Here's Red Bull's take on the Rube Goldberg machine using some of the most amazing athletes doing stunts!
Probably not the smartest thing they ever did but it ended ok.
In anticipation of UFC 148 and the most anticipated rematch in recent history between Anderson Silva and Chael Sonnen, the UFC have made their first fight free to watch on their website. Watch it soon because it won't be free forever!
After seeing Chael fight Michael Bisping and having a really tough time getting the British fighter to the ground, I think Silva, if he learned from last fight will be prepared. Of course my heart picks Silva but Chael Sonnen has an excellent chance of repeating what he did their first fight.
Watch the first Silva vs. Sonnen fight now at http://www.ufc.com/media/ufc-117-silva-sonnen-148
In Dana White's last video podcast, he visits the set of this season's Ultimate Fighter. Seeing team coach Uriah Faber outside he notices Faber flexing in the mirrored window outside. But who hasn't posed in a mirror admiring themselves at one time or another? OK, maybe most of us would have the modesty not to do it in public...
For all of us who missed this fight, HDNet has just posted Fedor Emilianenko's last fight. While the outcome is fairly predictable, it's interesting to see how the most highly regarded heavyweight in MMA history is choosing to end his career. Sure he's had his opportunities to come to the UFC to fight the youngest and best in the world but due to whatever management obstacles we'll never see him fight the likes of Cain Velasquez or Junior Dos Santos. Most likely Fedor will end his career fighting lesser known fighters who are still intimidated by the "aura". Too bad because I wish Fedor could've been the one to retire Brock Lesnar but now we'll never know. Source - MMAJunkie.com
When I saw this video, I thought it was going to be the same double KO that has been mentioned a million times but instead both of these fighters get knocked out when the ring door pops open and they hit the concrete floor. A rematch is will be scheduled but I'm sure this is embarrassing for both fighters and the promotion.
Joe Frazier was one of the best boxers to ever live but very few can survive the fight against cancer which took his life yesterday.
While the name Dave "Pee Wee" Herman might not be known among casual MMA fans, he comes into his first UFC fight with an impressive 20-2 fight record. When you consider that one of his losses was a DQ to Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou due to some unfortunate illegal knees his record is even more impressive. Herman is an exciting fighter who is known for some crazy striking and surprisingly good submissions for a man his size. If he has any weakness it's probably overcommitting to some wild strikes that a higher level striker could exploit. He'll be fighting Jon Olav Einemo tonight who is coming off a 5 year layoff. It's nice to see another quality heavyweight in the UFC and tonight he just might make his presence known as a future HW contender.
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