chris Leben (among others), we may have lost one of the most exciting standup fighters in MMA history. Wanderlei holds the record for most wins AND most knockouts […]
Should Nate Marquardt have been fired on Saturday?
On The MMA Hour (June 28, 2011 edition) with Ariel Helwani, Nate Marquardt and his manager explained that he had been on testosterone replacement therapy, which caused a similar problem to what happened with Chael Sonnen and his last fight. […]
Jorge Santiago gets 2nd shot at UFC stardom
After producing a Fight of the Year candidate in Japan, Jorge Santiago has come back to the UFC for a 2nd go around. In his 1st UFC foray, he went 1-2. Santiago proceeded to win his next 9 matches, capturing […]
Happy trails, DREAM?
Unfortunately for those who have followed Shinya Aoki, Joachim Hansen, and other fighters who have spent most of their careers in Japan, Japanese MMA has increasingly been in dire straits. After the annual New Year’s Eve major event, there was […]
Featuring Dan Henderson, Anderson Silva, Brian Ebersole, Shonie Carter (sort of) and more, by request here are an array of knockouts past and present, posted and not yet posted, that are worthy of another viewing. Because let’s face it, the […]