Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The History of MMA in the Five Boroughs: Brooklyn Edition


This weekend will see the debut of the Extreme Cage Fighting's Battle at the Aviator at the Aviator Sports Complex in Brooklyn, and in honor of the borough that the Beastie Boys recommend no sleeping until you get to, here's a little stroll through the County of Kings' history in regards to mixed martial arts.

Lyman Good Still Crushes His Enemies


If there was ever any doubt, it was put to rest via KO at Cage Fury Fighting Championships 36 on Saturday night in Morristown, N.J. On that night, we learned that former Bellator champ Lyman Good is still in the business of crushing his enemies, seeing them driven before him, and hearing the lamentations of their women.

Opponent Matt Secor lasted four minutes and 21 seconds, and now the big question is, "What's next?" Said CFFC matchmaker Arias Garcia Jr.:
"With this victory, Lyman made a huge statement in the welterweight division. With his credentials and his impressive victory this past Saturday, he's probably going to face the winner of the Jonavin Webb-versus-Dan Stittgen fight in August."
Now look at these awesome pics of Good vs. Secor by Earl Campbell.

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