One of the better Pay-Per-View events of the year from top-to-bottom took place on Saturday in Dallas, Texas. UFC 228 had incredible fights all card long. The three women’s fights did not fail to produce (as usual). Continue reading “What’s next for UFC 228’s winning fighters?”
UFC Lincoln turned out to be a cracking fight card. Continue reading “What’s next for UFC Lincoln’s winning fighters?”
Two weeks separated two of the best female champions in all of MMA from showing the world why they are the indeed the best. Continue reading “Who’s next for Bellator champions Ilima-Lei Macfarlane and Julia Budd?”
UFC Chile was a card that featured three women’s fights– two of which were on the main card. Continue reading “What’s next for the winning fighters of #UFCChile?”
The UFC Women’s Strawweight division is one of the deepest in the promotion. Continue reading “Four fights for the strawweight division in 2018”
All six women who fought on the UFC 223 card got through what was one of the most hectic fights weeks in MMA history. With all of the drama that ensued leading up to fight day, none of the women’s fights were in jeopardy of being scrapped.
Now that the fights are over, where do the six fighters go from here? WMMA Rankings can help the UFC matchmakers figure out what to do next! Continue reading “What’s next for the women of #UFC223?”
Ronda Rousey has left the UFC Octagon, transitioned into the WWE ring, and now has a new undertaking – fighter manager! Continue reading ““Rowdy” Ronda Rousey ventures into fighter management”
MMA’s top promotion, UFC, has a ton of talent on its roster– and the women’s flyweight division is no exception. Continue reading “Fights to make in UFC’s flyweight division”
Bellator’s Women’s Flyweight division has a ton of young talent. Champion Ilima-Lei Macfarlane is at the top of Bellator’s Flyweight mountain looking down. With so much talent in the division where does Bellator go next? These are four fights Bellator should make in the coming months. Continue reading “Fights to make in Bellator’s flyweight division”
5 weight class boxing champion Amanda Serrano, who is managed by former UFC champion Miesha Tate, is set to make her long-awaited MMA debut.