UFC 244 AfterMMAth (The Bullshit Middle Finger Belt Edition)

This corner of cyberspace was on a little hiatus, due to… well, stuff. Lucky me too, as otherwise, I’d have to be writing post after post about, yet another one of my favorites losing badly. So welcome back, one and all. Today’s AfterMMAth is the BMF (Bullshit Middle Finger) edition. Expect fireworks, President Trump, and all kinds of shenanigans.
Let’s jump right to my picks. Then, we’ll chat about this, that and the other.

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UFC 241 AfterMMAth (Blood, Sweat and so many tears)

I don’t feel like writing a full piece on this event. Why? It would just make me re-live that sad moment at the end. Not to mention… those picks. But, We’re here to talk MMA and not wollow in our pain, so…
Let’s jump right to my picks. Then, we’ll chat about this, that and the other.

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UFC 239 AfterMMAth (Underdogs And Other Dogs)

How many times, did we wait, impatiently for a hyped up event, like UFC 239 only to have it end with a relative disappointment? All those missed weights, last minute injuries, not to mention judges “contribution” and post fights shenanigans… And 239 had Jon Jones at the top… scary prospect… But all the stars aligned, everyone showed up and I think the word to use, to describe this event as a whole is – Fantastic!
Alright, let’s jump right to my picks. Then, we’ll chat about this, that and the other.

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UFC 217 AfterMMAth (King Georges The Second)

Last time around, we called this “The history channel” and well, it was.
But when it comes to pure MMA, Drama, Significance to titles, and overall performance, I think UFC217 made a very strong case for being THE one. Dana was right, we can’t forget past events, and some were indeed epic, so we will let the dust settle and leave that call for another day. This morning, I’m still buzzing (as I expect many of you are) over a card that justifies every superlative.
As always, let’s discuss my picks quickly. Then, we’ll chat about this, that and the other.

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UFC 211 AfterMMAth (And the answer is…)

Preamble #1: Due to unfortunate, yet really fortunate circumstances (it’s complicated) I wasn’t able to watch UFC 211 in real-time. So I disconnected from all social media outlets until now.
Preamble #2: I didn’t have the time, nor the inclination to add the prediction for the fight that was scheduled in place of Cejudo/Pettis.
Let’s discuss my picks quickly and then see if we can talk about a thing or two in general. No promises.

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UFC 211 – Predictions

Are you counting the hours yet? Everything’s bigger in Texas, and this event is no exception. Two promising title fights, at the tail of a card that can only be described as AWESOME! What else can we ask for?
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