1. UFC 113: Jim Rome Insults UFC Champion, Undermines His Own Credibility

    There I was, like many afternoons, working out at my local gym which shows ESPN. Jim Rome's show was on and I usually get very excited to see his mainstream blurbs about MMA...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about 4 years ago 1,052 reads 17 comments

  2. UFC 112: Why Fedor Emelianenko Is Still Pound-For-Pound King

    Fedor is the best. I'll say it again. Fedor is the best. After a decade of war, the man has never shown a mental flaw in his game. If he's being rocked by Fujita, pummeled by Brett Rogers, or on his back bleeding in Pride, Fedor does not give up...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 4,280 reads 21 comments

  3. Dana White Drops the Only F-Bomb that Matters: Fedor Coming to the UFC?

    Dana White keeps stirring the pot in regard to Fedor Emelianenko finally making it to the UFC. In post-fight press conference interviews for UFC 112, and general media engagements, ...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 2,525 reads 4 comments

  4. UFC 110: What Does Wanderlei Silva Need to do to Get Back on Top?

    Wanderlei Silva was on the top of the Middleweight heap for five long years in Pride. "The Axe Murderer" lost his belt to Dan Henderson as Pride was imploding, and he moved to the UFC for the next stage in his career...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 400 reads 2 comments

  5. Four Reasons Why Brock Lesnar Could Never Beat Fedor Emelianenko

    I've wanted to write this article for awhile now, and in lieu of recent events, we may never see this epic match up. I hope Brock Lesnar recovers for his own sake, and for the sake of history...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 173 reads 65 comments

  6. UFC 105: Couture Invents Cage'n'Pray and Coasts To Victory

    UFC 105 really displayed the depth of talent coming out of England and showed that the UK is here to stay in MMA. My favorite match was Ross Pearson and Aaron Riley...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 1,255 reads 7 comments

  7. Sengoku 11 Roundup: Very Enjoyable MMA

    World Victory Road put on an exciting collection of fights Saturday night with Sengoku 11. Eclipsed by the Strikeforce event here in the states, it is still a show that should not be overlooked...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 96 reads 1 comments

  8. Blood Looks Good, or Why I'm Not Impressed with Brett Rogers

    Blood looks good, but how great was Brett Rogers Saturday? I'm seeing a lot of comments about how impressive Brett "The Grim" Rogers looked on Saturday night, how he held his own against the best and beat Fedor bloody...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 1,338 reads 18 comments

  9. Educating MMA Fans: Fedor's Striking Is Not Sloppy

    Fedor's striking style is not sloppy. It's just not boxing. It's a little annoying that people call Fedor a "sloppy" fighter because of his style of punching. Even professional announcers are clueless when it comes down to calling Fedor's fights...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 1,946 reads 6 comments

  10. Fedor flattens Rogers: The End of the Fujita Defense

    Fedor's chin has been tested. The Fujita Defense, or the idea that Fedor can't take a punch from a straight boxer and keep going, has been quietly laid to rest. Fedor can indeed take a punch...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 667 reads 4 comments

  11. Fedor vs. Rogers: Putting Ascendancy To The Test

    Fedor. That one word holds a lot of meaning for a lot of different people. Some see him as the second coming of Superman, an unstoppable force in a sport that is full of uncertainty...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 815 reads 7 comments

  12. TUF 10: Seven Episodes Of Embarassment For MMA

    Watching TUF 10 tonight all I could think was, "These guys make the sport look bad." Really, really bad. Every one of the fights so far have been terrible showcases of men with no real talent, other than Roy who barely showed any...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 675 reads 29 comments

  13. Dream 12 Roundup: Exciting Fights in a Cage of White

    Hey MMA fans! Over here! Look to the east. There was another big fight on Saturday night. Dream 12 showcased the new gleaming white cage complete with fisherman net weave rope instead of a metal fence...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 160 reads 3 comments

  14. Do Kicks Win Championship Belts?

    Shogun changed the preception of the light heavyweight division last night. He showed that Machida can be hit, beaten up, and worn down. But he didn't beat Machida...

    Jason Eisenhorn Written by Jason Eisenhorn about over 4 years ago 302 reads 0 comments