Ken Shamrock spoke with the WNS podcast for a new interview. Here are some highlights: »»
Welcome to Forever Heel, lads. Let's get to some quick heel happenings. Current State of the Heel TNA: I guess Dixie Carter came out with a t-shirt. I think the Facebook marks worry about TNA too much, but the Dixie t-shirt would look great »»
July WWE highlights from the past 17 years! »»
Did this show surpass the lackluster hype for it? »»
In our second interview with World Professional Wrestling, Nick Talent joins us this week. He will weigh in on his upcoming match at WPW's Summer Extravaganza IX, in which he'll compete in Light-Heavyweight Championship Scramble match with five other »»
Awesome read plus one fun old clip... »»
The World's Most Dangerous Washed Up UFC Champion gives an "uncensored" interview about nearly everything »»
After his violent knockout loss to Chris Leben, Scott Sawitz argues that Wanderlei Silva should follow the example of Chuck Liddell and Randy Couture and retire gracefully. After all, nobody wants to see him become another Ken Shamrock or worse MMA's Muhammad Ali. »»
Dan Severn, one of the earliest and most legendary stars of the UFC, continued his MMA career on Saturday by racking up his 97th, and 8th straight, victory in a win over Scott Fraser. In doing so he won the Elite 1 Heavyweight championship. The end c »»
In a bit of "we heard it but forgot to report it" news, Tito Ortiz hasn't been released from UFC despite four straight losses. Not having a win with the organization since 2007 would sound like grounds for termination, but according to UFC President »»
Welcome to Inside Fights' Live Coverage of the televised action from Impact FC 2, with the upstart Australian promotion putting together a star-studded card headlined by the clash of former UFC heavyweight champions Ken Shamrock and Pedro Rizzo. We'l »»
1. Iâ€™m glad Jack Swagger now has a submission move in his arsenal but Iâ€™m a bit worried if people may put him down for â€˜stealingâ€™ the ankle lock off Kurt Angle â€“ since these two are constantly compared. »»
Ken Shamrock was at this past weekend's UFC Fan Expo, and someone decided to put a camera and microphone in front of him to see what would happen. Shamrock called out several fighters, none of who have been relevant in the sport for several years. He also called out his brother, Frank, and said he wants to beat some respect into him. Shamrock hasn't been in the WWE for almost 10 years, but he hasn't forgotten how to cut a good promo. »»
Recap of the episode of WWE Vintage Collection that aired on the 4th of April, 2010. Featuring matches between Tito Santana vs. Rick Martel. Shawn Michaels vs. Sycho Sid (Sept 11, 1995). Ken Shamrock vs. Bret Hart (Oct 27, 1997). Macho Man Randy Savage vs. Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase (Wrestlefest 1988). »»
The Ultimate Fighting Championship VII: The Brawl in Buffalo!
- Live from Buffalo, NY.
- Your hosts are Bruce Beck and Jeff Blatnick, with Don "The Dragon" Wilson on color.
- The draw seems like an easy win for Marco Ruas, along with a Shamrock v. Oleg superfight.»»
The UFC light heavyweight division has been described as the most competitive division in all of mixed martial arts. There have been ten total champions of the division, beginning with Frank Shamrock and rolling its way to the current champion Lyoto Machida. Machida is set to face Mauricio “Shogun" Rua at UFC 104 this coming Sat. in Las Vegas, Nevada. Machida gained the light heavyweight hardware at UFC 98 this past summer, destroying Rashad Evans and keeping his undefeated record intact. Rua enters the fight a steep underdog (+300 at Sportsbook.com), and many believe him undeserving of this title shot. However, the PRIDE days of “Shogun" still dwell in the minds of mixed martial arts fans and are reason to believe he could put up a fight. Although this is not one of the most anticipated fights in UFC history, it is a fight featuring the light heavyweight champion and one of the most infamous strikers in PRIDE history. In honor of the light heavyweight championship headlining this weekend's card, we look back at some of the biggest names involved in the biggest events in UFC light heavyweight history with the top ten UFC light heavyweight championship fights. »»
The Superfight features Severn v. Shamrock, and some guy named Tank Abbott debuts. Oh yeah, this one is awesome. »»
Ultimate Fighting Championship V: Return of the Beast! (April 1995)
- Live from Charlotte, North Carolina
- Your hosts are Bruce Beck and Jeff Blatnick.
- More tweaking of the rules, as we now have 20 minute time limits instead of the previous "fight until the death" format. Earlier tonight, Dave Beneteau and Guy Mezger won alternate fights to in case of injuries, and oddly both would become bigger names in the sport.»»
So we're back to an 8-man tournament again after the failed experiment that was the 16-man tournament of UFC 2. One minor rule change, as Big John now has the power to stop matches. »»
The Ultimate Fighting Championship's marketing machine, which is second to none in the mixed martial arts industry, is always pushing the next high profile matchup as the “biggest fight ever." With the impending blockbuster of an event in UFC 100 slated to kickoff on July 11 from Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada it is important to examine the how we arrived at this historic event and past fights that have been landmarks leading us up to UFC 100 and beyond. Quality fights make quality events, but the most important fights in the history of the UFC are not necessarily the most exciting nor do they all have highlight reel finishes. What they do all have in common is a broad importance to the current state of the UFC and the sport of MMA in general. They are significant historical milestones that have marked the rise of the UFC, fighters coming back from retirement, intense rivalries, and pay-per-view blockbusters. This list has a little bit of everything. Without further ado, these are the ten biggest fights in the history of the UFC in chronological order. »»
Chuck Liddell has become the latest MMA legend whose time in the sports has seemingly expired. The evolution of the sports, along with the geriatric wear and tear have left him in the dust. No MMA fan wants to see a legend in the sports risk self-destruction by fighting long past his prime. Neither do the fans want to see the legend step into the ring or the cage as a shell of his former self, like the bloated Elvis Presley without a shred of his former charisma and virility in his embarrassing series of performance during the 1970s. Concern for the physical well-being and wholesomeness of legacy thus dictates that fighters, like any other professional athletes, retire after their competitive capacity hits the ceiling. In Liddell's case, no one seems more adamant about the retirement than one of his best friends, Dana White. »»
Valentineâ€™s Day is meant to be a celebration of love, but on February 14th, 1999 there was nothing to be found in the World Wrestling Federation but hatred at the St. Valentineâ€™s Day Massacre in Memphis. »»