Monthly Archives: May 2011

Fight of the Day: Lyoto Machida vs. Rashad Evans

I like to think of Machida as the ego-humbler of the UFC. I’m not counting fights against Randy Couture and Shogun Rua, those guys are already humble and respectful. But he had three straight fights against cocky meatheads (in my … Continue reading

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Fight of the Day: Ernesto Hoost vs Ray Sefo

I’m going to start trying to post fights and/or fighter profiles more frequently on here. Because I want to, and this is my blog damn it. The first fight is a great one between maybe the best kickboxer ever and … Continue reading

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MMA’s Best Freakshow Fights

As I’ve mentioned before, and I’m sure some of you have noticed on your own, the Japanese have an unhealthy obsession with the weird. They blur out pubic hair in their porn, but you get free tentacle-rape with every kid’s … Continue reading

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A Salutation to Hematoma’s

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In fighting, the hematoma is the endangered animal of injuries, it’s rarely ever seen, but when you witness it you want to sit and study it for days on end. A hematoma happens when a blood vessel bursts, and the … Continue reading

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The Greatest Fight

The greatest fight I’ve ever seen is the battle between a young Shogun Rua and Antônio Rogério Nogueira. This is the kind of fight Viking gods put on in the background while they hold orgies in Valhalla. This fight was … Continue reading

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Andy Hug: The God of Mustaches and War

Andy Hug is a legend in the kickboxing world. He had a mustache that would give Burt Reynolds an inferiority complex. His mustache was always waiting for someone to call it gay, so that Andy could break their skull with … Continue reading

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