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Sunday, October 26, 2014

MMA

Alistair Overeem Destroyed Todd Duffee in 18 Seconds (Video)

Alistair Overeem and Todd Duffee was one of the big attractions at K-1 Dynamite!! in Japan just before New Year’s Day. Fans may have been satisfied with the one-way ass-kicking, but the downside is the whole event didn’t last longer than a virgin in the sack. Overeem showed off his kickboxing skills, peppering Duffee with…Read More

Todd Duffee vs. Mike Russow Made Over in Mortal Kombat Style

Before UFC evacuee Todd Duffee fights Alisteroid Overeem on New Year’s Day in Japan, we must remind you about his most recent experience in the ring. The man who holds one of the fastest UFC knockouts ever was the victim of one of the greatest comebacks in MMA. Duffee was famously destroying Mike Russow before…Read More

Georges St. Pierre Destroys Josh Koscheck, Gives Him a Margarito Eye

If there was any doubt why Georges St. Pierre is often ranked as the top pound-for-pound fighter in MMA, it should have been erased after his performance Saturday night at UFC 124. GSP thoroughly dominated Josh Koscheck through five rounds in front of his home fans in Montreal, winning 50-45 on all three cards. In…Read More

B.J. Penn Shows Off the Prodigy Skills in Win Over Matt Hughes

After losing his last two fights to Frankie Edgar, B.J. Penn got back in the winning business Saturday night at UFC 123. Penn beat the crap out of Matt Hughes, knocking the 37-year-old Hall of Famer out in 21 seconds. The KO win earned Penn the UFC 123 knockout of the night bonus and it…Read More

UFC-WEC Merger Means Big (and Little) Things for MMA

UFC President Dana White announced today through conference call that the UFC would merge with its lighter-weight sister company, the WEC, adding their lightweight, featherweight and bantamweight divisions to the UFC, starting in January 2011.  MMA Fighting’s Ariel Helwani with the exclusive. With that announcement came several other developments, the most exciting of which is…Read More

UFC Going to Network TV in 2011, Potential MMA Channel in Future

Though the popularity of MMA is growing immensely, there aren’t too many places to find coverage of the UFC on TV. There’s Spike, Versus, and of course pay-per-view for most of the big cards. Strikeforce has been on CBS and their cards are found on Showtime, HDNet airs Dream fights, and Bellator cards are seen…Read More

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