My thoughts and reactions from UFC Fight Night 125 and the weigh-in’s. Why do we call it show money, Why do we look harshly on upon fighters who decline to face an overweight foe. Plus what should be done with UFC 222 and why TJ Dillashaw should take focused on DJ. Continue reading →
The Mangueirinho Gymnasium in Belem, Para, Brazil, hosts UFC Fight Night 125, headlined by a Middleweight match-up between former Light Heavyweight champion :Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida against prospect on the rise “Ya Boy” Eryk Anders. Continue reading →
This week Sal & Mika discuss, where Holly Holm goes, now that Amanda Nunes has been granted the title shot at UFC 200. We also review the action from UFC Fight Night 86 and preview UFC on Fox 19. Tim Means joins us to talk as much as he can about his case with USADA. And as always we talk about the local scene here in New Mexico. Continue reading →
Taking place at the Amalie arena in Tampa, Florida, will be the next UFC Fight Night on big Fox. The main event of UFC on Fox 19, April 16th, will see a battle between number 2 ranked contender Khabib “The Eagle” Nurmagomedov (22-0) & number 5 ranked contender Tony “El Cucuy” Ferguson (20-3).Continue reading →
UFC on Fox 15 is taking place at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey; and is headlined by Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida vs. Luke Rockhold. Lets hit the scales to make it all official. Continue reading →
It’s 4th of July weekend and the UFC is putting on 2 events in 2 days in Las Vegas, Nevada; starting with UFC 175 on Saturday, July 5th. UFC 175 features 2 title bouts with Lyoto Machid and Alex Davis challenging Chris Weidman and Ronda Rousey for UFC gold.
On Thursday February 27, it was announced that the NSAC (Nevada State Athletic Commisison) had banned TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy). Not long after the announcement, news then broke that TRT poster boy Vitor Belfort (24-10) had withdrawn from a UFC 173 Middleweight title shot at Chris Weidman (11-0), who will instead defend his title against former UFC Light Heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida (21-4).