Friday, November 14, 2014

by Clinton Bullock
At UFC 180, Fabricio Werdum and Mark Hunt will battle it out to secure the UFC interim heavyweight championship. Both fighters sport a tremendous skill set. However, only one will remain supreme in Mexico City, Mexico.
Published on Bleacher Report (11.14.2014)

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

by Clinton Bullock
Four champions have reigned atop their division, leaving a plethora of victims in their wake. If any or all of these champions switch weight classes at some given point, MMA fans may very well experience superfights that they have long awaited. 
Published on Bleacher Report (11.6.2014)

Friday, October 24, 2014

by Clinton Bullock
Chad Mendes is presented with the opportunity to become a world champion, after faltering in her first attempt.
Phil Davis challenges the hard-hitting Glover Teixeira in an attempt to remain relevant and challenge for the title sooner rather than later; and…
…Beneil Dariush makes strides to break into the lightweight division's top-10.
Published on Bleacher Report (10.25.2014)

Thursday, October 9, 2014

by Clinton Bullock
UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez has decimated everyone he's faced. He will attempt to repeat those actions against No. 1 contender Fabricio Werdum at UFC 180. With the win, though, Velasquez will have effectively cleaned out the heavyweight division. 
Published on Bleacher Report (10.9.2014)

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)