1. Should People Care That Tito Ortiz is Back?

    Former Light Heavyweight Champion Tito Ortiz will be returning to the Octagon after departing from the company in March of 2008...

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  2. Technical Breakdown: UFC 105

    UFC 105 fulfilled all promises in providing an entertaining night for all of us watching at home. Tonight we saw a variety of fighters who used a wide variety of skills to finish their fights...

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  3. Little-Known Fighter Bio: Anthony "Rumble" Johnson

    The welterweight division of the UFC is very rich in talent. With a champion like Georges St-Pierre and top-three contenders like Jon Fitch, Mike Swick, and Josh Koscheck, and it's easy to see why...

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  4. Randy Couture Must Lose For the Future of MMA

    Randy Couture has done things in the sport that many thought were impossible. He is still a consensus top-10 heavyweight at the age of 46. He was one of the only two men to win two titles in two different weight classes in the UFC...

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  5. Slaying The Dragon: The Key to Soundly Defeating Lyoto Machida

    Lately there has been a lot of discussion about Lyoto Machida. He has proven to be a very intricate puzzle for the Light-Heavyweight division of the UFC...

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  6. Technical Breakdown: Lyoto Machida Vs. The Light Heavyweight Division

    Lyoto Machida is the most perplexing opponent anyone can have in MMA today. He uses a very unorthodox fighting style, one that allows him to stay out of the range of your attacks while being able to strike you anywhere he want...

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  7. Critics Shut Your Mouths, The Spider's Web Is Still Intact

    Anderson Silva is the best fighter in the world. He has finished eight opponents in the Octagon as well as win 9 straight fights in the Octagon. That is something that no one else has ever been able to do...

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  8. The Dragon Vs. The Spider: Potentially The Best Fight MMA Can Offer

    Lorenzo Ferttittta recently made an announcement stating that if two fighters refuse to fight each other they will be released from the UFC...

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  9. Griffin-Evans-Rampage: UFC's First Main Event Triangle!

    One of the things that makes boxing a great sport is its Triangles. No, not the submission move. What I am reffering to is three fighters each having a win over the other...

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  10. What It Takes to Be a Real Fighter Pt 3: Mental Aptitude

    There are two other parts to this article: physical aptitude and skill set. While those two are extremely crucial ingredients to making a great fighter, I feel that someone’s mental aptitude can make the difference...

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  11. What It Takes To Be A Real Fighter Part 2: Skill Set and Training

    What it Takes to be a Real Fighter: Part 2 – Skill Set and Proper Training. There are a lot of good fighters out there. It seems that they have a natural instincts, reflexes and talent for the sport...

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  12. What It Takes To Be a Real Fighter: Part I: Athleticism

    Part One: Physical Aptitude I am not known to write many articles on this forum. I mainly joined because I enjoy reading about my favorite sports as well as discussing events with passionate fans...

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  13. Top Three UFC Contenders By Weight Class

    I wanted to write this article because I have been watching UFC from the beginning, and I love the way the sport evolved and what it has become now. I would also like the debate that this will stir up, and I would love to hear your thoughts...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Jay Bandu about almost 6 years ago 2,109 reads 2 comments