On Boxing Day - the most fightingest day of the year - we discuss the twelve stoic faces of Fedor Emelianenko.
We hop on the train to Busan
None of the wrestling mattered and both men came to throw bungalows.
Yadong couldn't handle the pressure and put in a flaccid performance the other night.
The fight drought ends and we get an event with a creamy bantamweight middle.
The number one contender for the BMF belt is going to be decided as Conor McGregor and Donald Cerrone fight at welterweight for no real reason.
We talk about Luke Rockhold vs a giant guido, and other stuff to pass the time until the UFC comes back.
We look back at the impact of Ben Askren and look forward to MVP scoring another knockout that ultimately means nothing.
We ignore the Brazil card.
We talk about Zabit being first round killer, third round filler.
Now let's never speak of the BMF belt again.
A real ass fight for a fake ass belt.
We talk omoplatas, leg entanglements and crotch grips.
We get ready for what could be the world's worst kickboxing match.
Chris Weidman did great until he lost again, but this one was quicker than ever.
We're doing fights on Friday now. Who knew?
We compare show kicks to go kicks and applaud ONE for new levels of tomfoolery.
Who even knows what is going on this week?
One boi falls so another boi can rise.
Boi on Boi violence, Lachlan Giles, and Slack on Boi mud slinging.
We get hype and ask who is this dirty knacker giving everyone pink eye?
We get ready for elevation and smog to give Jeremy Stephens a heart attack.
Justin Gaethje, MMA saint, did in another top lightweight on Saturday night and we just couldn't be happier.
Can Donald Cerrone overcome the pressure fighter this time?