The "Notorious" one took to Twitter in the wee hours of the morning to announce to the world that he was retiring from Mixed Martial Arts. And I'm here to tell you that this time... I think it's 100% legitimate. I say this time, because Conor has flirted with the idea of retirement only to … Continue reading Conor McGregor Retires!?
If you bet the underdogs on this card (besides the main event), you had yourself a nice night of degenerative activity. I, on the other hand... did not. Undercard Diego Sanchez defeated Mickey Gall via 2nd round TKO I know nothing about making fight predictions part 1. The nightmare lives on. Truly an all-time … Continue reading UFC 235 Wrap Up
This weekend's UFC card is another stacked one. Because of how stacked it is, I'm going to give a little prediction of the bigger fights on the card (or at least the ones that I know the most about). Undercard Diego Sanchez vs Mickey Gall This fight feels like a passing of the torch … Continue reading UFC 235 Predictions
Francis Ngannou is an absolute monster. He may be the scariest dude walking the planet at the moment. But, he’s received a mixed reaction from a lot of fans because of his giant holes in his grappling game and because of back-to-back awful performances against Stipe for the strap and Derrick Lewis in the worst … Continue reading The Resume of Francis Ngannou
The UFC always stacks a few cards a year to try and get the most money out of them, one in the summer during "International Fight Week" and another on the final fight card of the year(even though neither do nearly the numbers of a McGregor card). What I'm going to do on this Wrap … Continue reading UFC 232 Wrap Up
I am going to make this abundantly clear. I grew up a GIANT Georges St. Pierre fan but GSP would not last in the Octagon with Woodley. Woodley is on another level, athletically, mentally, everything. Tyron Woodley has defeated some of the best of this generation. And spoiler alert: this generation of athletes in the … Continue reading Why it’s time to embrace that Tyron Woodley is the greatest Welterweight of all time.
The biggest fight in UFC history is finally upon us. I say that because this will be the highest grossing PPV in UFC history, where Conor once again breaks his own record. Not only will the UFC be making money on Saturday night, I will as well, more on that later... Lando. Before Conor and … Continue reading Fight Week: UFC 229