Our picks are in for UFC’s ESPN debut!
Going into UFC 234, everything was shaping up nicely for the immediate future of the division. The champion was going to defend his belt with the #1 contender fight being the co-main. It was all going to plan. Then BAM, there was a hernia and collapsed bowel, Gastelum parading a belt around, unimpressvie outing in the now main event, and a long line of killers waiting behind them. So, the question remains, what is next for the 185 lb. division?
It is nearly time! UFC 234 is tomorrow, and it is time to preview the headliner. Robert “The Reaper/Bobby Knuckles” Whittaker squares off against Kelvin “The Legend Killer” Gastelum in a showdown of 20-somethings for the 185 strap.
Our picks are in for UFC 234!
Welcome to FIGHT WEEK! We are continuing our full week of content with a preview of UFC 234’s co-main event which features Anderson “The Spider” Silva against Israel “The Last Stylebender” Adesanya.
Our picks are in for UFC Fortaleza!
Jose Aldo is in the co-main event of this weekends UFC Fortaleza card. In his first fight back since losing his Featherweight title to Max Holloway at UFC 212, he is looking to continue his winning ways, squaring off against promising prospect Renato Moicano. Beyond this weekend, however, what is left for Aldo in the sport?
Henry Cejudo is coming off of one of the biggest victories of his MMA career, likely saving his division in the process. On top of that, he may have secured a date with his self-confessed crush. Does it get any better?
Over the weekend (not last night, but last night works better for the title, so don’t hassle me), Greg Hardy made his UFC debut on ESPN+ in the co-main slot against Allen Crowder. We know how it went, losing by DQ due to an illegal knee, so is the Greg Hardy experiment over?
The fight is official. Both men made weight and there is a potential Champ-Champ to be made in Brooklyn. Let’s see how the current 125 and current 135 champ stack up.
Our picks are in for UFC Brooklyn!
My MMA dream is a simple one…
Check out our predictions for who will hold each division’s belt at the end of 2019!
With 2019 here in full force and cards on the way, the new UFC-ESPN partnership is here! While I do not know all of the details of the deal, on the face of it, it sounds like a great move for both companies, and here’s why.
Suits and ties aren’t REQUIRED to read this post, but they are encouraged.
2019 is HERE. While we have two weeks until the first card of the year, now is a great time to look at the UFC roster and make a few predictions for this upcoming calendar year. Also, now that I put these in writing, I am almost certain that none of these will hold to be true at the end of the year.
Our picks are in for the final UFC on FOX card!
Dustin Poirier has been without a fight since he had to pull out of his scheduled bout with Nate Diaz in November. He appears to be rearing to go, and has had no problems calling out various elite Lightweights. Here, I will go through some of those, as well as one or two of my own, and give the likeliness the fight happens.
In this episode we discuss UFC 231, Max Holloway, Conor/Khabib/Tony/Max/Poirier/etc., Greg Hardy, Cruz vs Lineker, Cerrone/Hernandez, Tyron Woodley, Bryce's stupid teeth brushing habits, hypotheticals and we make our picks for UFC Milwaukee.