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
There is nothing that makes you want something more than hearing you cannot have it. For over a year, the MMA media has said again-and-again that a crossover fight between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor would never happen – after all, even Dana White said it. They pointed out it took 6 years to make
On Saturday, June 17th the UFC will host a Fight Night (Fight Morning?) card in Singapore. Headlining that event will be one of the most elusive category of fights the promotion ever puts on: a real tune-up fight between Holly Holm and Bethe Correia. The fight itself might not be the most exciting on paper
Game planning in any combat sport is an essential part of fighter preparation and success. A pre-fight strategy will determine what areas one needs to avoid, exploit and attack. Game planning in mixed martial arts has innumerably more layers than a single martial art, though it does lack in the depth of those layers. Your
Few athletes have ever suffered a setback quite as monumental as Jose Aldo. Everything about his loss at UFC 194 was spectacular; the knockout, the duration, the opponent, the stage, all contributed to what can only be called a disastrous showing. Rarely do we see fighters return to form after losses like these, but