Welp. That happened. By now you’ve already chatted with strangers, braved the Internet storm and undoubtedly debated with friends over what Ronda ‘really’ did wrong at UFC 193.
As the mixed martial arts world finally begins to unclasp their stronghold on the outcome of UFC 193, the promotion unfolded its latest Fight Night in Monterrey, Mexico this past Saturday with headliners Neil Magny and Kelvin Gastelum. In the underestimated main event, Magny emerged the victor via split decision despite finding himself in danger during the final rounds of the clash.
It’s no secret that Ronda Rousey’s overtly aggressive personality has been difficult for fans and colleagues alike to swallow. The former bantamweight champion has left no ear free of her colourful and often times revealing honesty.
The dust has just begun to settle for Ronda Rousey after her devastating loss to massive underdog Holly Holm at UFC 193. And as the former champion emerges from the shadows of her fellow victor on that fateful night in Melbourne, the grieving period will overwhelm, her surroundings will settle and she will soon be left with plenty of questions regarding her legacy.
There is a grave difference between exuding confidence and relying on aggression. At UFC 193, there was a reoccurring theme between champion and challenger that saw each woman’s difference in stature carry them through towards the ultimately unthinkable outcome.
John Pollock looks at the stunning win by Holly Holm, defeating Ronda Rousey to become the UFC women’s bantamweight champion and the questions that Rousey will forced to answer in the weeks to come.
The word ‘debut’ seems unfitting for bantamweight, Lyndon Whitlock. This is despite the fact that he will walk onto the Hard Knocks Fighting Championship canvas for the first time on Nov. 13.
On the brink of a historical event such as UFC 193 in Melbourne, Australia, it comes as no surprise that the world’s most prestigious mixed martial arts promotion would feed into the overwhelming momentum of Ronda Rousey in “UFC Embedded.”
John Pollock brings us his Live Audio Wrestling Sept. 8, 2015 update including Kurt Angle not renewing his deal with TNA Wrestling and more.
John Pollock gives his Live Audio Wrestling Sept. 6, 2015 update including a Bret Hart interview and more.
The WWE has taken references to Jimmy Snuka off of the website, including removing his name from the list of those in the WWE Hall of Fame and also suspending his legend’s contract with the company.
John Pollock gives us his Live Audio Wrestling Sept. 1 Update including Jimmy Snuka and more.
Jake “The Snake” Roberts and John Andosca on The LAW tonight, SummerSlam rematch on Raw, BOLA Night 3, Mysterio vs. Low Ki, SummerSlam ’98.
Hulk Hogan will speak out on Monday in the media, Sting added to Raw, BOLA Night 1, Rousey vs. Holm in Melbourne, Browne reinstated, Bellator & more.
PWG kicks off their annual BOLA tournament in Reseda, Kana signs with WWE, TNA and ROH numbers, Bellator 141 tonight, big Scott Coker interview.
The WWE has added a Takeover special for London, England, Dudleys on TV tonight, NXT four-way problems, Edgar vs. Mendes, JDS vs. Overeem and more.
New shows on the site 90 minute NXT episode with Brooklyn matches, WWE TV numbers down across the board, Ziggler comments on new contract and more.
Big Raw in Brooklyn tonight with Brock Lesnar on show, coverage of Jon Stewart, Network programming, New Japan cards, UFC results, Oliveira update.
A full preview of tonight’s SummerSlam card, Takeover thoughts, Dusty Rhodes tag tournament, NXT tour of the U.K, Shelley hurt, UFC Saskatchewan card.
Preview of the NXT Takeover special, Field of Honor in Brooklyn, JR show, Impact and ROH numbers, Ashley Madison leak, Tate addresses title snub.
WWE kicks off huge weekend, Vikings clarify WrestleMania comments, Lethal vs. Strong, Sasuke doc, Rousey vs. Holm at UFC 195, Michaels vs. Hogan ’05.
New whtsNXT, SummerSlam preview show and Lethal interview, WWE statement on ‘Mania, Jericho thinks ‘Taker needs to win, Anthony Johnson story, UFC 193
Misha Cirkunov’s mixed martial arts career has been defined by years of trying to reach the summit.
The Latvian – Canadian’s continued pursuit reached its newest heights this past June when he signed with the UFC – the sport’s most prestigious league. Despite the fact that many whisperers argue his debut was long overdue, the explosive light heavyweight feels as though for him, it was flawless timing.
Stadium Exec says WrestleMania going to Minnesota, Paul Levesque conference call notes, Heyman Q&A, UFC announces stadium show, TNA dates added & more
Brock Lesnar compares Vince McMahon and Dana White on ESPN, more matches for NXT card, Raw number, Reigns on Review-A-Raw, Romero vs. Jacare & more.
USA Today reported on Monday that Jon Stewart will be serving as the official host of SummerSlam this Sunday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Final Raw before SummerSlam with ‘Taker and Lesnar, Big Show discusses his future, piece on Khali, ESPN SummerSlam coverage, G-1 post presser.
The UFC is only a few weeks away from ending its Canadian series of events for 2015 on Aug. 23 in Saskatoon. The card features an overwhelming amount of home-based talent, including the country’s first Ultimate Fighter victor, Chad Laprise.
The former welterweight will be continuing his pursuit of greatness in the lightweight division against veteran Francisco Trinaldo, prior to his TUF coach Patrick Cote’s clash with Josh Burkman. Laprise, who is 3-0 in the UFC and can boast a perfect record of 10-0, is not only hungry for a win against the Brazilian, but also a spectacular finish.
Jay Lethal joins The LAW tonight, G-1 wraps up with Tanahashi vs. Nakamura in final, Stephen Amell hurt, Okada vs. Tenryu angle, ROH going to Japan.
The A Block of the G-1 has wrapped up, Sumo Hall card for Saturday, Cesaro vs. Owens at SummerSlam, UFC statement on Anderson and more.