Weekends On The Fan
UFC history will be made Saturday night in Anaheim, California, as for the first time ever, women will compete inside The Octagon.
Ronda Rousey has an Olympic judo medal, a commanding presence and a merciless string of victories in her short mixed martial arts career.
Chael Sonnen is a two time challenger for Anderson Silva’s UFC middleweight title, a future challenger for Jon Jones’ UFC light heavyweight title, and the organization’s undisputed champion of trash talking.
Fast-forward two years later, it seems as though Cuban and Donnie Nelson have overthought every move they’ve made and the product has suffered because of it.
Frankie Edgar drops down to featherweight to challenge champion Jose Aldo, who is widely regarded as one of the best pound for pound fighters in the entire sport.
Frankie Edgar is going to lose his 3rd straight title fight. I just don’t see how Edgar is going to be able to match Featherweight Champion Jose Aldo’s speed.
A Flyweight championship fight, Rampage Jackson’s last appearance in the UFC and a Lightweight title eliminator highlight the UFC’s sixth appearance on Fox.
Daniel Cormier is not taking his opponent lightly in Saturday night’s final Strikeforce fight card in Oklahoma City, even if few insiders know very little about him.
Sure he’s had back-to-back 30 point nights before, back in his rookie season, the one he referred to as “the good year,” he did it.
Few have been a ringside witness to more boxing history than Al Bernstein. The voice of Showtime boxing has called some of the fight game’s greatest contests, and tomorrow night he will be doing it once again.
This quite possibly could be the saddest thing I’ve said in my 31-years of Cowboys fandom, I’ve gotten used to coping with these kinds of losses.
What Jon Jones had no interest in doing this past Labor Day weekend will become a reality for him next April, and the build up to it will play out in front of a national television audience.