MMA on Point talks about all of the UFC Light Heavyweight Champions.
MMA on Point shows a video of MMA fighters who switched styles.
MMA on Point shows a video of fighters who basically ghosted everyone.
As traditional here at MMA Freak, December is the month that we induct our annual hall of fame class. As is traditional, our class is full of prestigious members of the MMA community that have contributed to the sport. As is usual, here are the rules for the induction of the various Hall of Famers: “The Hall of Fame classes are decided by an open ballot which all writers for
Another year has come and gone and finally here are this year’s Hall of Fame inductees with the nominee rules: “The Hall of Fame classes are decided by an open ballot which all writers for the site are eligible to cast. Each writer has the power to vote for up to five individuals ranked from lowest (5) to highest (1) with the highest ranks being given priority. The top five
TheMontageKing MMA talks about fighters with really bad records in the losing margins over the years in MMA.
It was an easy weekend but things are about to ramp up once again. With that here are the reviews and previews: Reviews: World Series of Fighting 27: Future Champs WSOF hosted an event at the FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee on Saturday, January 23rd broadcast on NBCSN: Lightweight Luiz Firmino def. Caros Fodor Decision (unanimous) (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) 3 5:00 Light Heavyweight Shamil Gamzatov def. Teddy Holder TKO (punches) 1
The 4th Annual MMA Freak Awards officially kicked off with the podcast in which the MMA Freak Hall of Fame Class of 2015 was announced. They will now be put onto paper for those who don’t have the time to watch the hour long podcast. For the sake of procedure, the guile lines on how the MMA Freak Awards are voted on is listed below: “The Hall of Fame classes
It was another good weekend and now another month has passed. With that here are the coming weekend’s events: Review: UFC Fight Night: Barnett vs. Nelson The UFC returned to the “Land of the Rising Sun” aka Japan with a fight card Saturday night live on Fox Sports 1: Heavyweight Josh Barnett def. Roy Nelson Decision (unanimous) (48-47, 48-47, 50-45) 5 5:00 Middleweight Uriah Hall def. Gegard Mousasi TKO (jumping
It’s hard to top a fight card like the one that happened last weekend but here’s what’s coming up for this weekend: Reviews: UFC 187: Johnson vs. Cormier This has probably been the best fight card of the year and it certainly delivered despite several injuries and set backs: Light Heavyweight Daniel Cormier def. Anthony Johnson Submission (rear-naked choke) 3 2:39 Middleweight Chris Weidman (c) def. Vitor Belfort TKO (punches)