UFC 232 AfterMMAth (2 Goats In LA)

UFC232 turned out to be greater than the sum of its shenanigans. It featured thirteen fights, only three of which went the distance. Upsets, KOs and submissions galore. What more can one ask for?
Alright, let’s jump right to my picks. Then, we’ll chat about this, that and the other.

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UFC 198 After MMAth (The Big Bang Theory)

Hello everyone and welcome back.

In case you were wondering, my life just became a little more interesting (more on that at a later date) and so it came to pass that after a really long and prolific prediction work I… forgot to do a prediction post for UFC 198… Just didn’t have the time, and the in the time I did have there was simply too much more to do… OK. Enough excuses. For the record, here are the predictions I did make just before this card started: Continue reading

There’s A Lesson In There Somewhere

Good morning folks.

Somewhere, Ronda Rousey sat last night muttering “Unbelievable… I lost the title just so… Miesha Tate will now hold it?

If you did not enjoy UFC 196, I seriously don’t know what else they can offer. It’s not about who you were behind on the fights, if you had a favorite. It’s about the beauty of this sport. The hype leads up to an event and on that event – excuse the cliché but it’s true – anything can happen. The hype can get a boost, it can die down in a silent whimper, or, as in the case of last night – it can live up to its build-up in a pretty unexpected way. Continue reading

UFC 196 – Predictions

Hi everybody!

2016 Started with a bang and then a PPV that turned into a free card. But that’s ok, because once more, it’s a title fight between two of my favorite WMMA fighters – Miesha Tate and Holly Holm. And if that’s not enough, There’s that Mystic Mac fighting Nate Diaz. Need more? Continue reading

UFC 191 – Predictions

Hi everybody!

UFC announced some pretty sick cards coming up. Cards that may make this one pale in comparison. A word of advice folks – don’t just a card by its cover 🙂 This one has all the making of a good fight card. For one, I care far more about anything but the main event. Not that I don’t respect Mighty Mouse or Dodson. They are worthy headliners. It’s just that I don’t find myself really rooting for either one, you know… which is to say… Continue reading