During the Mauricio Rua vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira fight last Saturday night, I received a text message from my mother. Now, I live in Las Vegas. She still lives in my old hometown outside of Houston.
Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC I am constantly recommending Edwin Haislet's masterpiece, On Boxing to readers who ask for further studying material. I love the text so much, in fact, that I am two articles
Fightland Blog Photo by Brandon Magnus/Zuffa LLC On the State of Aldo-McGregor, and the Bicycle Kick The UFC 189 main event has come off of the rails. Jose Aldo is injured, and is either going to bail
Fightland Blog Capcom's most famous fighting series, Street Fighter has shipped over 35 million copies worldwide, and generated millions of dollars more through the milking of quarters from the pockets
Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC In a profession which prides itself on the poker face, no one needed to be inside Renan do Nascimento Mota Pegado's head to know what he was thinking in the fourth round.
Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC If insanity is repeating the same actions and expecting different results, Renan Barão is mad as a march hare. Delusion is a keystone in building a great fighter: he has
Celebs Kathie Lee and Hoda are “punchin’ and slippin’” into shape with two boxing champions, Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin and Daniel “Miracle Man” Jacobs and they demonstrate that no planks are required
Photos by Shawn Calhoun There is a battle going on in college boxing, only the combatants are not boxers and it’s not punches that they’re trading. A few months back, I wrote a piece covering the University
Flores follows the same preparation as her male opponents. She lifts the same truck tires and waits for the same opportunity to catch a break and get the chance to fight for her country. But the 39-year-old