At Bellator’s 61 event, Brian Rogers punched his ticket for the candidacy of KO of the Year. But does it top Edson Barboza’s spinning wheel kick KO of Terry Etim at UFC 142?
Freddie Roach believes that Floyd Mayweather, Jr. should stop being a hypocrite and practice what he preaches. He blames Mayweather’s constant excuses as to why the much-anticipated Mayweather – Pacquiao match hasn’t happened yet.
Fresh off his win over Ole Laursen in Jakarta last month, Felipe Enomoto headlines OneFC: War of the Lions with Zorobabel Moreira at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on March 31, 2012.
These two Filipino warriors were scheduled to fight last year in One FC: Champion vs. Champion but their bout was scrapped after Ole Laursen suffered an injury during training camp.
BodogFight ranks the best boxers regardless of weight class. Mayweather and Pacquiao top the list. Do you agree with the bottom eight?
Mayweather is one of the best defensive boxers in history as statistics point out. The Las Vegas resident is the least hit fighter and also the most accurate puncher. Despite being blessed with all the talent in the world, Mayweather never called Cotto out five years ago when the Puerto Rican star was undefeated.
Is it time for Rampage to walk away? Recently on social media giant Twitter, Rampage Jackson announced that his next fight will be his last one in the UFC.
Bodog Fight ranks MMA’s Top 10 Pound-for-Pound Fighters. Anderson Silva, Jon Jones, GSP and Jose Aldo round up the top four fighters in the world. Who do you think belongs on our top ten list?
Should Frankie Edgar move down in weight? That’s the most prominent question surrounding Frankie Edgar’s future after losing the UFC lightweight title to Ben Henderson. Frankie Edgar is almost always the smaller man when he steps into the UFC octagon. His loss to Ben Henderson for the UFC lightweight title highlighted one Edgar flaw – his diminutive size.
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.