Frankie’s first fight in Thailand was nothing like he imagined…
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The total efficacy of a martial art is not as important as whether it’s fun and safe to train. If…
The Cowboy Cornered: Fatherhood Lights a New Fire in Cerrone
Donald Cerrone was at the end of his trail.
Derrick Lewis: A Puncher’s Chance
There is something magical about the flash-knockout.
Was the McGregor Brawl Good for MMA?
Are MMAs new fans tuning in for the sport — or the blood?
The Redemption of Jose Aldo
Former UFC Featherweight champ Jose Aldo was poised to be consigned to history.
Heavy Metal and The Illusion of Violence
I always wanted to be a warrior. I first found my way in a Metallica record, thirteen years old.
A Tale of Two Gyms
On 125th street, Malick wakens into the warm, still air of his bedroom.
Mesquita’s EBI 16 Dominance Exposes Tournament’s Flaws
Few experienced observers were surprised that 8 time IBJJF champ and ADCC gold medalist Beatriz Mesquita walked away with the championship belt at the 16th iteration of the Eddie Bravo Invitational.