With the proliferation of video footage on places like Youtube.com, fight fans don’t have to scour their local video store anymore to see some of the best videos around, most of them for free.
Back when the sport of MMA was first budding in America, all you got were black-and-white photos (usually just one) with a brief write-up on the latest UFC event in Black Belt magazine, and that was it.
And it was awesome.
A lot of older fans talk about how spoiled newer fans are, and I gotta think that kind of talk is nonsense. We got to watch the events, just like newer fans do, only we had to wait a little longer to see them, and it was on VHS, not DVD or HD, but we still got to see them.
Now, both “generations” of MMA fans can enjoy some excellent MMA clips that are available at the push of a button on our computer, and with that comes a merging of both the old and the new, as you will see.
So without further ado, I bring you what I consider to be “Must-See MMA TV.”