Episode 8 – Heart Is Not Enough Following the fight announcements, Conor McGregor and Artem Lobov return to the Team Europe locker room where the two men discuss the strategy for Lobov’s next match. In the interview, McGregor talks about how Lobov was given another chance and how the two have been training partners for a long time. During training, Lobov talks about how he is originally from Russia and how due to the
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When the UFC first announced Frankie Edgar vs Chad Mendez would be headlining The Ultimate Fighter finale there was plenty of raised eyebrows amongst the MMA community. Many felt this is a match up worthy of headlining a UFC Fight Night event as a minimum, not a mere TUF Finale. Sure, the finale will form part of the busiest and most high profile weekend in the UFCs history which is scheduled
Episode 7 – Mental Breakdown Following the fight announcement Urijah Faber talks about Thanh Le‘s upcoming fight and about his strength’s as a strong stand up fighter. In the Team Europe room, Martin Svensson claims that all of Team USA’s victories haven’t been through actual fights and claims he will win his bout by actually fighting instead of waffling around. Back at the house, Le talks about his working so that he can see his
Due to inactivity Dominick Cruz, Johnny Eduardo, Brian Bowles, Michael McDonald, Mike Easton and Raphael Assuncao are all ineligible for the rankings. Also note the rankings are voted on by a panel of writers: Top 10 Bantamweights (10/1/15) 1) T.J. Dillashaw (1) UFC Bantamweight Champion T.J. Dillashaw is preparing for his UFC Fight Night: Dillashaw vs. Cruz title defense against Dominick Cruz. This fight will be an unofficial lineal unification title fight for the championship. 2) Renan Barao (2)
Halloween was last night but that doesn’t mean a list can’t be compiled the day after for the event. At the suggestion of fellow writer Edson Valenzuela, the top 10 scariest fighters list of 2013 will be rebooted based on input from various fans, readers, writers and colleagues. The list will be compiled based on a combination of skill and looks: 10) “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey UFC Women’s Bantamweight Ronda Rousey has certainly gained much
We are talking UFC Dublin as well as more Fedor stuff.
Episode 4 – A Faithless Foe After the latest match, Urijah Faber criticizes Conor McGregor for his decision not to come to the morning practices and advises that he should be there if he is going to become emotional when his fighters under perform, which McGregor ignores. Within Team Faber there are issues with Johnny Nunez, the fighter brought back by Faber for a second chance, when he doesn’t come to practice. Faber has some choice
Due to suspensions, Anderson Silva and Jon Jones are ineligible for rankings. Previous ranks in parenthesis: Top 10 P4P Rankings (8/1/15) 1) Jose Aldo (2) Jose Aldo will face Interim UFC Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor at UFC 194 on December 12th on pay-per-view in Las Vegas, Nevada at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Before then he will become ranks ineligible. 2) Demetrious Johnson (1) Flyweight Champ Demetrious Johnson recently defended his title against John Dodson last month. The next likely opponent
The last three months have had some exciting months and some interesting developments. Here are all of them now: Top 10 Fights of July 10) Joe Lauzon’s technical knockout of Takanori Gomi – UFC on Fox: Dillashaw vs. Barao 2 9) Alex Garcia’s decision over Mike Swick – UFC 189: Mendes vs. McGregor 8) Gunnar Nelson’s submission of Brandon Thatch – UFC 189: Mendes vs. McGregor 7) Jeremy Stephens’ technical
Ted Czech mentions our own Tom Heffernan and talks about weight cutting issues like Johny Hendricks.