1. UFC 129: Breaking Down This Monumental UFC Card in Toronto

    Like every other die hard MMA fan, I am pumped for the next UFC card in a couple days. We are all going to witness one of the most stacked cards the UFC has ever put together with guys who are coming to fight...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 3 years ago 338 reads 2 comments

  2. UFC Pre-Fight Analysis: Jon Jones and Rashad Evans; How Do They Stack Up?

    They were the best of friends. Now they are bitter enemies. This is UFC: Jones vs. Evans. In the great words of Big Jon McCarthy "LET'S GET IT ON!" But first, let's see how ...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 3 years ago 1,161 reads 5 comments

  3. MMA's Lightweight Division Is Stacked: It's Time to Break It Down for the Future

    In mixed martial arts, it seems the weight class with the most talent now is the lightweight division. From the fight promotions in Japan, Bellator and both Zuffa-owned promotions, ...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about over 3 years ago 372 reads 9 comments

  4. BJ Penn: To Be Or Not To Be Champion?

    To be, or not to be, that is the question I ask myself when I think about whether BJ Penn will be a champion again. During the early days of Penn's career, he earned himself the moniker, "The Prodigy...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about over 3 years ago 1,088 reads 16 comments

  5. MMA: KJ Noons Victory This Saturday Could Possibly Give Us Diaz vs. Mayhem

    When KJ Noons vs. Nick Diaz II was first announced, I have to admit, I wasn't too thrilled. All I could think to myself was "why isn't Nick Diaz fighting Jason Miller?" I was outraged...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about almost 4 years ago 538 reads 7 comments

  6. Randy "The Natural" Couture is Thinking About Retirement?

    These last few days, I've been searching for any big news I can get about Randy Couture. Since he punished James "Lights Out" Toney at UFC 118, I know Couture barely broke a sweat that night and I've been wondering who he wants to fight next...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about almost 4 years ago 910 reads 0 comments

  7. The Undercard of UFC 116

    Tonight, I witnessed one of the best fight cards the UFC has ever put on. From start to finish, it was great. Maybe a few of the fights didn't go the way I wanted, but tonight showcased what the fans want to see...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 246 reads 0 comments

  8. Sayonara To the Dean of Mean

    Yesterday was a very sad day for me. I learned that the UFC has released The Dean of Mean Keith Jardine from their organization. Last Saturday, Keith was a part of the co-main event on The Ultimate Fighter finale with TUF alum Matt Hamill...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 301 reads 0 comments

  9. Matt Hammil vs. Keith Jardine: Controversial in My Eyes

    Before I start giving my analysis of the Hammil-Jardine fight, I am going to let you all know how I feel about the fighters. Then I will give my analysis of the fight...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 1,322 reads 44 comments

  10. Farewell Mirko Cro Cop

    Mirko Filipovic has been fighting professionally for about 14 years now. From 1996-2003, Filipovic was a kickboxer who fought primarily in K-1, and from 2001 to the present day, he has been a mixed martial artist...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 2,018 reads 7 comments

  11. The UFC's Lightweight Divison: More Than Meets the Eye

    The lightweight division in MMA is a very deep and entertaining one. We have stars in the UFC like BJ Penn and Frankie Edgar, to fighters outside the UFC like Eddie Alvarez and Gilbert Melendez...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 253 reads 3 comments

  12. Miguel Cotto vs. Yuri Foreman Results: Analysis of the Fight

    Tonight I witnessed one of the best boxing matches in a long time. This bout was between Miguel Cotto and Yuri Foreman at the new Yankee Stadium. The reward for winning tonights fight was Foreman's WBA Super Welterweight Title Belt...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 2,468 reads 31 comments

  13. What's Rampage Jackson's Next Move?

    As all of you know by now, Quinton "Rampage" Jackson lost to "Sugar" Rashad Evans by unanimous decision on Saturday night. While I hate to say it, Rashad did a good job and deserved to win...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 1,098 reads 10 comments

  14. Three Stand-Up Fights the MMA World Needs To See

    Clearly from the title above, you can tell I prefer the stand-up fights in MMA. I don't mind seeing fights go to the ground, but I hate to see guys grapple and it goes nowhere, like Paul Daley and Josh Koscheck, or GSP and Dan Hardy...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 244 reads 3 comments

  15. Make or Break Time for The Iceman Chuck Liddell

    Chuck Liddell is without a doubt one of the many faces of Mixed Martial Arts. He is one of the few men that also brought MMA into the mainstream media. His career is legendary...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 748 reads 4 comments

  16. Who Should Lyoto Machida Fight Next?

    As we all know, the Karate Kid was knocked out cold by the one and only Shogun Rua. Rua found the openings in Machida's armor and he exploited them to take the title that is rightfully his...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 4,962 reads 31 comments

  17. Are the Days of the Dragon Over for Good?

    Let's get a few things out of the way first. I don't like Lyoto Machida. I never have and I never will. In my eyes, he is not a mixed martial arts fighter...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 2,147 reads 79 comments

  18. UFC 113: The UFC's Redemption for UFC 112

    Last night I witnessed one of the best pay per view cards in my life. Shogun Rua knocked out Lyoto Machida. Josh Koscheck dominated Paul Daley. Kimbo and Meathead were competitive, and Alan Belcher looked good against Patrick Cote...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 1,856 reads 15 comments

  19. Why There Won't Be A Longstanding Heavyweight Champion in The UFC Part 2

    Welcome back everyone. I'm here to complete the list for the heavyweights everyone should take notice of in the UFC...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 463 reads 0 comments

  20. UFC Heavyweight Champion: Why There Won't Be a Longstanding Champion Part 1

    Back in the early 90's, the UFC had only a few prominent heavyweight fighters that were very dangerous with what they did. Those guys were Ken Shamrock, Dan Severn, Mark Coleman, and Tank Abbott...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 1,900 reads 36 comments

  21. Dana White, UFC President: Might Release Some of His Most Valuable Fighters.

    Since the Fertittas took over the Ultimate Fighting Championship, the fighting organization has been reborn anew. Because of Dana White's persuasiveness, the Fertittas purchased the organization from the original owners in an instant...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 3,273 reads 14 comments

  22. Top Five Steroid Users in Mixed Martial Arts

    This Slide is just for fun. I'm making this based off of my personal opinion. These are fighters who I think are the biggest performance enhancing drug users throughout all of Mixed Martial Arts...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 34,497 reads 51 comments

  23. UFC 112: My Take

    After watching and being thoroughly disappointed with the Main Card of UFC 112 last night, I had my thoughts on what happens next to the six main fighters that were on this card...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 2,878 reads 12 comments

  24. MMA's Older Generation Wants to Return to the UFC

    As UFC 112 was approaching, I started to think about what it was like when it first started and what it is like now. The types of fighters then vs. the fighters now. The One dimensional fighter vs...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about 4 years ago 1,263 reads 4 comments

  25. The Fight Sequels Everyone Needs

    I've always been a fan of fighting since I was a little kid. I can remember times my brother would beat me up and I couldn't defend myself, but somehow I still enjoyed fighting with my brother...

    Jake Sauickie Written by Jake Sauickie about over 4 years ago 776 reads 11 comments