Zeroing in on an Ultimate Fighting Championship return once thought unlikely, Nate Marquardt has one last piece of unfinished business to handle in Strikeforce.
Tarec Saffiedine converted his right leg into a meat tenderizer, and Nate Marquardt provided him with the meat.
Strikeforce officially came to a close on Saturday night, and it really was a storybook ending with one of the fighters who had been with the promotion for the past three years walking away ...
The morning after the fight, Marquardt shared a picture of his leg on his official Facebook page.
Tuesday's edition of MMAWeekly Radio features the main event from Strikeforce this weekend with Nate Marquardt and Tarec Saffiedine stopping by as well as the best debate in MMA.
On the cusp of his UFC return, Nate Marquardt is hopeful to get back in the Octagon, but won't look past his Strikeforce title defense against Tarec Saffiedine.
Strikeforce will finally crown a new welterweight champion come July 14 as Tyron Woodley faces former UFC fighter Nate Marquardt.
Gilbert Melendez is no longer the big fish in the small pond.
After turning down an opportunity to face Carlos Condit, Tarec Saffiedine has been chomping at the bit to receive a new assignment. Now that's he's got it, "Sponge" couldn't be happier.
In his first appearance in more than a year, Ultimate Fighting Championship featherweight titleholder Jose Aldo faces perhaps the most difficult test of his career.