UFC 146: The FX Undercard Aftermath

Saturday night’s fights eclipsed my wildest imagination. There were spectacular finishes, wars of attrition, come from behind wins, and a heartwarming rise of an underdog who once ruled his division and had fallen from grace in recent times. Believe it or not, so far I’ve only mentioned how I felt about the undercard. I’m aware these types of sentiments sound cheesy but only to those who missed out on UFC

After Handling Barnett with Ease, Cormier Should Consider Light Heavyweight Move

Daniel Cormier won the Heavy Weight Grand Prix title in dominant fashion last Saturday night. In a sport that is always looking ahead the question is already being asked in every major MMA media outlet, what is next for Cormier? Both Barnett and Cormier are the only fighters from the heavyweight division left in Strikeforce (SF) since Zuffa sent the heavyweights to the UFC last year. They each have one

Despite Injuries and a Failed Drug Test, the Best Heavy Weights in MMA are set to Collide: Part 2

  The entire main card of UFC 146 will feature heavy weights. For those that don’t know where Alistair Overeem is on Saturday’s fight card, well a random drug test found a testosterone / epitestosterone level of 14-1 ratio in his system. The average human has a 1-1 ratio and athletic commissions only allow 6-1. Once this happened the fighters had to adjust since Frank Mir was pulled from his

Despite Injuries and a Failed Drug Test, the Best Heavy Weights in MMA are set to Collide: Part 1

This next week is easily the most active for the heavyweight division in all of combat sports of all time. Strikeforce will be finishing up the Heavyweight Grand Prix at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, California, at 10PM ET/PT on Showtime. Josh Barnett and Daniel Cormier will vie for the position of Tournament champion and a red carpet introduction in to the dangerous heavyweight division in the UFC. Then