Let's get it on! Popular MMA referee John McCarthy will be officiating UFC events in Nevada once again, pending his official relicensing on August 21st.
Assuming nothing changes between now and August 21st, you'll soon be seeing Big John McCarthy officiating Las Vegas-based shows once more. According to a report from Yahoo's Kevin Iole, The highly respected veteran referee, who hasn't officiated any events in Nevada since 2007, will be relicensed on August 21st at the next Nevada State Athletic read news >>
In MMA, as in most sports, competitors must continuously improve and evolve to reach the highest level.
Even once a fighter makes his way to the top, he must keep working to ensure contenders aren't closing the gap. Jon Jones is widely considered the best fighter in the world right now, but he's holding onto that title by putting in the work at Jackson-Wink MMA to ensure he maintains a gap between him and the rest of the light heavyweight division.
There are always areas that some of the best in read news >>
At UFC 165, interim bantamweight champion Renan Barao made quick work of top challenger Eddie Wineland, finishing in the opening moments of the second round read news >>
WSOF lightweight Jimmy Spicuzza has put together an impressive start to his MMA career, but he’s got some side ventures, including a cellphone-repair business and a desire to help troubled kids who aren’t unlike him.Filed under: News, WSOF read news >>
You've just traveled to work in your flying, water-powered car after eating a breakfast consisting of nutrient pills and Soylent Green.
Your robot butler is cleaning the house, while you're punching your time at the office, plugging away for a cyborg boss on a sentient OS with the voice of Scarlett Johansson.
Oh, and your office is on the moon.
OK, actually most of that probably isn't going to happen a year from now. If we're being honest, probably none of that is going to happen a ye read news >>
Since 12 years old, Cully Butterfield has been no stranger to hard work and sacrifice. Now it’s finally paying off.Filed under: News, WSOF read news >>
The time has come to admit that Jon Jones knows exactly what he’s doing, and he’s doing it very, very well. We can’t resist it any longer. Not after Monday’s events, which saw him finish a press conference brawl with Daniel Cormier by (...) read news >>
Jon Jones addressed some controversial issues with his fighting style, and he talked about eye pokes and oblique kicks to Cormier's knee.
Daniel Cormier is currently considered by many to have an interesting style that has the potential to pose problems for the dominant champion in Jon Jones, but there are a few intangibles coming to this fight. Cormier postponed knee surgery to step in and get the title shot, and the former heavyweight is coming in on relatively short notice leaving a few unans read news >>
King Mo is still not happy with Bjorn Rebney or Rampage, and nothing is going to change his mind on either of them. read news >>
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Daniel Cormier says he's looking to work with two former UFC champions in Anderson Silva and Lyoto Machida to get ready for Jon Jones.
Daniel Cormier already trains with high level champions such as Cain Velasquez and Luke Rockhold on a daily basis, but for this UFC title fight against Jon Jones, he may also enlist the help of the lengthy Cyrille Diabate, Phil Davis, along with two more former UFC champions. He spoke about it during his appearance at the MMA Hour: "I've got some friends and they read news >>
After two consecutive wins with regional promotion BattleGrounds MMA, Ryan Couture has signed a contract with Bellator. read news >>