1. Tiger Woods' Crash Turns News Worthy: Casting Elin As "Nutter With Putter"

    In a turn towards the actual news worthy portion of the Tiger Woods story, TMZ is reporting that The Florida Highway Patrol are seeking to gain access to Woods' medical records, to determine ...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 1,615 reads 7 comments

  2. Tiger Woods Owes Us No Explanation

    This past Friday, in a story we've all been subjected to in some form or fashion, Tiger Woods tore out of his driveway in his Cadillac Escalade, losing control, causing the sports utility vehicle ...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 1,997 reads 13 comments

  3. The 10 Worst Numbered Shows in UFC History

    With a depleted UFC 106 card supported by nothing but Tito's giant head. Now is the perfect time to countdown the UFC's worst of the worst...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 2,109 reads 11 comments

  4. Mike Brown vs. Jose Aldo: WEC 44 Main Event Breakdown

    WEC 44 will go down at the Palms tomorrow featuring the best main event left in the 2009 calender year. And considering there's still a number of UFC events, as well as two end-of-year Japanese cards, that's pretty impressive...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 897 reads 8 comments

  5. Couture vs. Vera: A Look at How the Judges Got It Right

    When watching the main event live, thanks to means I must plead the Fifth to, I thoroughly enjoyed it, scoring the bout 29-29 on the first viewing...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 2,151 reads 15 comments

  6. I'm Sick and Tired of UFC Matchmaker Joe Silva

    When I think of Joe Silva, two things immediately come to mind. For starters, he'd make a great recast choice for Oddjob, if (more like when) Hollywood gets around to remaking Goldfinger ...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 3,293 reads 13 comments

  7. Matt Hughes' Submitted List of Opponents He Thinks Are Interesting (Humor)

    This letter was intercepted by an anonymous fan on his way to the post office, I gave him 20 bucks, and a copy of Made in America: The Most Dominant Champion in UFC History . In short, I purloined the letter, most insidiously...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 100 reads 14 comments

  8. Fedor Emelianenko Not "Exposed", Still "Invincible"

    Before last night Fedor Emelianenko was a dominating freak of nature with devastating punching power, heralded submission skills, and a propensity to cut...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 1,212 reads 11 comments

  9. Bad Night for World Victory Road: Khalidov and Omigawa Take Wins

    In Toyko, this morning all hell broke loose in a card wedged betwween Strikeforce events, as Michihiro Omigawa defeated consensus top-five featherweight, Hatsu Hioki via split-decision in a bout many had going the other way...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 144 reads 3 comments

  10. The Future of MMA May Depend on Strikeforce: Fedor Emelianenko vs. Brett Rogers

    As melodramatic as that title seems to be, the upward momentum of MMA will be tested a mere 24 hours from now when Fedor Emelianenko will take to the cage for the first time and face Brett Rogers...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 413 reads 14 comments

  11. Free-For-All:Fedor-Rogers vs. UFC 105; Which Card Reigns Supreme?

    For a period in time the most highly anticipated fight wasn't going to happen in an octagon, but rather an Affliction ring...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 1,854 reads 12 comments

  12. Paper Champion: What All Transpired To Mar the Upset of the Year

    When the prematch hype machine sputtered, Mauricio "Shogun" Rua showed us how the semi-charmed UFC organization has survived and built itself into the dynasty it's become...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 785 reads 18 comments

  13. Bellator Signs TV Deal, Making It's First Real Mistake

    While Eddie Alverez is busy in Japan posing for pictures in the "White Cage," Bellator FC can finally begin planning it's next season of tournaments. As news today has broken that they have signed a multi-tiered TV contract with NBC, FSN, and Telemundo...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 130 reads 0 comments

  14. Dan Henderson and UFC Clash: Should He Stay or Should He Go Now?

    While the MMA world has been devoid of earthshaking news lately, one thing with some legs appears to be some contract brouhaha between Dan Henderson and ZUFFA...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 1,017 reads 19 comments

  15. Women's MMA: It's Here To Stay

    If you read this article questioning the staying power of womens mma, to be featured in the November issue of Fighters Only Magazine, and you've read the title then you probably know what the rest of this article is going to say...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 266 reads 15 comments

  16. Ben Henderson vs. Donald Cerrone: A Look at Why The Judges Got It Right.

    Most of the ink spilled about a fantastic WEC 43 card has once again been about the topic of judging; namely the scoring for Cerrone vs. Henderson, totally overshadowing what was an exhibition on what exciting grappling can be...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 2,173 reads 9 comments

  17. OMG! The Top 10 Sideshow Bouts in MMA History.

    Like Nick Thompson's suit (Which I'm guessing Joesph Lupoli wore to his prom) these fights will make you laugh, cry, or feel copious amounts of physical and psychological pain. (like a Ken Shamrock fight) You've been warned...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 2,260 reads 4 comments

  18. DREAM Possibly End Era, Claiming It's First Japanese Champion

    In the not so wee hours of the morning a tape delayed Dream.11 finished. It saw three fight of the year candidates, two title matches and a plethora of mismatches or just outright ...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 176 reads 3 comments

  19. The Clown at Midnight: Dissecting Your Love for the YouTube Legend

    Projected to be the most watched non-live fight in the history of time and space, with over seven million eyes tuned to Spike TV. Kevin Ferguson will be center stage for the first time since his ill-fated contest versus Seth Petrezelli at Elite XC: Heat.

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 271 reads 10 comments

  20. Braulio Estima Proves To Be Barcelona Standout

    Emerging from the shadows, Braulio Estima made the world's most prestigious no-gi amateur submissions grappling event his. In the 88k finals he was able to successfully apply a spectacular inverted triangle...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 346 reads 2 comments

  21. The Legacy and History of Mirko Cro Cop

    As a fan of MMA (and not just the UFC) I've grown rather found of Mirko Filipovic, the K-1 Kickboxer who moved to mixed-martial-arts just as “striking” was beginning to find its sea legs in the sport...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 1,453 reads 8 comments

  22. The Next Step in the Evolution of Mixed Martial Arts: Defense

    Every so often these days in MMA the game is changed forever. It started with Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, which exposed every pure striking art as flawed...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about 5 years ago 481 reads 6 comments

  23. Foolish Actions Jackson: TUF 10 Opens with Rampage's Senseless Antics

    In between shots of Kevin Ferguson massaging his beard. A number of semi-notable things happened on the opening salvo of "The Ultimate Fighter...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 460 reads 6 comments

  24. 10 Things You Need To Remember Heading Into UFC 103

    With UFC 103, and Mayweather vs. Marquez set to hit the airwaves about the same time on Saturday night. The full court press put on these two events thanks to HBO's very polished 24/7 series, and Dana White's incredibly big mouth...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 787 reads 1 comments

  25. Welterweight Conundrum: No Easy Solutions, But Here Goes

    No matter how you twist your brain, the UFC welterweight division is in a state of disrepair now that the welterweight title eliminator to crown a new No. 1 contender has now washed out...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 254 reads 1 comments