Wednesday, April 16, 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Lyman Good on His TUF 19 Loss


The first episode of season 19 of The Ultimate Fighter aired tonight, and on it we saw former Bellator welterweight champ Lyman Good try - and fail - to gain entry into the TUF House by virtue of a decision loss to a superior wrestler.

The MMA Journalist caught up with Good and got his take on his experience on the show.

KJ Noons Damn Near Kills Sam Stout


However, Stout does slap a pretty sweet guillotine on the ref, so he has that going for him.

TUF Nations Finale Result: Ryan Jimmo's Reverse Punch


Ryan Jimmo's karate. It's what's for dinner.

TUF Nations Finale Primer: Sarah Kaufman vs. Leslie Smith


They clashed at Invicta FC 5, and in about two hours Sarah Kaufman and Leslie Smith will meet again - this time in the Octagon at the TUF Nations Finale. As their first bout ended in a close split decision, and Smith is about the 20th opponent Kaufman has been paired up with on this particular card (everyone else ended up injured), there's some compelling storyline here to get you interested.

But just in case you're not quite there yet, here's their first fight to whet your appetite.

Flashback: Aggressive Combat Championship - 9.28.13


Take a stroll down memory lane and visit the Aggressive Combat Championship's September, 2013 show, which took place at St. Raymond's High School in the Bronx.

Cage Fury Fighting Championship 34 Primer: Andy Main


Andy Main has been around the block once or twice.

In 2008, he was fighting as an amateur in Asylum Fight League. After that, he was honing his craft in Ring of Combat, then had a stint in TUF 12, fought locally a bit more, and most recently, has been flying to Japan to compete in the prestigious Pancrase organization.

But on Saturday night, New Jersey's prodigal son will step into the cage much closer to home - at Cage Fury Fighting Championship 34, where he'll take on fellow veteran Brian Kelleher. What should you expect from the heavy-handed, newly-minted Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt?