This year’s MMA Freak Awards did come out later then originally planned but is now coming out. Like last year, there will be some changes to the format once again: With the exception of the Comeback of the Year category, the awards returns to a top 10 list. The Journalist of the Year category has been dropped this year in favor of bringing back the Comeback of the Year category.
The next part of the discussion of World Series of Fighting’s transition to the Professional Fighter’s League.
This is a short commentary video about how WSOF fell from prominence and eventually became the current PFL.
The winner for this week’s MMA Freak Fighter of the Week is Marlon Moraes and there’s ALOT to talk about!
The winner is Lyoto Machida and both UFC 224 and Bellator 199 are reviewed also discussing Mackenzie Dern.
TheMontageKing MMA talks about the most some of the worst sportsmanship in MMA like Renzo Gracie.
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
There have been many boxers to cross over in to MMA with overall mixed results. Here is a list of 10 of them.
The winner for the MMA Freak Fighter of the Week this week is Jon Fitch who defended his WSOF/PFL title.
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