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Around the world of MMA: August 16-17

Reviews Rizin 12 – Nagoya Rizin FF hosted an event at the Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium in Nagoya, Japan on Sunday, August 12th on FITE TV: Lightweight 70 kg Brazil Luiz Gustavo def. Japan Yusuke Yachi KO (Punch) 2 7:32 Bantamweight 61 kg Japan Yuki Motoya def. Japan Kazuma Sone Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) 2 9:31 Welterweight 77 kg Japan Kiichi Kunimoto def. Japan Ryuichiro Sumimura Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke) 1 4:59 Featherweight

Around the world of MMA: August 11-12

Reviews Professional Fighters League 5 The PFL hosted an event at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York on Thursday, Aug 2 broadcast on NBCSN: Lightweight Natan Schulte def. Jason High Technical Submission (rear-naked choke) 1 4:18 Light Heavyweight Vinny Magalhaes def. Brandon Halsey TKO (punches) 1 1:34 Lightweight Will Brooks def. Robert Watley Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) 3 5:00 Light Heavyweight Maxim Grishin def. Rakim Cleveland Submission (rear-naked

Around the world of MMA: December 9th

It was such an action packed weekend that any other time this month is going to be hard to come close but maybe: Reviews Bellator 189: Budd vs. Blencowe 2 Bellator MMA hosted an event at the WinStar World Casino in Thackersville, Oklahoma on December 1st on Spike: Women’s Featherweight Julia Budd (c) def. Arlene Blencowe Decision (split) (49-46, 47-48, 49-46) 5 5:00 Middleweight Rafael Lovato Jr. def. Chris Honeycutt

Around the world of MMA: December 1-2

It was a great Thanksgiving week and now there are conclusions and good fight events coming up this weekend: Reviews UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. Gastelum The UFC hosted an event at the Mercedes Benz Arena in Shanghai, China on Saturday, Nov 25th on UFC Fight Pass: Middleweight Kelvin Gastelum def. Michael Bisping KO (punch) 1 2:30 Welterweight Li Jingliang def. Zak Ottow TKO (punches) 1 2:57 Featherweight Wang Guan

Mother’s Day 2016 Special: Top 10 Mothers of the Past Year

Due to delays this list is being published today instead of the actual date of Mother’s Day this year. Here it is: 10) Angela Magana 9) Lisa Ellis 8) Sara McMann 7) Rachael Ostovich 6) Valerie Letourneau 5) Peggy Morgan 4) Michelle Waterson 3) Bec Rawlings 2) Charmaine Tweet 1) Alexis Davis Happy Belated Mother’s Day to all mothers both in MMA and outside of MMA.

4th Annual MMA Freak Awards: Top 10 Women Fighters of 2015

Women’s MMA continues to boom and 2015 only witnessed an increase of it. In fact because of events in 2015, MMA pretty much made the mainstream partially due in part to women’s MMA. Because of how integral to the success of MMA women are, one of the awards for the MMA Freak Awards is the women’s award. Some women who were nominated didn’t make the list but made the honorable

MMA Freak Women’s Combined Rankings May 2015

Due to time constraints, all of the women’s MMA rankings categories will be updated as once. Rankings follows: Top 10 Women’s P4P Rankings (3/31/15) 1) Ronda Rousey (1) 2) Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino (2) 3) Barb Honchak (3) 4) Jessica Aguilar (4) 5) Herica Tiburcio (5) 6) Michelle Waterson (6) 7) Marloes Coenen (7) 8) Joanna Jedrzejczyk (8) 9) Miesha Tate (9) 10) Bethe Correia (10) P4P contenders rankings: Carla Esparza,

Mother’s Day 2015 Special: Top 10 Mothers of the Past Year

It’s Mother’s Day and today we celebrate those women who have undergone the task of giving birth to children. To commemorate the occasion, MMA Freak is releasing the top 10 mothers of the past year. The rankings criteria will be the records of the fighters in the past year and head to head competition as well. Now here are the best mothers: 10) Jessica Rakoczy Jessica Rakoczy recently returned from over

The Ultimate Fighter 20: episode 9 – Don’t Talk to Me

The episode opens up with Team Melendez deciding to party in celebration of backing up their sole quarterfinalist in Rose Namajunas and start to get a little on the rowdy side. During a sleepover, Tecia Torres is bothered by their loud behavior and moves rooms. The next day she trades rooms with Angela Magana and rooms with Heather Jo Clark. Then Team Pettis discusses the coaching situation and decides to split the team into morning and evening teams