Posts From Tiger Taylor #mmadocket

MTV’s Caged star, Tony “PrimeTime” Kelley Q&A

We are sitting here with one of the break out stars of the hit MTV reality show “Caged”, Tony “PrimeTime” Kelley. In this interview, we discuss his typical day, the show “Caged,” and wrapping things up with how he spends his free time. Prepare yourself as we enter the mind of “PrimeTime.” Q- I’m sitting here with Tony PrimeTime Kelley. How are you today, Tony? A- I’m doing very well,

Interviewing “The Hulk” UFC fighter Soa Palelei

Soa The Hulk Palelei, a 6’4 265lbs+ Australian, is making his way back into the UFC, of which many people believe is long overdue. His record speaks for itself, he boasts an MMA record of (18-3), winning his last 8 consecutively all via TKO/KO. He is poised and read to make waves in the UFC.  Look out heavyweight division, a new player has entered the game. Q- Today, I’m talking

MTV’s Caged star, Matt “Danger” Schnell Q&A

We are sitting here with one of the break out stars of the hit MTV reality show “Caged,” Matt Danger Schnell. In the interview, we discussed his typical day, the show “Caged,” and wrapped things up with how he spends his free time. Prepare yourself as we enter the mind of “Danger.” Q- I’m sitting here with Matt “Danger” Schnell. How are you today, Matt? A- Doing well, thanks for

Top 10 Light Heavyweights: Bones Knows

Jon Jones currently sits at the top of the heap and is looking to etch his legacy in stone, as the greatest UFC light heavyweight champion of all time by already breaking records as the youngest UFC champion ever. He has currently defended his light heavyweight championship belt 4 times now. Who will be the one to dethrone this king? 1. Jon Jones (17-1) Having fought 12 times in the

Top 10 Heavyweights: A ‘Bigfoot’ sighting has occurred

The allusive UFC heavy weight championship belt has changed hands many times in the recent years. The current holder is Cain Velasquez, a collegiate wrestler who has since turned to MMA. Let’s see how long the belt can stay in one place. 1. Cain Velasquez (11-1) Velasquez looked dominate and unstopped in his rematch with Junior Dos Santos at UFC 155. Meeting again for the second time is UFC challenger, Antonio

UFC on Fuel TV 9 Review: Who’s next for the winners/losers?

Gegard Mousasi continued his winning way inside the UFC octagon last night in the main event of UFC on Fuel TV 9. Mousasi’s arrival seemed long overdue to most MMA enthusiasts. Mousasi was originally slated to face UFC top contender Alexander Gustafsson; however, Gustafsson was forced out of the event due to an injury he received in training leading up to this bout. Instead, Mousasi faced one of Gustafsson’s training

Top 10 middleweights: Silva still king, Weidman looks to checkmate

~ (1)Anderson Silva (33-4) ~ He is arguably the greatest mixed martial artist of all time and the king of the UFC middleweight division. Silva has broken so many records in the UFC and has secured himself a spot in the UFC hall of fame someday. Silva will face the dominant middleweight, Chris Weidman at UFC 162. ~ (2)Chris Weidman (9-0) ~ Weidman is the newest big deal in the UFC

Top 10 welterweights: Three letters, G and S and P

~ (1)Georges St. Pierre (24-2) ~ Since winning the interim UFC welterweight champion at UFC 79 by defeating Matt Hughes via submission (armbar), GSP made it official when he crushed Matt Serra at UFC 83 winning via TKO (knee’s to the body). He has successfully defended his title 8x. GSP will always be remembered as the most dominate welterweight of all time taking that title from Hughes and securing himself

Top 10 lightweights: The year of Bendo

~ (1)Benson Henderson (18-2) ~ Henderson had two very close competitive bouts with former lightweight champion, Frankie Edgar, each time edging out the decision. Henderson looked indestructible in his most recent bout against title contender Nate Diaz. After that shutout victory, it left many fans to wonder who was next for Henderson. After the fall of Strikeforce, the UFC picked up several fighters from the organization, one being Gilbert Melendez.