MMA veteran Leslie Smith has inked a deal with Bellator. Continue reading “Leslie Smith signs Bellator, joins featherweight division”
MMA is a fast-paced sport– between constant fight announcements, booking changes, last minute replacements, and some unforuntate cancellations, all of the chaos can be hard to keep up with at times. Continue reading “2nd Quarter 2019 WMMA Schedule”
A battle of former Invicta FC featherweight champions has been added to UFC on ESPN+ 9 in Rochester, New York on May 18. Continue reading “Megan Anderson vs. Felicia Spencer added to UFC Rochester in May”
On July 12 in Oklahoma, the Bellator featherweight championship wil be defended. Continue reading “Julia Budd to defend featherweight title versus Olga Rubin on July 12”
Last night at Bellator 215 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncassville, Conn., featherweight and atomweight action highlighted the undercard. Continue reading “Bellator 215 results: Bell vs. Leibrock, VanZandt vs. Watkins”
Tonight at Invicta FC 34, some of MMA’s toughest ladies will do battle.The seven-fight event will be capped off by a highly anticipated flyweight championship match between Pearl Gonzalez and Vanessa Porto for the vacant flyweight title. On the undercard, a flyweight tournament is underway to crown the divisions next challenger. Who will emerge victorious? Continue reading “Invicta FC 34 Live Results: Porto vs. Gonzalez”
Tomorrow night, Invicta FC 34 will have one less bout than originally scheduled. Continue reading “Invicta FC 34 weigh-in results: Helena Kolesnyk misses weight by 10 pounds, bout vs. Faith McMah cancelled”
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”
For the female fighters in the UFC, 2018 was a great year. There were tons of great fights with sweet submissions and knockouts. If 2019 is anything like last year for the women in the UFC we are in for a wild and fun ride. Continue reading “The Champions: Who Should They Face And Will They Be Champions In 2020?”