• Undefeated Patrick Mix Striving to be Buffalo’s First UFC Fighter

    At only 24-years-old and carrying a 6-0 professional record in MMA, Patrick Mix is starting to gain some traction as an up-and-coming talent to keep an eye on in 2018. The Buffalo, New York-native has been fighting professionally since 2016 after an extensive 11-fight amateur career and has captured...
  • Big Show MMA Veterans – February, 2018 Part I

    The month of February is halfway over and plenty of “Big Show” veterans have competed for smaller promotions or on a more regional-scale. Let’s have a look at how they fared: February 1-4, 2018: Conquest of the Cage (Airway Heights, WA, USA) Austin Springer (TUF 22*, 1-0 Bellator) took...
  • UFC Austin: Biggest Winners and Losers

    UFC Austin is done and in the books, and it’s time to take a look back and see who came out ahead and who lost ground during this card. Donald Cerrone took the victory in the main event by knocking out Yancy Medeiros in the first round, but some...
  • Titan FC’s Steve Mowry’s Goal: ‘Leave the Game as the Greatest Ever’

    Steve Mowry (3-0 MMA) is a young heavyweight in age (25-years-old) and experience (only 3-0 as a professional). Mowry has a lot of hype behind him with his tall build at 6’9″. MMA Today had the pleasure to talk to the prospect, Mowry about his future and many other...
  • Welcome to the UFC: Jennifer Maia

    With the UFC’s flyweight division still quite new and in need of fresh, new talent, a big move was made in signing Invicta FC Flyweight Champion, Jennifer Maia. Maia (15-4-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC) would announce her signing on her Instagram page. At this time there is no word on an...
  • Welcome to the UFC: Leah Letson

    Back on January 4, Invicta FC Bantamweight Champion Yana Kunitskaya announced she signed to the UFC and would take on UFC-veteran Sara McMann. McMann was pulled from the fight to step in to fight Marion Reneau at UFC Orlando. The UFC announced her replacement would be newcomer, Leah Letson...
  • UFC Welterweight Randy Brown is Learning on the Job | Calls Out Alan Jouban & Neil Magny

    Randy Brown is a UFC Welterweight fighter last seen picking up a win over Mickey Gall at UFC 217 in November at Madison Square Garden. Following that win, “Touch N Go” is looking to get back into the octagon this spring and to land some big fights in route...
  • WMMA Fights To Watch: A Title Shot Within Grasp

    For those dying for some super-exciting matchups in WMMA, then be prepared because this weekend will deliver. Even with some shifts that occurred, moving bouts around and mixing things up, we’ve still ended up with a great fight between veterans, a strikers delight, then what’s sure to be a...
  • This Week in Russian MMA: Preview and Predictions

    This week, four of Russia’s biggest promotions will all hold events during which a total of five belts will be on the line. Let’s take a closer look at the action. MMA fans in Moscow, Russia will be spoiled for choice as both Fight Nights Global and M-1 Global kick...
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