Jon Jones puts his light heavyweight title on the line when he meets Glover Teixeira this Sunday, April 27, in UFC 172. Below are the current moneyline odds at Bodog…
Here’s another awesome Brazilian MMA fighter and another heavy hitter. Fabricio Werdum has racked up a pretty impressive record in the MMA arena. Even before fighting in the MMA,…
With the exception of Allen Iverson, there’s no other athlete more fitting of the nickname “The Answer” than Frankie Edgar (14 – 1 – 1). The UFC lightweight champ found the answer to beat future Hall of Famer B.J. Penn not once, but twice. In his most recent match Edgar exorcised his demons and finally vanquished nemesis Gray Maynard, the only fighter to hand him a defeat.
A stacked fightcard, broken noses, bloodied faces, submissions and KOs –everything fight fans would like to see in any MMA event, was what OneFC delivered in its debut event at the packed Singapore Indoor Stadium last September 3.
ONE Fighting Championship is pleased to announce that a few MMA legends have joined the organization. Bas Rutten is the anchor commentator for ONE Fighting Championship.
Since Pride shut its doors in 2007, the MMA world has been dominated by American promotions. With leading Japanese promotion DREAM struggling to stay afloat, the focus of the MMA world has shifted to the West and Asia, the world’s most populated continent and the birthplace of martial arts. Victor Cui, CEO and owner of the newly-formed Singapore-based ONE Fighting Championship, sees opportunity.
CHICAGO, Ill. (August 31, 2011) – When Bellator kicks off its Season 5 Heavyweight Tournament, the eight man field will bring a dominating 73-15-2 record into the cage that includes 41 combined knockouts. The eight heavyweights are set to square off at Bellator 52 as the promotion will determine who will earn a title shot against reigning undefeated Bellator Heavyweight Champion Cole “The Polar Bear” Konrad.
“I think (co-promoting with M-1 Global to work with Fedor Emelianenko) was a deal that made it very difficult to be profitable from. So getting Fedor from a branding perspective…
On Monday news broke (via Yahoo) that Quinton “Rampage” Jackson suspected he had a spy in his camp that was providing information to Jon Jones’ camp ahead of UFC 135….
The rich history of mixed martial arts in the East has included some of the world’s best fighters and promotions over the last decade. While promotions have risen and fallen all throughout Japan and other areas in Asia, the need for a stable organization to come along is something sorely sought after.