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UFC heavyweight Josh Barnett is open to the suggested Jared Rosholt fight, but doubts he will be back in the octagon anytime soon.
Josh Barnett is in no rush to get back into the octagon.
The former heavyweight champion has not been seen in MMA action since his last octagon outing at UFC 168, where he lost to Travis Browne in the opening minute of the bout.
Since then, Barnett has filmed a straight-to-DVD movie in Romania with Steven Seagal and Vinnie Jones titled "Mercenary: Absolution." Most r read news >>
When will "The Warmaster" return to the Octagon? Josh Barnett says he isn't too sure, as his projects away from the cage have been keeping him pretty busy as of late.
Since losing to Travis Browne at UFC 168 back on Dec. 28, 2013 (video), not much has been heard from Josh Barnett, as far as the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) side of things is concerned.
"The Warmaster" has been keeping pretty busy outside of the Octagon, though, as he recently competed in the co-main event of Metamoris 4 a read news >>
Josh Barnett looks back at his win at Metamoris and ahead to what's next for him. read news >>
Josh Barnett had an answer on Monday for Jared Rosholt, the UFC heavyweight fighter who recently called Barnett out over Twitter.
"It's unusual for someone to actually call me out for once," the former UFC heavyweight champion said on Monday's edition of The MMA Hour. "But I mean, I guess if there was a possibility to make that fight, I would show the world exactly why I'm not the one call out."
Just don't expect Barnett to rearrange his schedule to make the fight. Barnett hasn't been seen in th read news >>
The MMA Hour is back in your life on Monday. Below is a rundown of who will be stopping by and when:
1:00 p.m. ET -- MMAFighting.com's Chuck Mindenhall will look back at UFC Fight Night Maine.
1:20 p.m. -- New Bellator president Scott Coker will discuss the state of the promotion in his first extended interview since replacing Bjorn Rebney.
1:45 p.m. -- UFC hall-of-famer Stephan Bonnar will talk about what he's been up to and what's next for him.
2:05 p.m. -- Retired fighter Din Thomas will disc read news >>
BANGOR, Maine – UFC President Dana White is disgusted by the alleged domestic assault cases at the hands of MMA fighters War Machine and Josh Grispi.Filed under: Bellator, News, UFC read news >>
Brock Lesnar just doesn't go away in the world of MMA, and UFC heavyweight Josh "The Warmaster" Barnett is always ready to talk. Put them together and some fun soundbites emerge. Recently, WWE manager Paul Heyman sat down with Fox Sports' Damon Martin to talk about Lesnar's UFC career and how the former heavyweight champ's battle with diverticulitis affected his ceiling in the sport. Heyman made his thoughts perfectly clear, and his considerable praise of Lesnar left no lingering question marks. read news >>
Only one way to find out for sure.
It seems WWE manager Paul Heyman is making the media rounds ahead of this weekend's SummerSlam wrasslin' pay-per-view (PPV) and since Brock Lesnar is in the main event, it's no surprise the conversation circles back to his exploits inside the Octagon.
"If Brock Lesnar ever fought healthy in the UFC, I don't see any fighter that could have touched him," Heyman told FOX Sports, though it seems not everyone is in agreement regarding the former heavyweight champion read news >>
Kaitlyn Grispi said she will not throw husband Josh Grispi out of her life despite multiple abuse charges and horrific allegations of violence.Filed under: News read news >>
Despite the horrific stories of being abused by UFC veteran Josh Grispi, his wife is still looking forward to trying to save their marriage.
Former UFC fighter Josh Grispi made headlines last week following a horrific instance of domestic violence. According to reports, Grispi chased his wife, Kaitlyn Grispi, down, punched her in the face, dragged her into the home, continued punching and kicking her before having their pitbull attack her.
Police on the scene told local news that it was the wors read news >>
Because "he can get better with help."
Authorities called it "the worst case of domestic abuse they've ever seen."
But Josh Grispi's wife, Kaitlyn Grispi, doesn't understand what all the hullabaloo is about. Sure, "The Fluke" beat the stuffing out of her, then turned the family pitbull against her, but he's not the wife-beating creep the media is making him out to be.
That's according to her comments to Middleborough's Wicked Local: "My husband's a great father and my kids miss him so much. It's read news >>