Category: MMA

After UFC 300, the Cult of Max Holloway is at an all-time high

In the aftermath of UFC 300, Max Holloway’s night goes down as one of the greatest in the annals of UFC history.

So long as Sean Strickland is champion there will be plenty to talk about

Coming up on UFC 297, Sean Strickland as a champion looked exactly like Sean Strickland the taboo.

Anderson Silva gets his day, and nobody dominated his day quite like Anderson Silva

Perhaps it was an extra slap in the face that the UFC decided to announce Anderson Silva would be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame on the same night Kamaru Usman tried to get his title back

Jon Jones is back, which means …well, it’s complicated

It’s been a long, meandering, contradictory, asterisked, glorified, bloodshot, largely troubled road for Jones as he comes back at UFC 285.

Will UFC 281 reveal that it’s been Alex Pereira’s story all along?

Alex Pereira didn’t just beat Adesanya at some early juncture of Izzy’s career—he beat him twice—and now the ghost has followed him to UFC 281

The Nate Diaz Story – BT Sport Production

tremendous work over there. Narrated by Ariel Helwani

Sorting out the UFC’s featherweight division

If you took a handful of feathers and threw them into the air, it would look more orderly than what’s going on in the UFC’s featherweight division.

Some fights just don’t live up to expectations, and it’s okay to be bummed

One of my favorite pastimes is to sit back and take in the debates following a big fight night, especially among those select few who feel compelled to tell other fans how they should feel.  Saturday night’s main event between Israel Adesanya and Jared Cannonier at UFC 276 wasn’t a…

Oh yes, the good old days of covering MMA

I started thinking about the good old days of MMA journalism, back when content wasn’t mostly headline pollution