Don't expect anyone at Team Takedown to break out the party hats over a championship rematch against Robbie Lawler, but at least it's better than having to go through another Georges St. Pierre camp.
When you fight Georges St. Pierre, you don't have to be worried about getting knocked out.
That's according to Marc Laimon, who will once again prepare Johny Hendricks for a welterweight title fight against Robbie Lawler, after the "Ruthless" contender disposed of Matt Brown in the UFC on FOX 12 mai more
B.J. Penn entered The Ultimate Fighter 19 yearning for a storybook finale to his already fabled fighting career. By the end though, his last act was simply another cruel reminder that the young devour the old in this unforgiving sport, and Father Time waits for no man, regardless of how celebrated or decorated they may be.
For the third time in as many tries, Penn fell short to Frankie Edgar on Sunday night. The weight class may have changed, and the stakes may have lessened, but this ending was more
Will he or won't he? You'll have to watch Inside MMA on AXS TV to find out.
Unless he's moving up to middleweight, Georges St. Pierre probably isn't coming back to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) before year's end, unless stuffing your face with a creamy cone is the latest fad in mixed martial arts (MMA) weight management.
Not that I'm judging, mind you.
The good news is, we may finally find out if and when the former 170-pound kingpin will make his return to the cage, as "Rush" is schedule more
And from the sound of it, there isn't one.
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight kingpin Georges St. Pierre is no closer to making his return to mixed martial arts (MMA), because he hasn't found the "fire" to compete again and is currently enjoying his hiatus from combat sports.
"Rush" spoke to the gang at Inside MMA during an interview that aired last Friday night (July 11, 2014) on AXS TV. "I needed this. To be happy, I needed it. I lost the motivation. The feeling that I wa more
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight kingpin Georges St. Pierre believes mixed martial arts (MMA) should implement Olympic drug testing, but from an agency that is not influenced by the money or power of certain organizations. more
The incomparable Steph Daniels has presented this video of former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight champion and cone-tastic super athlete Georges St. Pierre getting his surgically-repaired leg rubbed down by a therapist employing the Winback machine, as part of his Tecar Therapy at the Kessler Clinic in Southern California. When you have the kind of coin that "Rush" has, you can afford to travel the globe and get the best care possible (and use fancy machines like this) and all more
A quick look back at the B.J. Penn vs. Frankie Edgar fight along with complete results for the finale card for The Ultimate Fighter 19.
UFC 31 feels like a lifetime ago. I was getting ready to graduate from high school and still finding ways to feed my MMA habit when B.J. Penn exploded onto the scene with a destruction of Joey Gilbert. His explosive striking mixed with his Brazilian jiu-jitsu bona fides made him seem like one of the most special individuals to ever step into the cage.
Now isn't more
“My best moment in the UFC, I guess now that I look back, it’s the two belts in the two weight classes,” B.J. Penn said after retiring from MMA. Filed under: News, UFC more
Looking back on one of MMA's most skilled, beloved and controversial fighters
I suppose it's like the ticking crocodile, isn't it? Time is chasing after all of us.
- J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan
We like to quantify greatness. We're not just interested in who is the "greatest of all time", we want to be able to count from #1 to #2 to #3. In combat sports, we count up wins and losses, weigh up methods of victory and strength of competition.
B.J. Penn was once in the conversation as one of the greatest i more