Cage Warriors is on a slight break right now following its double-bill a month ago, but when it returns, it plans to return with vigor. Filed under: Cage Warriors, MMA Rumors, News more
Cage Warriors is stepping up its shoulder programming game with the debut of a new series: “Legends of Cage Warriors.”Filed under: Cage Warriors, Featured Videos, News, Videos more
Watch the first in a series of documentaries titled “Legends of Cage Warriors,” which features former UFC fighter Rosi Sexton. more
Cage Warriors has locked up several of its best fighters with new contracts, the promotion announced. Filed under: Cage Warriors, MMA Rumors, News more
It’s been a bit of a roller coaster ride for Stevie Ray since he signed with Cage Warriors, but with a new deal in place, he’s hoping for some stability as far as his title is concerned. Filed under: Cage Warriors, MMA Rumors, News more
The lineup is nearly complete for next month’s Cage Warriors 70 event, which streams live on MMAjunkie.Filed under: Cage Warriors, MMA Rumors, News more
BE's striking specialist Connor Ruebusch, having already delved into the crap, now turns to the good moments from UFC 174, including Demetrious Johnson's exhibition of technical clinching against Ali Bagautinov. A few bad apples can spoil the whole bushel. That was certainly the case with UFC 174 which, like a bad bunch of apples, left a sour taste in the mouths of fans. Perhaps this was the UFC's fault, for putting together the most underwhelming pay-per-view lineup since UFC 161, but we've all more
Renzo thinks that five minute rounds in the UFC hurts the grappling in MMA.
Member of the family that idealized the UFC, Renzo Gracie isn't satisfied with the current rules of the organization. The Jiu-Jitsu master thinks that grappling exchanges can't develop in a fight because of the time limit and 10 minute round - like in Pride - would be more appropriate, according to his interview to MSN. The MMA of today isn't set for Jiu-Jitsu fighters, I have no doubt of it. What a ground fighter can do more
But cautions that her idea of a "break" is probably much different than Georges St. Pierre's.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey, has 12 fights in just under four years, dating back to her amateur mixed martial arts (MMA) debut in August 2010, and will have No. 13 in less than two weeks.
It's time for a break.
Even when "Rowdy" isn't fighting, she's keeping herself busy outside of combat sports. The Olympian has been tearing up the silver screen with more