Whether you hate Conor McGregor, or you love him, when it comes to fighting he’s as honest as it gets. In light of Stephen A. Smith responding to Joe Rogan about his criticism of Donald Cerrone’s performance at UFC 246, Conor McGregor has chimed in. I personally don’t see Stephen A. apologizing, his ego is […]
Stephen A. Smith is arguable to the most well known sports personality in the world. But at UFC 236, he didn’t give just give an opinion on McGregor vs Cerrone, but he questioned the character and legitimacy of not only Cerrone, but also McGregor, the UFC, and MMA as a sport. “I’m quite disgusted,” Smith […]
Rich & I are back, after a little break, to talk UFC Fight Night in Denver and possibly the greatest knockout of all time, a little bit of UFC 230 in New York, and #Chito3 (Chuck Liddell vs Tito Ortiz 3). We also bare knuckle fighting, and the disbanding of the UFC Flyweight division.
Tonya Evinger will make her return to the UFC octagon on Feb. 18 at UFC Austin. Evinger is set to face Marion Reneau at 135lb. The former Invicta FC Bantamweight champion made her UFC debut at UFC 214 when she accepted a short notice fight against Cris Cyborg for the vacant UFC Featherweight title. Returning […]
On this week’s podcast, Rich and Mike recap Garcia Promotions Cage Combat 30, talk a little Gabrielle Union and D Wade, and UFC Gdansk. Also, we have Legacy & UFC vet Gerald Harris as this week’s guest. We talk about his retirement match, comedy, and more.
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Rich and I are back after a couple weeks off for another episode of The Truth About Stuff. This week, we recap UFC 206, we talk about or favorite fights of all time, Tonya Evinger regaining her Invicta title, MMAAA, Sage Northcutt vs Mickey Gall, and Derrick Lewis’ violent finish at UFC Albany.
Watching high level fighting in slow motion is a beautiful thing; it is violent art. The UFC prod a video series called Fight Motion, where they show highlights from events in slow motion. Check out UFC 206’s Fight Motion.