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‘Beyond the Cage Podcast’ breaks down Hendo vs Shogun 2

Beyond the Cage is back with a jam packed five round show. This week on Beyond the Cage, Jim & The ‘Juice’ dive into the top headlines from this past week in MMA including the UFC not interested in Holly Holm, Diego Sanchez food poisoning and the shuffling of UFC 173 card. All of this is featured inside of round 1. For round number 2, they discuss the upcoming World Series

UFN: Shogun vs. Henderson 2 & Bellator 113 in review, plus Bellator 114 preview

We are finally coming to a off week for the UFC. However, Bellator is still going and there are still some good fights to do reviews on: UFC Fight Night: Shogun vs. Henderson 2 Main Event: Mauricio “Shogun” Rua #7 Light Heavyweight vs. Dan Henderson #10 Light Heavyweight Prediction: Rua by strikes. Result: Henderson by strikes. Henderson proved that he isn’t going out quietly and that he’s still a heavy

Top 10 P4P MMA fighters: March 2014

Please note that due to inactivity Dominick Cruz is ineligible for rankings. Also note the rankings are done by a panel of MMA Freak writers: ~ 1 (tied) (1) ~ Jon Jones  Jon Jones is currently on course for his UFC 172 title defense against challenger Glover Teixeira who could be his toughest challenge. In addition should he defeat Glover Teixeira he may have to face former opponent Alexander Gustafsson in

Top 10 MMA welterweights: March 2014

Please note that the rankings are determined by a panel of MMA Freak writers. Also note the previous rankings (2/27/14) are in parenthesis: ~ 1 (1)~ Johny Hendricks Supposedly Johny Hendricks fought Robbie Lawler with a torn bicep which he recently underwent surgery for. Taking that into consideration that was a pretty good performance that earned the Fight of the Night honors. Because of the injury Hendricks will be out until

TUF Brazil 3: Episode two in review

The second episode of the show opens with the preliminary round continuing on beginning with a heavyweight clash between Richardson Moreira and Alexandre Machado. It becomes apparent from why Moreira earned his fight name “Monster” as he goes after Machado with a furry. The match ends within the first thirty seconds as Moreira knocks out Machado. Next is a middleweight bout between Guilherme de Vasconcelos and Markus Perez with Vasconcelos

The 50 Greatest Finishers in MMA

MMA has surpassed boxing in many ways, and finishing opponents in nasty fashion is one of them. Some mma fighters have awesome highlight finishes on their resume, while others are just known as finishers. Either way, finishing your opponent will always raise your stock in the world of mixed martial arts, and we love watching them over and over as fans. How many fights have you finished? How many of them

Top 10 MMA promotions that could be on Showtime soon

Ever since Strikeforce’s last event in January and a little before that, rumors have been circulating as to who will replace the late promotion as Showtime’s MMA partner. The latest news as quoted from Showtime Executive Stephen Espinoza is that at present, they’re exploring their options, but due to the busy boxing schedule, MMA won’t be an option until next year. However, it’s still an intriguing idea and I’d like

Top 10 future UFC champs who’ve never fought inside the Octagon

The UFC has a huge talent pool and a ton of potential future champions. This article is intended to breakdown future champions in the lighter weight-classes. So, if you’re a ‘heavyweights only’ fan, this probably won’t be up your ally. But if you love the little guys who come to finish fights and/or dominate their opponents, then this article is for you. When you hear names like Rory MacDonald, Conor McGregor

Bigfoot Silva vs Mark Hunt rumored for December

Edited by Tim Miller of MMA Explosion Mark Hunt has been out of action and not training since he last prepared for Junior Dos Santos at UFC 160. The fight would either make or break Mark’s chance to get his title fight or at least one step closer to his goal. Although coming up short, Mark is determined to get back to the top of the heavyweight mountain. After his