Note that fighters who are serving drug related suspensions, been inactive for twelve months or retired are ineligible: Top 10 MMA P4P Fighters (6/28/17) 1) Demetrious Johnson (1) 2) Jon Jones (N/A) 3) Conor McGregor (3) 4) Stipe Miocic (4) 5) Michael Bisping (5) 6) Tyron Woodley (6) 7) Joanna Jedrzejczyk (8) – Was willing to face Valentina Shevchenko at UFC 213 but was turned down. 8) Cody Garbrandt (9) 9) Max Holloway
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There was a fight card that went under people’s radar but things are ramping up this weekend to be sure: Reviews Professional Fighters League 36: Fitch vs. Foster The former WSOF hosted an event at the Daytona International Speedway in Florida on Fri., June 30th on NBCSN: Welterweight Herman Terrado def. João Zeferino Decision (split) (28-29, 29-28, 30-27) 3 5:00 Welterweight Jon Fitch def. Brian Foster Submission (side choke) 2
WhatCulture’s Joe Hendry talks about various super fights that can happen in MMA over the coming year of 2017.
Ted Czech talks about Ronda Rousey and a hint that she may indeed return to MMA despite a second loss.
The 5th Annual MMA Freak Awards are finally compiled in continued collaboration with fanboynation. The Following nine categories are listed below. Top 10 Upsets of 2016 Honorable Mentions Eric Shelton upsets Yori Sherbatov via rear naked choke technical submission on The Ultimate Fighter 24 Top 10 Upsets of 2016 10) Valentina Shevchenko upsets Holly Holm via uanimous decision at UFC on Fox: Holm vs. Shevchenko 9) Cortney Casey upsets Randa Markos via verbal submission by an ambar at UFC 202: Diaz vs.
Due to time constraints the MMA Freak January 2017 Women’s Rankings are compiled in one article for viewing: Top 10 Women’s P4P Fighters (12/31/16) 1) Joanna Jedrzejczyk (1) 2) Amanda Nunes (2) – Defeated Ronda Rousey in even more dominant fashion then Holly Holm did. 3) Ronda Rousey (3) – It is unknown of the Roudy one will ever fight again or what she will do in the future. 4) Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino (4) 5)
Joe Hendry from WhatCulture talks about Ronda Rousey’s loss and everything that came out of that.
It’s a new year in MMA and things have certainly been crazy this last year, including all of the past week’s fight cards: Reviews Rizin 3 World Grand-Prix 2016: 2nd Round Rizin Fighting Federation hosted an event at the Saitama Super Arena in Saitama Japan on Thursday, December 29: Openweight Grand-Prix Quarter-Finals Croatia Mirko Filipović def. United States Muhammed Lawal TKO (Punches) 2 6:41 Openweight Grand-Prix Quarter-Finals Estonia Baruto Kaito
Christmas has come and gone and New Years is coming. Because of this there is a bit of MMA activity this week: Previews Rizin World Grand-Prix 2016: 2nd Round Rizin Fighting Federation hosts an event at the Saitama Super Arena on December 29 broadcast on MMA Fighting: Openweight Grand-Prix Quarter-Finals Croatia Mirko Filipović vs. United States Muhammed Lawal Openweight Grand-Prix Quarter-Finals Estonia Baruto Kaito vs. Japan Tsuyoshi Kohsaka Openweight Grand-Prix
Episode 5: Nothing Stops Us During the show, Dana White allows the fighters in the house to watch UFC 200 as there are fighters in the house that are teammates of fighters on the card. Ronaldo Candido cheers for Nova Uniao teammate Jose Aldo and Jamie Alvarez cheers for Amanda Nunes, both of whom won. Later on Travis Browne arrives outside of the house on a motorcycle and talks about how in his family, Harley Davidsons are a tradition and talks