MMA on Point talks about MMA fighters who weren’t intimidating.
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MMA on Point talks about those MMA moments that were awe inspiring.
This is the first post back since the second shut down of the site.
MMA on Point talks about some tear jerking fighter MMA retirements.
The 2010s was an eventful decade and there was a lot that took place. Just like MMA Freak releases bestow for every year, we here at MMA Freak have decided to bestow awards for the past decade as well. Just like the 2019 MMA Freak Awards, the categories were voted on by both the staff here at MMA Freak and by you the fans. That being said here are the
MMA on Point shows a video of MMA fighters with supposedly bad records.
As does almost seem tradition, the MMA Freak Awards are coming out later then expected, though not as late this year. There will be another round of format changes this year: The Comeback of the Year category is once again being dropped in favor of bringing back the Article of the Year category. It should also be noted that in addition to the staff here at MMA Freak, votes were
MMA on Point shows a video about confessions within the MMA industry.
MMA on Point shows a video of fighters who couldn’t rebound after a loss.
The MMA Freak rankings are voted on by members of the Freak staff. Note that fighters who are serving drug related suspensions, have been inactive for over twelve months or have recently retired are currently ineligible: Top 10 MMA P4P Fighters (10/31/19) 1) Jon Jones (1)2) Henry Cejudo (2)3) Amanda Nunes (3)4) Khabib Nurmagomedov (4)5) Valentina Shevchenko (5)6) Kamaru Usman (6)7) Israel Adesanya (7)8) Max Holloway (8)9) Stipe Miocic (9)10) Daniel