Monday, September 29, 2014

by Clinton Bullock
There are a plethora of champions within the UFC; some of which have spoken of securing another title in a separate weight class. However, only one individual possesses the credentials to become the third UFC champion to hold a title in two separate divisions....
Published on Bleacher Report (9.29.2014)

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

by Clinton Bullock
Age catches up to everyone. However, for those fighting in combat sports, 'ol father time can be detrimental to their immediate health. Alistair Overeem, Dan Henderson, Frank Mir, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira and Mauricio Rua have been plagued by a diminished skill set, and their string of losses reflect that. Hopefully, these combatants will be able to put together a win or two before the UFC has a "talk" with them.
Published on Bleacher Report (8.19.2014)
by Clinton Bullock
Holly Holm is a recently signed UFC fighter who is also an 18-time, multi-division world champion in boxing. UFC President Dana White would like Holm to engage in a non-title matchup before challenging the bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey, for a title.
Published on Bleacher Report (8.27.2014)
by Clinton Bullock
At 37 years old, Vitor Belfort is set to take on UFC Middleweight Champion Chris Weidman at UFC 181. Belfort is on a three-fight win streak and will attempt to capitalize on his opportunity to secure another world title...
Published on Bleacher Report (8.12.2014)
by Clinton Bullock
UFC President Dana White stated that if he was able to sign the former face of women's mixed martial arts to a deal, Gina Carano would immediately face the undefeated phenom bantamweight champion that is Ronda Rousey. However, given that Carano has been out of action for almost five years, would this fight even be competitive?  
Published on Bleacher Report (7.29.2014)
Anderson Silva, known to many as the greatest mixed martial artist of all time, will most likely return to the Octagon in 2015. Given his several-year reign as king of the UFC's middleweight division and his undefeated streak in the light heavyweight division, at 39 years old, making a run at the 205-pound title may be logically sound AND would surely excite the MMA world beyond measure.
Published on Bleacher Report (7.23.2014)

Tuesday, July 1, 2014


by Clinton Bullock
At UFC 175, Lyoto Machida is presented with the opportunity to make history. If he defeats the reigning middleweight champion, Chris Weidman, he will become just one of three UFC fighters to earn a championship belt from two separate divisions. The victory would leave him hall-of-fame bound and solidify his legacy as one of the greatest MMA fighters of all time.
Published on Bleacher Report (7.1.2014)