In the second part of The MMA Diaries: Russia, Karim Zidan ponders the tragic history of St. Petersburg while discovering the city, and details his experiences commentating the fights on the M-1 Challenge 54 broadcast. Day 2 Entry 3 - A city of tragic beauty I love thee, Peter's own creation; I love thy stiff and stately sight, Broad Neva's powerful fluxation, Her great embankments' granite might, Inwrought designs of iron gateways, Thy still, transparent, thoughtful nights When soft and silvery read news >>
- 19 days ago
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"A lot of things looked bad about that fight." Even coming constructively from a friend, criticism is never fun to hear. Alongside commentator Joe Rogan, UFC heavyweight Brendan Schaub treated(?) fans to one of the more visceral conversations you're likely to hear Monday discussing his fighting career. Schaub suffered a first-round TKO loss to No. 3 heavyweight Travis Browne Dec. 6 at UFC 181. It would be hard to imagine that Rogan's reaction to the performance didn't further dishearten Schaub. read news >>
Mauricio Rua’s loss to Ovince St. Preux has the former UFC light heavyweight king contemplating a significant change in his fighting career. read news >>
Think about some of the greatest American athletes who have represented the U.S. in world championships and the Olympics. Some names that come to mind are Michael Phelps, Michael Jordan and Michael Johnson. Even more than the male athletes, there have been incredible female athletes such as Mia Hamm, Lolo Jones and Shawn Johnson. Even Ronda Rousey, UFC champion and Olympic bronze medalist, was one of the most recognizable faces of female international competition when she was a judoka. However, read news >>
- 10 months ago
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Jon Jones vs. Chris Weidman – UFC 200, Madison Square Garden. Book your airfare now.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, Only on Junkie, UFC, Videos Tagged: Chris Weidman, Jon Jones, UFC 169 read news >>
Rich Franklin is the first to admit it: His fighting career is stuck in a strange gear these days. Odds are it will end that way, probably fairly soon, and then the former UFC middleweight champ will have to figure out what to do with himself. read news >>
As dour as the IOC's removal of wrestling from the Olympics is, UFC president Dana White says that he "can't be the guy to try and run out and save wrestling." read news >>
- 4 years ago
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If there were any questions surrounding featherweight champion Jose Aldo after a dominating first title defense against former champion Urijah Faber in April, they were put to bed Thursday night at WEC 51 in Broomfield, Colo. read news >>
- 4 years ago
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UFC lightweight Evan Dunham said he alone is responsible for the outcome of his fight against Sean Sherk this past Saturday at UFC 119.
After taking it to the former champion in the bout's latter half, Dunham came up short on scorecards and suffered a split-decision loss at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
While he questions the result and believes the fight could be used as a case study for judging, you won't see Dunham complaining about the system.
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