Sucka Radio w/ Cain Velasquez

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This week on Sucka Radio the former UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez stops by. The AKA product talks about his acting career, specifically Kickboxer: Vengeance, as well as when he’d like to get back inside the Octagon, if he has a preference of who he’d like to fight, who he thinks Daniel Cormier will fight […] READ MORE


UFC 200 Staff Picks: LWOS Weighs In

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They say if you want to make God laugh, make plans. That statement could not have been more true in the days leading up to the biggest series of fight cards in MMA history. Dominant champions such as Matt Hughes and George St-Pierre look more like relics of an ancient epoch of MMA, and with […] READ MORE



Lessons Learned: Rousey, Aldo, and Werdum

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In the past eighteen months, we’ve seen long reigning champions unseated, divisional kings dethroned, and the passing of the proverbial torch in mixed martial arts. This pattern is all too familiar with a nascent combat sport like MMA, where certain fighters seem to usher in new eras of combat mastery, bringing new ideas and knowledge about […] READ MORE



UFC 196 A Lesson Zuffa has Been Slow to Learn

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It started out innocuously enough, just another lost pay-per-view main event thanks to Cain Velasquez’ ailing frame. Disappointing, though the news was, fans were assuaged with the hopes they’d still get to see Fabricio Werdum, the arguable “baddest man on the planet”, compete at UFC 196 in February. The UFC even managed to line up […] READ MORE




Stipe Miocic Can Revive UFC's Flagging Heavyweight Division

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Last Saturday night at UFC 195 in Las Vegas, Stipe Miocic provided a timely reminder of the undying appeal of heavyweight MMA. Heading into battle with a revered foe and household-name in Andrei Arlovski, predictions were as diverse as they were debated, with the fight acknowledged as having potential to play out in a multitude […] READ MORE