There are few fighters that can suffer devastating knockout losses and return to competitive, let alone improved form. It cannot be argued that these athletes are exactly the same as before their concussive defeats (the trauma inflicted upon their brains is obviously significant and in many ways irreversible) but some manage to find a way
August 26th is a day that MMA fans are uniformly looking forward to. Some have bought in hard. Others will tune in only for the spectacle. But, across the board, all MMA fans will be happy when Mayweather/McGregor happens because afterwards an entire UFC division can begin to move again. Even the most sour, cynical
As Weidman seems reluctant to take a tune-up fight, he finds himself facing off against a streaking Gastelum at FN Long Island. Is Weidman's future with the UFC in trouble if he loses his 4th in-a-row?
With the May/Mac world tour officially underway, little attention is being paid to the world of MMA and that trend is more than likely going to continue. UFC 213, last Saturday, received little to no buzz and the only redemptive events to come out of the MMA world in the past week were Justin Gaethje
Can newcomer Justin Gaethje follow in the footsteps of Khabib & out-wrestle Michael Johnson? Or has he not had the quality of fights necessary to knock off a Top 5 ranked UFC Fighter? See what Simon Says.