1. NFL Fans...You Make Me Sick

    Monday, Aug. 31, 2009, we found out how much of a liar all you suckers are. For two years I sat by and believed you guys were equally fed up with ESPN's Brett Favre watch, only to ...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 262 reads 3 comments

  2. Todd Duffee in the Fast Lane, but Is That Wise?

    I remember while I was making my picks that Todd Duffee vs. Tim Hague was a catch fight (in my lexicon that means I had to think about it for a while)...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 960 reads 20 comments

  3. To Finish or Not To Finish: That Is The Question

    The more toward the mainstream we drift, the closer people examine the "brutality" of the sport; words like human cockfighting, and bloodsport are tossed around like grains of sand on a well populated beach...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 259 reads 10 comments

  4. 15 Things I Noticed During UFC 102: Nogueira Vs. Couture

    A rowdy, and educated (if light in number) crowd at the Rose Garden got to see another chapter in "Better Late Than Never You Little F@$$*ts, The Trials and Tribulations of Dana White...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 1,679 reads 49 comments

  5. UFC 102: Do Or Die Fight Previews

    In MMA let's face it: the UFC is the sun, and everybody else is just a celestial body orbiting it. If your a fighter nobodies going to pay you more, get you more exposure and build your name value...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 239 reads 6 comments

  6. Sleeper Cards: M-1: Breakthrough

    Overshadowed by UFC 102, the latest Strikeforce news, and whatever Frank Mir has to say it seems, is a card in a jam packed weekend of mixed martial arts that you should be aware of...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 324 reads 1 comments

  7. Randy Couture: Statistical Outlier or Something More?

    Could Randy Couture be just a rarity of endurance, or rather has he perfected a style of fighting that will keep fighters fighting far beyond our previous inclinations of what expiration dates can be...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 225 reads 4 comments

  8. The Pound-for-Pound Best Women in MMA - August 2009

    Back in May(god its only been three months), I entered the MMA scene by running down a list of the best ladies the game had to offer...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 816 reads 4 comments

  9. Boxing Isn't Dying...It's Killing Itself

    Yesterday, boxing took another willing step into the grave. Not literally. However, live on HBO, Juan Diaz fought Paulie Mallignaggi in what was supposed to be a tune up match for Diaz in his hometown, on his road to bigger things...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 640 reads 24 comments

  10. Hits and Mrs.: MMA's Top Five Technical Women's Bouts

    The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon and pacify them.—Thomas Jefferson The fallout from the Gina Carano-Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos fight seems to be that women's MMA is ...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 5,211 reads 9 comments

  11. It's Time to Stop This Tomfoolery: Nobody's "Untouchable"

    It seems that around the time Lyoto Machida knocked out Rashad Evans, every person who has ever had a belt strapped to their waist in our sport is now someone we should all hail as somehow transcendent...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 547 reads 12 comments

  12. Things I Learned From Strikeforce: Carano vs. Santos

    On a night of tremendous highs, and equal lows; anybody who wasn't enjoying this card, just isn't a fan of the sport. Here's a list chronologically of things I learned from the event in the books...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 1,120 reads 16 comments

  13. Dana White Declares War... It's 2002 All Over Again

    In a surprise worthy of Uwe Boll, the UFC signs 13-11 Middleweight Phil Baroni. There's so many places you could go here its almost not fair to the New York Bad Ass, so i'll simply ...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 756 reads 24 comments

  14. The Fight Before the Fights: WMMA 2 Simulates Strikeforce's Carano Vs. Santos

    Grey Dog Studios game, WMMA 2 is fabulous for anyone who's ever wanted to know what it was like to be Dana White, and Joe Silva. You can download the demo at www.greydogsoftware...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 474 reads 0 comments

  15. Carano vs. Santos: Boldly Predicting Where No Woman Has Gone Before

    Santos vs. Carano, now flanked with just one compelling title fight and another that's completely non-compelling, will look to propel WMMA into the limelight. On Aug...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 1,462 reads 7 comments

  16. Anderson Silva Dominates, Silencing Critics.

    On a night of decisions, Anderson Silva proves once and possibly for all he's the finest fighter the UFC has to offer. In Philadelphia tonight UFC 101's moniker "Declaration" was justified in 3:23 seconds in a memorable round in the Wachovia Center...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 229 reads 5 comments

  17. Assessing The Womens Game: How Should Strikeforce Handle Its Division?

    With Strikeforce taking most of the news for the week, and with Carano vs. Santos now less then two weeks away, now's the time for an article I've been thinking about writing for the past month...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 347 reads 5 comments

  18. Oh The Plot Thickens for Fedor and the UFC

    Hamlet seems to be back on the "Not to be" side of the fence after the report just crossed the wire that Fedor Emelianenko will be headlining EA Sports' MMA. This news should come as no surprise to Fedorian's everywhere...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 506 reads 4 comments

  19. Remembering Affliction Entertainment... 2008-2009

    Amid all of the hoopla over where the fighters go from here, and who benefits from this the most, I feel it important to summarise why this venture wasn't a total failure, and highlight the legacy that the two show, old promotion leaves behind...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 353 reads 7 comments

  20. With Seven MMA Cards in August, Who Feels the Pinch?

    As a rule, I don't like to rain on parades. I usually like to attend them (and get the free stuff people hand out). After all, parades (like MMA events) are supposed to be symbolic to the systemic ...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 396 reads 9 comments

  21. My DREAM 10 Live Blog

    Just me with a laptop and TV for those who can't see the show, or want to read it when they get up in the morning. My grammar will be awful; I'm doing this on the fly. 3:01AM: The B Team is here for DREAM 10...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 212 reads 15 comments

  22. This is Like Deja Vu All Over Again

    The Roman Philosopher Seneca once wrote "Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity." By those standards, Brock Lesnar got really lucky... by everybody else's standards it was a good ole fashioned beat-down...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 269 reads 14 comments

  23. Mir vs. Lesnar: The Six Inches Between Their Ears Will Determine the Outcome

    In Chinese philosophy, the concept of yin and yang shows how two disjunct or opposing forces are interconnected and interdependent in the world—giving rise to each other in turn...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 2,929 reads 30 comments

  24. The Pound-for-Pound Best Men in the World

    After the smash success my Women's list was it's time to wade into the shark infested waters of Men's game. I waffled on this for a long time, but after seeing others put up some pretty iffy top tens with no real rime or reasoning behind their selections

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 1,496 reads 49 comments

  25. Jumped The Shark: Diminishing Talent Pool Weakens Product

    Back when the UFC was hemorrhaging money and teetering on the brink of being put out of business by Pride FC (who, up to then, basically stole every champion the UFC ever had), ZUFFA did ...

    Ken Foss Written by Ken Foss about over 5 years ago 174 reads 7 comments