Heading off to work with BJ Penn, Pat Healy believes that his win over Mizuto Hirota proves he's ready for and has earned a Strikeforce lightweight title shot.
After five consecutive victories, the question begs to be asked, will Pat Healy finally get a shot at Strikeforce lightweight champion Gilbert Melendez?
It'd be easy for Pat Healy to dwell on his recent back luck, including two promised title fight with then-Strikeforce lightweight champion Gilbert Melendez that never materialized. But he sa...
World-ranked lightweight Gilbert Melendez now has a date and opponent for his next Strikeforce title defense.
All the guessing about Gilbert Melendez’s next opponent came to a halt on Wednesday when Strikeforce announced that its lightweight champion would square off with Pat Healy on Sept. 29.
Pat Healy will be the latest Strikeforce competitor to step into Octagon, as UFC officials recently announced that “Bam Bam” will square off with Jim Miller at UFC 159.
Kurt Holobaugh made certain Pat Healy earned his paycheck.
Despite a stellar year in 2012, Pat Healy has no guarantees that he's making the trip to the UFC unless he wins his fight at Strikeforce: Marquardt vs. Saffiedine on Saturday night.
Undefeated prospect Kurt Holobaugh has received the call to step in on short notice and face Pat Healy next weekend at Strikeforce's final show in Oklahoma City.
It has been more than a year since Dana White first declared Gilbert Melendez was making the move to the Octagon. A lengthy, torturous wait is likely to result in an immediate title shot.