With the excitement of revamped belt designs, the start of an ESPN era, and an endangered men’s flyweight division, there is one bout in particular at UFC Fight Night in Brooklyn that is soaring slightly under the radar. Continue reading “Striker’s Delight: ‘Bad Mofo JoJo’ welcomes the ‘Violence Queen’”
Only a few seconds are needed for an engaged WMMA fan to rattle off a list of fighters who have reportedly been assaulted by their partners. Continue reading “How You Can Combat Abuse in Combat Sports”
The UFC is starting off a new era with a new championship belt. Continue reading “UFC unveils new ‘Legacy’ Championship Belt”
In the UFC’s ESPN+ debut, two fan favorite flyweights will go to war in a hotly anticpated main card bout. Continue reading “UFC on ESPN+ 1 Keys to Victory: Paige VanZant vs Rachael Ostovich”
Tomorrow night, a new era in the UFC begins as the Octagon touches down in Brooklyn, New York, for the first card on ESPN. Continue reading “UFC Fight Night 143 weigh-in results: Flyweight action made official”
A featherweight title fight between Cindy Dandois and Gemma Pike will headline Staredown FC XIV on March 16 in Deurne, Belgium.
The bout was first reported by user @BigMarcel24 on Twitter.
Dandois (12-4) is coming off a decision loss to Olga Rubin in Bellator. The loss snapped a four-fight win streak for the taleted judoka.
Pike (1-2) will look to snap a two-fight skid in her first fight since 2017. She last face Katharina Lehner at Hype FC 7.
Double Champ Amanda Nunes does not appear to have any plans to return to the featherweight division anytime soon. Continue reading “Champ-Champ Amanda Nunes says she’s ‘done with 145,’ proposes Cris Cyborg vs. Kayla Harrison”
GLORY 64 will feature a super bantamweight championship rematch between champ Anissa Meksen and number one ranked contender Tiffany Van Soest. Continue reading “GLORY: Anissa Meksen to defend super bantamweight title against Tiffany Van Soest”
A former Invicta flyweight champion and current UFC flyweight contender is the latest fighter involved in a tainted supplement case. Continue reading “UFC’s Jennifer Maia accepts six-month USADA suspension after tainted supplement case”