Back from retirement.
I’m sure everyone saw UFC 217. I gotta say that was an amazing card. Probably the best card of the year; well, one of the best. There were KO’s, there were TKO’s, and we had a great submission too. We got a new champion and 2 new returning
Too many events? This argument has been circulating a bit online for a while, well, I would say since 2013. I’m going to put my two cents in. Are there too many events nowadays? Hell yeah there are. Dude, what the hell? At times we get at least four events
What’s good, knuckle heads? Yes, that’s my new name for those that are reading this. We recently had another flipping amazing fight, good thing it was free. It was Fight Night 114, Sergio Pettis vs Brandon Moreno. This event was held in one of my favorite cities in the world,
What a card! I knew it was going to be a great card. The lineup was great, with a lot of dream matches for casual and/or elitist MMA fans. I have been looking forward to some of the fights on this card and they didn’t disappoint; while others were as
Damn! MMA events are lit, y ’all! Color me impressed.
Much like the MLB’s 2017 All-Star Game held in Miami, following the announcement that El Clasico would be taking place at Hard Rock Stadium, Stephen Ross (Miami Dolphins owner and native) took it upon himself to 305 the shit out of
What’s going on people? I’ve been watching MMA for years now, but I am in no way an extreme hardcore fan. Well, to be fair, I will know more than most casual fans. I have trained in some MMA. Up until two years ago, I practiced kickboxing, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, and
Wynwood, Florida - Miami has become a hot bed for the sport of MMA in recent years. Not so much in the amount of events that take place, but more so for the amount of fighters that have been coming out of this town. On July 27, 2017, Combate Clasico