Fighters serving suspensions related to positive drug tests or inactive for over 12 months is ineligible for rankings: Top 10 Women’s P4P Fighters (7/28/18) 1) Cristiane “Cyborg” Venacio (1) 2) Amanda Nunes (2) 3) Valentina Shevchenko (4) 4) Holly Holm (3) 5) Rose Namajunas (5) 6) Joanna Jedrzejczyk (6) 7) Nicco Montano (7) 8) Ilima-Lei Macfarlane (N/A) 9) Seo Hee Ham (9) 10) Ariane Lipski (N/A) Honorable Mentions Julia Budd,
Rizin 12 the Fighter of the Week is Kaitlin Young and Bellator 204 the Fighter of the Week is Darrion Caldwell
The winner is Lyoto Machida and both UFC 224 and Bellator 199 are reviewed also discussing Mackenzie Dern.
There was two very good fight cards that went head to head and things will ramp down this coming weekend as well: Reviews Bellator 199: Bader vs. King Mo Bellator MMA hosted an event at the SAP Center in San Jose, California on Sat., May 12 on Paramount Network: Heavyweight Ryan Bader def. Muhammed Lawal TKO (punches) 1 0:15 Welterweight Jon Fitch def. Paul Daley Decision (unanimous) (30-27, 30-26, 30-26)
YouTube channel UFC Digest talks about how Mackenzie Dern missing weight is akin to cheating in a fight.
YouTube channel UFC Digest talks about UFC 224 results and Raquel Pennington wanting to quit the fight.
There have been several set backs over the past three months but the MMA Freak Awards are finally being released. In the past the awards have been listed in a top 10 format however, this year and possibly this year only, the awards will simply have a winner of the category with some possible honorable mentions. Eight of the nine categories from last year will be return with one new
TheMontageKing MMA talks about some awkward moments in MMA including fighters like Cyborg Justino.
Joe Hendry from WhatCulture MMA talks about a list of moments that changed the UFC and MMA as a whole.
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 ten individuals ranked from lowest (10) to highest (1) with the highest ranks being given priority. The top five