We discuss Mike Perry’s terrible broken nose (and his reaction) after his fight with Vicente Luque, the return of Nate Diaz and what Daniel Cormier is going to have to do to beat Stipe Miocic a second time.
We talk about Colby Covington’s suffocating victory over Robbie Lawler and how important Covington’s odious schtick has been to getting him where he is today. Plus, Cris Cyborg’s “production team” undercuts our goodwill for her and the UFC heads to Uruguay.
We talk about Max Holloway’s impressive decision win over Frankie Edgar at UFC 240, where Cris Cyborg might land next and try not to get our hopes up for possible schadenfreude from Covington vs. Lawler.
We talk about Leon Edwards’ unanimous decision win over Rafael dos Anjos from UFC on ESPN 4 and what it’s going to take “Rocky” to break through in the minds of MMA fans. Plus, UFC 240 goes down Saturday in Edmonton and — sigh — Jon Jones is in trouble again.
Sometimes it seems like Germaine de Randamie is forever shrouded in controversy. Even her 16-second TKO win over Aspen Ladd Saturday at UFC Fight Night 155 likely won’t be good enough to make her a No. 1 contender, owing to outcry over an early stoppage. In addition to that, we talk about Urijah Faber’s surprise win over Ricky Simon and look ahead to UFC on ESPN 4.
We discuss all things UFC 239, including: Jon Jones’ lack of urgency against an injured Thiago Santos, Amanda Nunes pulling a Holly Holm on Holly Holm, Jorge Masvidal becoming a “breakout” star after 16 years and 47 fights and much, much more!
After Francis Ngannou dusted Junior dos Santos in 71 seconds at UFC on ESPN 3, is he a little bit of takedown defense away from being a transformative figure in the heavyweight division? Plus, we look at UFC 239’s dueling title fights.
We look at Chan Sung Jung’s big win over Renato Moicano, investigate the buyers’ remorse of the people who tuned in to see Artem Lobov vs. Paul Malignaggi at BKFC 6 and look forward to the heavyweight banger at UFC on ESPN 3.
We discuss Rory MacDonald advancing to the final of the Bellator welterweight grand prix, Chael Sonnen calling it a career all over again and Fedor Emelianenko announcing his “farewell tour.” Wait, is that a thing?
A full slate of UFC 238 recap, including Cejudo’s shocking come-from-behind men’s bantamweight title win and Donald Cerrone losing a fight by blowing his nose. Plus, Bellator 222 is a snapshot of everything Scott Coker loves, for better and worse.