Lightweights, flyweights, welterweights, and featherweights take stage right for UFC Fight Night: Te Huna vs. Marquardt in Auckland, New Zealand. Who matches up well against who and who should be winning you money?
I totally haven't forgotten there are two UFC cards this weekend.
Because the UFC will be bigger than soccer one day?
Speaking of, have you been watching?
Of course not. I'm American.
I'm happy that your definition of American is avoiding all things not American, but I think more
If you're not busy this week, there is plenty of UFC to be watched. That's because they will be holding events twice on Saturday.
The second event of the weekend comes live on Fox Sports 1 from San Antonio. Headlined by featherweight contenders Cub Swanson and Jeremy Stephens, the event promises to be exciting from the top to the bottom.
UFC 174 was good to me when it came to the prelim predictions. I keep separating myself from the .500 mark, as I continue to climb up the win percentage ladder. more
If you're not busy this week, there is plenty of UFC to be watched. That's because the promotion will be holding two events on Saturday.
The first event will be UFC Fight Night 43 in New Zealand, which airs exclusively on Fight Pass at 5 a.m. ET. Headlined by New Zealander James Te Huna and Nate Marquardt, the card has a bunch of prospects who are fighting for name recognition.
UFC 174 was good to me when it came to the prelim predictions. It kept separating me from the .500 mark, as I continue more
Only five fights highlight the Fox Sports 1 undercard for UFC Fight Night: Swanson vs. Stephens in Spurs country. What names should you know, and what names will you forget?
Are there any non MMA topics worth discussing? Other than that monarch butterflies use Earth's magnetic field to navigate when it's cloudy?
Besides boring science stuff. I wish I could call in sick on Friday to gorge myself on the NHL draft and a plate of biscuits and gravy, but alas...duty calls.
Mmm...biscuits and gravy... more
The team of analysts for the UFC on Fox Sports 1 and Fox broadcasts has been providing the most in-depth coverage that mixed martial arts has seen in its 20 years of existence.
With a collection of seasoned fight veterans and a handful of well-versed hosts at the helm, the people who work the pre- and post-fight shows for the UFC have consistently raised the bar.
The UFC's hectic 2014 campaign is in full swing and that means Jon Anik is a very busy man. The Massachusetts native has become a stap more
For the two or three of you still amused by retired mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Don Frye, I present to you the "Predator Picks" for the UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida" pay-per-view (PPV) event, which takes place this Saturday night (July 5, 2014) inside Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. All the usual talking points are here, including misogyny, irrevocable scrotum damage, crackheads, and more. Enjoy! more
Urijah Faber inexplicably ends up on the Fox Sports 1 undercard for UFC 175 at the Mandalay Bay in Vegas against 'Bruce Leeroy' Alex Caceres. Read on for an analysis of the only matchup worth watching. I hear your Dallas Stars won the NHL arms race yesterday. Congrats.
Yes, Jim Nill is awesome. Getting Spezza to potentially center a second line with Hemsky and Nichushkin sounds fantastic with Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn hopefully getting any one of the many right wingers in our sys more
The biggest weekend of the year for MMA is upon us, and leading the way is UFC 175. Headlined by two championship fights, the event has a big feel to it and could go down as one of the great events in UFC history.
Chris Weidman defends his title against Lyoto Machida, while Ronda Rousey defends her strap against Alexis Davis. Before those main features, though, we have a stacked preliminary card full of promising prospects and established vets.
Last weekend, I was just above the .500 mark. After more
The preliminary card of tonight's (Sat., July 5, 2014) UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida" event at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, closed with former WEC kingpin Urijah Faber battling Alex Caceres in a sort of main event for the "free" portion of the card.
Faber claimed he wanted this position because it would give him more exposure.
Well, he got it, and he made the most of it.
"The California Kid" put the pressure on early, working for a quick takedown. Caceres avoided it for a more