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  • The Evolution of TITLE Boxing and TITLE MMA

    The largest online mixed martial arts superstore, TITLE MMA, didn’t just pop out of nowhere. In fact, TITLE MMA evolved from boxing to both a boxing and MMA megastore. TITLE Boxing started primarily as a boxing equipment company. That being said, mixed martial arts (MMA) and kickboxing have used boxing and boxing equipment as a part of their training regimes, and it was a natural progression for TITLE Boxing to expand its offering to more specialized equipment for other combat sports.
  • Brawler Boards Offers Sponsorship Program – Get Paid for Doing What You Love … Training

    How would you like to get paid to train? Or get paid to fight, even at the amateur level? Brawler Boards, the only company that creates skateboards and snowboards for fight fans, is looking for up and coming combat sport athletes to grow its amateur fight team. They have already sponsored Bellator Light Heavyweight Champion Emanuel Newton and UFC veteran Josh Neer, but are now focusing on amateur fighters. “Our mission is to help people achieve their dreams,” explained Kahan Claxton, founder of Brawler Boards.
  • Low Blow Conversations- KRQE Channel 13 Sports Director Van Tate

    On this special edition of the Low Blow, Justin Goodrum and Jorge Hernandez interview KRQE 13 Sports Director Van Tate on a wide range of New Mexican combat sports topics. Tate gives his thoughts on Holly Holm's transition to MMA, Austin Trout's recent struggles in the ring, the glory years of boxing in Albuquerque, and much more. Disagree with our thoughts and opinion, always you can contact us through Facebook, @TheLowBlow, and e-mail LowBlow505@gmail.com. Also get the latest video interviews featuring the best combat sports personalities in New Mexico via our YouTube page at youtube.com/LowBlow505. We are available on the Stitcher Radio App and iTunes. On this special edition...
  • St. Pierre Vacates Title, Hendricks- Lawler to Determine New Champion

    Georges St. Pierre has been embroiled in controversy since the announcement of his split decision victory over Johnny Hendricks at UFC 167 in Las Vegas. Many fans, as well as UFC President Dana White felt Johnny Hendricks won the match hands down. However, the judges cage side disagreed. Following the win GSP went on an odd tangent claiming he would step away from the sport to deal with personal issues. On today’s special conference call with the media St. Pierre held true to his word. While he answered many questions regarding the title he still left those on the call wondering, “What is so pressing in his life that he would walk away from MMA in his prime?”
  • Low Blow Radio Ep.171- Jorge Interviews Victor Ortiz and Erislandy Lara, Holly Holm victorious, UFC adds the Women's Strawweight's, UFC on Fox Preview

    On this edition of the Low Blow, Justin rides solo as he will rundown all the fights that went down over the weekend. He'll discuss Holly Holm's victory and future, UFC adding another women's division, and preview the flyweight title fight on the UFC on Fox this Saturday night. Also stay tuned for Jorge interviews with Erislandy Lara and Victor Ortiz from his trip to Brooklyn.Disagree with our thoughts and opinion, always you can contact us through Facebook, @TheLowBlow, and e-mail LowBlow505@gmail.com. Also get the latest video interviews featuring the best combat sports personalities in New Mexico via our YouTube page at youtube.com/LowBlow505. We are available on the Stitch...
  • UFC 168: Why Weidman Goes 2-0 Vs. Silva

    The last UFC event before the New Year will be a historical event. UFC 168: Weidman vs. Silva 2 will attract mixed martial arts fans from all over the world. The MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV will play host to what is being hyped as the bigest fight card inthe organization's history.UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman takes on former UFC champion and legend Anderson Silva. Weidman delivered a shocking boom to the jaw of Silva forcing his eyes to roll to the back of his head ending the fight. Instantly after Weidman was crowned the king of the middle weights, Silva fans were finding themselves in denial. Weidman improved to a perfect 10-0 record and dropped Silva to 33-5.
  • OPINION: Expect Rousey to Walk Through Tate At UFC 168... Again.

    As the end of the 2013 fight season approaches, Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva will enter the octagon for the second time on December 28. Before they shut the cage door for the main event, co-main event is for the Women’s Bantamweight title between Ronda Rousey and challenger Miesha Tate. The champion, Rousey is looking to defend her belt for the second time in the UFC. The co-main event will be a rematch between Tate (13-4) and Rousey (7-0) when they enter the cage for the belt. In the first bout, “Rowdy” Rousey defeated Tate by her infamous arm bar submission in the first round.
  • USCS Fighter Spotlight -Turning Pro: Scott Ingram

    Transition and adapting to new changes is a key component to a fighter’s progression as a mixed martial artist. This same ideology can beapplied when a combatant takes that huge leap of faithfrom amateur to the professional divison. Always strivingfor nothing but the best since his introduction to the sport, Scott Ingramis making his newly presence known in the Colorado fight scene. Making his professional debut at RFA 11 with a successful victory over Dan Manius it is clear from viewing his talent revealed that night Ingram is already putting the community on eyes watchof the rise of a future star in MMA. USCSrecently receivedthe opportunity to speak with Ingram as he touches on his amateu...
  • Cruz Outworks Peet at King of the Cage Future Legends 19

    On SaturdayDec. 7, a packed house at the Eastside Cannery in Las Vegas, NV was treated to a great night of MMA action as King of the Cage presented their19th installment of Future Legends. In the fourth bout of the evening, welterweight JJ Torres brought the crowd to their feet with the methodical KO of crowd favorite Byron “Smash” Fields. Throughout most of the first round the two picked shots and threw quick combos at one another, barely missing the mark. After a low blow and short break, Fields came out letting his hands fly. Torres landed a clean counter and followed with a combination against the cage putting his opponent to sleep before he even hit the mat.
  • Christian Vazquez - Scheduled to Fight NAFC January 31, 2014 MMA Event

    This past weekend at the North American Fighting Championship the main event between Roufusport fighter Christian Vazquez and Kurstan Davenport, an independent fighter of Burlington, Iowa pulled a Nick Diaz. Davenport never arrived for the fight after being scheduled to work. Davenport was set to fight in his second professional bout. The unprofessional independent fighter decided to never leave his Iowa home after being given time post weigh-ins to arrive for the match. The Burlington, Iowa native, 33, had an extensive amateur record. Before turning pro, Davenport had a 6-6 record. Showing up and making weight was not a new experience for the 0-1 professional.

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