Anderson “The Spider” Silva A.K.A G.O.A.T

Hello everyone. Thanks for checking back, even though no one forced you (right? rrrrright? right!).

On December 16, 2010, two Lightweights fought for the WEC title for the last time. The fight ended with a unanimous decision but is much more known for “the kick heard around the world”. It was a thing of beauty. The innovation, the execution, so fitting of the final event of this promotion. For weeks after that, people argued whether Anthony Pettis was “for real” or just a guy who executed a nice kick. I think we all know the answer to that question. The UFC LW belt tells it all. Continue reading

A Puncher’s Chance (Part 2 of 2)

Welcome back one and all, to this part 2 of the UFC 167 main event discussion.

In the first one, we focused on the long reigning champ, Georges St. Pierre. This one would be around the challenger, Johnny Bigg Rigg Hendricks. Continue reading

A Puncher’s Chance (Part 1 of 2)

Hello everyone. Happy you could make it 🙂

On today’s agenda two men, both will weight 170 lbs on November 15th. Continue reading

Big Country / UFC 166

Hello everyone and welcome back to this humble blog.

Last night on UFC166 I went 2 for 3 with my predictions. I went with Cain Valasquez to retain his Heavyweight title, with Cain’s training partner, Daniel Cormier to beat Roy Nelson, and with Diego Sanchez to beat Gilbert Melendez. Continue reading

Bring It!

Hi everyone and welcome back to the dot com.

To quote Bruce Buffer, MMA announcer extraordinaire – “Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit’s Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiime!!!” Continue reading

Along Came “The Spider”

Happy 4th of July to all Americans and welcome back everyone (including myself…). Man, work is hectic, which shouldn’t be a complaint these days. So, being grateful for my employment, I finally got to sit down and write this post. With no further ado, I’d like to talk a little about a man called Anderson Silva. Continue reading