Michael Kovacs, ADMIN - Apr 24, 2021

It may be some time off yet, but MMA fans are eagerly looking ahead to UFC 264 in July. Taking place at the T-Mobile Arena in Nevada, its headliner will be the mega-hyped trilogy fight between Conor McGregor and Dustin Poirier, and it’s safe to say the appetite for the bout is fierce. Sports journalist […]

Last Word Staff - Dec 2, 2019

Betting remains fashionable all over the world, and bookies are coming up with products that meet the needs of customers. Sports enthusiasts find pleasure in betting on their favorite games. In the world of combat sports, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is widespread and has large viewership. MMA offers full action for the fans of this […]

Robert Whittaker
Last Word Staff - Nov 28, 2019

They often say defending the title is harder than actually winning it. MMA Sucka’s Dr. Paulie Gavoni and Dr. Alex Edmonds put this thought into perspective, suggesting that the mental aspect of mixed martial arts is more than likely the culprit. It’s normal for some MMA fighters to feel bad after losing a belt. However, […]

Khabib Nurmagomedov
Last Word Staff - Oct 30, 2019

Khabib Nurmagomedov has been one of the biggest and best UFC stars to enter the industry to date. He has a phenomenal record and he has done great things for the business. It was a shock to say the least when he came out with a statement suggesting that he was planning on retiring from […]

Alexander Gustafsson, MMA History
Last Word Staff - Dec 13, 2018

The UFC is going out of 2018 swinging, having scheduled one of the biggest main events in the company’s history. Co-headlining the main event is Amanda Nunes versus Cristiane ‘Cyborg’ Justino, which many see as a battle between the two best pound-for-pound women’s fighters in the UFC right now. Alongside this colossal matchup, Jon Jones […]

Combat Sports
Last Word Staff - Oct 31, 2018

Physical preparation is only part of the game — the real fight is in one’s mind. The famous saying goes: “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you are right.” While some people are born with more favorable opportunities than others, in the end, the mind is a person’s best frenemy. It […]

UFC Hall of Fame
Jamie Greer - Jun 4, 2017

At tonight’s UFC 212 event, it was announced that NJPW legend Kazushi Sakuraba was being inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame. A crowning achievement for the country of Japan (Sakuraba is only the 2nd Japanese fighter to win a title in UFC) and a another nod of respect to the world of professional wrestling. Sakuraba […]

Dave Caplice - Aug 28, 2016

Benson Henderson got the win over Pitbull Freire, as everyone expected, but the story of a fight is told in much more than just wins and losses.

Kevin Nape - Aug 28, 2016

Anthony Pettis drops to 145 and returns to glory when he submitted Charles “Do Bronx” Oliveira via 3rd round guillotine choke.

Aaron Wurtzel - Aug 27, 2016

Going into her fight with “Rowdy” Bec Rawlings, on Saturday night in Vancouver, the question on everybody’s mind was: Was the time Paige VanZant (PVZ) took off well spent? Well… See for yourself. [email protected] hits a RIDICULOUS jumping switch roundhouse kick KO! #UFCVancouver — FOX Sports: UFC (@UFCONFOX) August 28, 2016 “12 Gauge” left no […]

Aaron Wurtzel - Aug 27, 2016

Having not fought since December 2015, Paige VanZant is set to make her return to the octagon at UFC on Fox 21 in Vancouver, BC, where she will meet Bec Rawlings in an important fight for both VanZant and the strawweight division. Paige VanZant Return Has Everybody Talking  Since her loss to Rose Namajunas, we have […]

Kevin Nape - Aug 27, 2016

For former lightweight champion Anthony “Showtime” Pettis, it is the moment of truth. On Saturday Pettis will make his featherweight debut against Charles “Do Bronx” Oliveira, at UFC on Fox 21, inside Rodgers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Everything is on the line. Anthony “Showtime” Pettis Pettis won the lightweight title by submitting Benson […]

Logan Helfferich - Aug 26, 2016

After Rory MacDonald’s recent signing with Bellator along with Tyron Woodley’s victory over Robbie Lawler to win the UFC welterweight championship, this main event fight has become a title-eliminator. Stephen Thompson is undoubtedly the top UFC welterweight contender, but after that Condit and Maia are right there. Condit challenged Lawler in his last fight for […]

Aaron Wurtzel - Aug 25, 2016

It has been months of speculation over when when he would return. Since announcing that he was looking for a comeback, it sounds like a Georges St-Pierre return is finally imminent. Report: Rush to Return at UFC 206 In an interview with MMA Fighting, St. Pierre hinted that UFC 206, which takes place at the […]

Aaron Wurtzel - Aug 25, 2016

After his latest win over Rick “The Horror” Story at UFC 202, Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone‘s future was up in the air due to no more fights on his current contract. However, the fear of “Cowboy” going anywhere else can be put to bed. Earlier today the UFC broke out the big guns by signing Donald […]

Dave Caplice - Aug 25, 2016

Two of the worlds best face off in a genuine superfight taking place outside the Octagon. Bellator 160: Henderson vs Freire is a fight you do not want to miss.

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Last Word Staff - Aug 25, 2016

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