Friday, September 25, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
Josh Barnett and Roy Nelson are MMA veterans who have fight the Who's Who of combat sports. On Saturday, September 26, the two will square off to decide who climbs the heavyweight ladder to enter title contention.
Published on Examiner (9.25.2015)

Saturday, September 5, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
At UFC 191, former UFC Heavyweight Champion Frank Mir will battle the No. 4 contender, Andrei Arlovski. With the win, Mir could solidify himself as a legitimate contender to the title and perhaps claim gold before retiring.
Published on (9.4.2015)

Thursday, August 27, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
At UFC 195, bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will defend her title against one of the most decorated boxers of all time--undefeated MMA fighter in Holly Holm. In a recent interview, boxing legend Oscar de la Hoya weighed in on Holm's upcoming historic matchup against Rousey.
Published on (8.27.2015)

Sunday, August 16, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
At UFC 191, former heavyweight champion Frank Mir sets his sight on dismantling another former champion and No. 4 contender in Andrei Arlovski. With the win, Mir will place himself in title contention and possibly secure another championship title before his career is through.
Published on Examiner (8.16.2015)

Friday, August 7, 2015

Beneil Dariush (l) and B/R writer Clinton Bullock (r)
by Clinton Bullock
On August 8, 2015, Beneil Dariush takes on the No. 5 lightweight contender in the UFC, Michael Johnson. In an exclusive interview, Bleacher Report sat down with the rising MMA star and secured his thoughts on his upcoming fight, politics and his Assyrian heritage.
Published on Bleacher Report (8.7.2015)

Monday, July 27, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
At UFC on Fox 16, Miesha Tate secured another shot at the bantamweight title by defeating Jessica Eye. If the champion, Ronda Rousey, downs her opponent on August 1 in Brazil, Tate will face off against Rousey for a third time.
Published on Examiner (7.27.2015)

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
At UFC 189, Conor McGregor won the interim featherweight championship when he downed the No. 1 contender in Chad Mendes. However, throughout the bout, McGregor was taken down at will. Despite his deficiencies in wrestling, does the Irishman need wrestling to remain competitive among the world's best featherweights? 
Published on Bleacher Report (7.21.2015)