- 3 years ago
- 105 views
Yuma, Ariz., has not been kind to Marcos Galvao. read news >>
- 9 months ago
- 36 views
SOUTHAVEN, Miss. – Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney said he agreed with the scoring in the headliner of Saturday’s Bellator 120.Filed under: Bellator, News read news >>
Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney claims his promotion never once contacted Leonard Garcia about a potential deal with the tournament-based promotion. Garcia's team isn't buying it. read news >>
Judging by your questions for this week's Twitter Mailbag, many of you are still trying to unpack all the baggage from UFC 158, which is understandable. Ben Fowlkes answers plenty of Nick Diaz and GSP questions inside. read news >>
- 2 years ago
- 111 views
Wind James Brum up about fighting, and he goes and goes.
The chatty 25-year-old hasn't fought for five months, and that's too long. He's got a career to purse, after all.
He's not sure his upcoming opponent at Cage Warriors Fight Night 7, James Saville, feels the same.
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Bellator 68 Post-Fight Video Interviews: Daniel Straus »
Bellator 68 Post-Fight Video Interviews: Daniel Straus » Marcos Galvao » Bjorn Rebney » read news >>
- 3 years ago
- 137 views
While "Never leave it in the hands of the judges" has become an
ever-present part of MMA vernacular, Nova Uniao product Marcos Galvao might as well have it tattooed on his arm.
In his Bellator Fighting Championships debut, Galvao lost a
controversial decision to Joe Warren, and despite advancing into the
company's season-five bantamweight tourney semifinals, "Loro" was still deemed the
loser by one of the three cageside judges.
So as Galvao prepares to take on Alexis Vila at Saturday n read news >>
- 3 years ago
- 1211 views
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Another major MMA event, another set of confusing score cards.
Following Saturday night's UFC 131 event in Vancouver, British Columbia,
Canada, UFC president Dana White took dead aim on a few judges'
decisions he deemed unforgivable, suggesting those officials not be
utilized in MMA competition ever again.
However, White also laid high praise on one referee from Saturday
night's card, who the UFC boss said proved once again (well, twice actually)
why he's read news >>
- 4 years ago
- 141 views
A last-minute opponent switch-up hasn't fazed Andre Galvao at all, judging from this Sherdog.com video exclusive. read news >>
UFC 184 is in the books. The results are as follows: UFC 184 Main Card Ronda Rousey def. Cat Zingano, submission (Round 1, 0:14) Holly Holm def. Raquel Pennington, split decision (29-28, 28-29, 30-27) Jake Ellenberger def. Josh Koscheck, submission (Round 2, 4:20) Alan Jouban def. Richard Walsh, knockout (Round 1, 2:19) Tony Ferguson def. Gleison Tibau, submission (Round 1, 2:37) Prelims on Fox Sports 1 Roan Carneiro def. Mark Munoz, submission (Round 1, 1:40) Roman Salazar vs. Norifumi “Kid” Ya read news >>
Octagon warrior Gleison Tibau made his 25th appearance inside the eight-walled cage this evening (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) at UFC 184, kicking off the pay-per-view (PPV) event against The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 12 winner, Tony Ferguson, inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. And even though he tied Matt Hughes for second place for most Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) appearances behind Tito Ortiz (27), the Brazilian could not bring home the bacon. Ferguson came out of his corner fire read news >>
UFC 184 comes with some questions attached. For instance, just how strong is the drawing power of Ronda Rousey? The women's bantamweight champion—and one of the UFC's most recognizable stars—will headline the event. But with the co-main event featuring a sub-.500 fighter (Raquel Pennington) and a woman making her UFC debut (Holly Holm), the organization is really depending on Rousey to bring in the buys on this one. The booking not only has to do with UFC President Dana White's belief in Rousey read news >>
LOS ANGELES -- A common theme ran through the people's questions and comments for Anthony "Rumble" Johnson during a Friday afternoon Q & A session at LA Live. One after another, fans stepped to the mic and asked Johnson to knock Jon Jones out when the two tangle for the UFC light heavyweight title at UFC 187 on May 23, though many put the matter in far more profane terms. Among the well-wishers,was one fan, a woman from Sweden, who first told "Rumble" she was "pissed" because he defeated Alexand read news >>
Light heavyweight contender Anthony Johnson, who will square off with Jon Jones at UFC 187, will answer fan's questions at the UFC 184 Q&A on Friday afternoon. The video will begin above at 5 p.m. ET. read news >>