On the day of Matt Bessette’s debut for Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender, I felt it would be a good time to pull this gem out of the archives.
Isaiah Longs is one of the most inspirational people I’ve ever met. This is his story.
Should MMA fans being rooting for or against Conor McGregor on August 26th? Is there even a right answer to that question?
It’s coming. You’ve undoubtedly heard whispers of its quiet approach. Perhaps you believe that it is already upon us, at least in a small capacity, waiting in the wings for the perfect moment to explode.
MMA Fighting underwent a massive rebranding this week, and I thought it would be a good time to pay homage to one of the sport’s great media outlets.
From here on out, MMA Mad Unfiltered will represent the creative side of the site you know and love. That is, after all, my bread and butter.
If you’re willing to roll the dice on this fight card, you could stumble upon some hidden gems. Let’s explore.
The UFC is heading to New Zealand and there’s plenty of intrigue if you know where to look.
This week, I’ll ignore my instinct to point out the negative and instead focus on the best parts of UFC 212. It was never my style to complain in a blog post. And yes, I realize that’s a terrible strategy for generating traffic. Call it integrity or whatever…
Sunday Sunday Sunday!! This is a Sunday morning card. That’s SUNDAY morning. Don’t forget…
Would you look at that. It appears as if we have a nice little fight card on our hands. Well it’s about time…
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