Friday, May 22, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
At UFC 187, two championship belts will be on the line as Anthony Johnson and Daniel Cormier square off to lay claim to the vacant light heavyweight title. The co-main event will feature the undefeated middleweight champion, Chris Weidman, and the 19-year MMA veteran in Vitor Belfort. The PPV event should serve as a blockbuster and be one for the ages.
Published on Bleacher Report (5.22.2015)

Thursday, May 14, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
Although Jon Jones was stripped of his light heavyweight title and suspended indefinitely for his involvement in a hit-and-run incident last month, the PPV in which he was originally slated to fight has the potential to gross a great amount of money, as the card will STILL deliver!
Published on (5.14.2015)

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
At UFC Fight Night 66, Frankie Edgar will battle another popular veteran and former world champion in Urijah Faber. Many believe that this match-up qualifies as a "super fight," and may have great title implications....
Published on Examiner (5.12.2015)
by Clinton Bullock
At UFC on Fox 15, Beneil Dariush will take on veteran Jim Miller. Dariush's climb up the lightweight division hasn't gone unnoticed, as his win over a name opponent will undoubtedly leave him ranked as one of the best athletes in the world.
Published on Examiner (4.14.2015)

Sunday, March 15, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
At UFC 185, Rafael dos Anjos wrested the lightweight title away from Anthony Pettis, while his teammate, Beneil Dariush, dominated his matchup in his quest to move up the divisional ranks.
Published on Examiner (3.15.2015)

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
The Gracie brothers, Ryron and Rener, serve as Ronda Rousey's BJJ trainers and gave light to her championship title defense against Cat Zingano at UFC 184. In their latest edition of Gracie Breakdown, the brothers compare Rousey's dominance to that of their uncle, Royce Gracie, during the early days of the UFC.
Published on Examiner (3.3.2015)

Sunday, March 1, 2015

by Clinton Bullock
Many believed Cat Zingano to be the greatest test to UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey's reign. However, reality proved otherwise, as Rousey went on to submit Zingano in seconds of the opening round and cement her legacy as the baddest female on the planet.
Published on Inquisitr (3.1.2015)