California Athletic Commision Update for 3/11
This is the first (hopefully of many) updates where I go over the latest California Athletic Commission news regarding MMA. My thanks to Armando Garcia and the rest of the athletic commission for taking the time to provide me with the following information.
You Never Forget Your First Time: The Ultimate Night in Vegas
It's Super Bowl weekend in Sin City. The town is abuzz. Beautiful women are everywhere my head turns. Guys gawk, down drinks and place bets on everything from coin flips to Rex Grossman's fumbles and bumbles. Indianapolis Colts rooters and Chicago Bears fans just like me are in full force.
UFC 70 to air on Spike TV
"With a star-studded line-up that includes top ten heavyweights Mirko Cro Cop, Andrei Arlovski, and Fabricio Werdum, the UFC's April 21st show in the United Kingdom is an event that many fans in the United States would have gladly bought on pay-per-view. Instead, due to an unforeseen chain of events, U.S. audiences will be able to watch the event for free on Spike TV."
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Hunt, Yoshida & Minowa Confirmed For PRIDE 34
You can officially pencil in Mark Hunt, Hidehiko Yoshida and Ikuhisa Minowa as confirmed participants for the upcoming PRIDE 34 card, set for April 8 in Japan.
The card will be the first to emanate from Japan, scheduled at a time so that it can be broadcast via pay-per view live (no delay at all) in the United States.
No opponents for the three combatants have been named, but as soon as we hear more we'll be sure to update you.
Interview with Bodog Fight's Derrick Noble
New interview with Bodog Fight's Derrick Noble.
Derrick talks about Tuesday's (3/14) episode and his fight with Jake Ellenberger in St Petersburg Russsia.
Check it out.
Preview: Sakuraba & Shaolin Highlite Hero's
K-1 will hold its first Hero's card of the year on Monday night in Nagoya, and the event is highlighted by the return of Kazushi Sakuraba and the debut of Vitor “Shaolin” Ribeiro on the worldwide stage.
A new form of boss bashing
In this corner, fighting out of Huntington Beach, Calif., and coming in at 6-foot-2, 205 pounds, with a MMA record of 16-5, the Huntington Beach Bad Boy and former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz.
Five Ounces of Pain: Dana whie Interview (UfC 70 To be on Free TV)
As part of one of the biggest juggernauts in sports, Ultimate Fighting Championship president Dana White is a busy man. The company is coming off the heels of UFC 68 this past weekend. The event, which emanated from Columbus, Ohio, set the indoor North American attendance record for a mixed martial arts event.
Dan Henderson Talks About His Future and Making History
Dan Henderson made history on February 24, 2007, when he defeated Wanderlei Silva at Pride’s second Las Vegas event entitled “Second Coming”. By knocking Silva out in their much anticipated rematch, Henderson became the first fighter to hold two titles in different weight classes simultaneously.