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  • Cage Radio Recaps UFC 123 with Renzo Gracie and Jon Anik on Monday Night at 7 p.m.

    Rampage Jackson outpointed Lyoto Machida, BJ Penn blasted Matt Hughes, and George Sotiropoulos continued his march toward a title shot. Make sure to join Cage Radio presented by USCombatSports.com tomorrow evening to catch up on all of the UFC 123 action alongside special guests Renzo Gracie and Jon Anik.
  • Jackson-Machida decision emphasizes the sport in "fights sports"

    If last night's fight between Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Lyoto Machida had taken place on the streets as a continuous, fifteen-minute scrap, it would only be remembered that Machida came closer to scoring a knockout and also latched on an armbar that had Jackson in survival mode. Even Jackson saw it this way, despite possibly earning a title shot with the win.
  • Mr. Wonderful wins via Mr. Wonderful at UFC 123

    When former pride of the Penn State wrestling program, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania's own Phil “Mr Wonderful” Davis defeated Tim Boetsch at tonight at UFC 123, the question came simultaneously from the record keepers as to exactly how. Davis answered the question, himself in his locker room post-fight interview for UFC.com. After a dominant first round for Davis, which showed off some newly polished striking skills, Mr. Wonderful wasted no time taking Boetsch to the ground in the second frame. From a mount, Davis jumped to side control and grabbed on to his opponent's outstretched wrist. Afterward, Davis reached one arm behind Boetsch's back while using his body weigh to direct B...
  • Cage Radio Previews MMA this Holiday Season

    Cage Radio returns at its usual time, Saturday at 1:30 PM with a list of blessings for the MMA community. With the last big week before the temporary hiatus that MMA has over Thanksgiving about to start, Cage Radio previews the remaining shows in November, including UFC 123, as well as what local shows fans should look out for in the coming months. To listen to the show on Blog Talk Radio click here. Cage Radio is also available via Go Fight Live, through the Sports Action Network Radio mobile app, or on the embedded player, below:     Listen to internet radio with Cage Radio: MAT on Blog Talk Radio
  • Josh Kasee Expects to Shock Chase Beebe and the MMA World at Ruckus 4

    In less than a week, Josh Kasee will get the opportunity to face former WEC champion Chase Beebe at Ruckus 4 in Chicago. A victory over the nationally recognized Beebe would get Kasee even closer to his dream of a UFC contract.
  • TUF Season 12 Episode 10 Recap

    With theseason 12 quarterfinals of UFC reality TV series The Ultimate Fighter in the books,USCS blogger Chris Huntemann continues hisbreakdown of the show: A longstanding feud finally came to a head on this week’s “The Ultimate Fighter,” as UFC fans finally got to see Team GSP teammates Michael Johnson and Alex “Bruce Leroy” Caceres settle their differences in the last quarterfinal bout. But before those two squared off, the other quarterfinal match-up took place with Team GSP’s Kyle Watson going against Team Koscheck’s Aaron Wilkinson. Watson asserted himself from the onset, scoring an early takedown before switching to side control and attempting an arm triangle. Wilkinson fought his way...
  • Bellator Tournament Jay Hieron's Last Chance at Glory

    Thoroughbred Long Islander and MMA staple Jay Hieron will be getting his long-awaited and possibly last shot at glory in the Bellator season four welterweight tournament in early 2011. According to a report broken yesterday by MMA Junkie, the IFL champion and veteran of Strikeforce and the UFC will be adding yet another promotion to his resume as he joins the Bellator welterweight roster. The former Hoftra wrestler, now training at Xtreme Couture, is largely considered the most talented and experienced mixed martial artist never to get his big break. Hieron's run in the UFC basically began and ended with a loss to the nigh undefeatable Georges St. Pierre just five fights in to his care...
  • Network Boxing in the 1970’s. What can the 2000’s learn from the 70’s?

    Addressing this question is a little like asking who is the best pound for pound boxer, or the best baseball, and tennis players of all time.· Different times, different training methods, it is all conjecture.·· I can share my favorite in each sport and what I remember most vividly.· In all honesty, I don’t have any idea of who would have been the victor in a head-to-head combat or who was the best all around player.· There are just too many variables.· The same holds true for spans of time, what worked in the 70’s may not work in the 2000’s.· It is evident, successful tomorrows depend on an acute knowledge of what worked and what did not work in the past. The 1970’s were pivotal in bo...
  • Miller Brothers Talk Dual UFC 124 Appearance

    Resident AMA standouts and all around Jersey boys of the UFC, Dan and Jim Miller, made an appearance at the MMA World Expo last Saturday, November 13 at the Javitz Center in Manhattan. Below is an interview with the duo regarding their scheduled bouts on the UFC 124 card, the first time the two brothers will fight on the same event since joining the UFC. The video interview is reposted with permission via The Fight Nerd.
  • Phil Davis Faces Test of Marketability at UFC 123

    After three consecutive wins in the UFC, light heavyweight Phil “Mr. Wonderful” Davis will be making his first appearance on a Pay Per View main card this Saturday at UFC 123. The former pride of the Penn State wrestling program is a young, charismatic, and explosive athlete with the kind of regional fan following that it takes to be a future star. But his dip in the Pay Per View pond will be Mr. Wonderful's first test of the waters of his own mass marketability. Davis' rise in the UFC ranks has been similar to fellow Mid-Atlantic wrestler turned MMA light heavyweight, Jon Jones. Both Davis and Jones started their UFC career as a tune-up fight for a mid-level name, but their unexp...

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