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  • Line in the Sand

    Will the rebirth of Evolution be the death of The Shield?

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    by Hank Booth

    When Lemmy Kilmister’s vocals hit the loud speakers this past Monday Night in the closing segment on RAW, we knew it could only mean one thing – HHH was going to be involved. The time though, it wasn’t “King of Kings” and it wasn’t “The Game,” it was another Motorhead classic used by a stable that we hadn’t seen together in nearly a decade. Hunter had finally gotten the band back together, and it was time for them to draw a “Line in the Sand.” Triple H expressed that he wanted to...

  • Always Believe

    Ultimate Warrior’s wife, Dana Warrior, has a message for everyone

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    by Hank Booth

    This following heartfelt message written by Dana Warrior, wife of the late Ultimate Warrior, was posted earlier today on WWE.com. Good luck getting through it with out tearing up. Dearest Warriors, It is with an absolutely broken heart I reach out to you. Since the passing of my husband, I have been fortunate enough to insulate my sweet girls and myself from the outside world. In this bubble we have grieved and continue to do so. For a week, I did not allow any television or media to seep through our cocoon. I was told, though, of the outpouring...

  • Ally-Gator's Got Next

    Rousey vs. Davis set for July 5th in Vegas

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    by Dave Reno

    International Fight Week in Las Vegas during Fourth of July weekend has become kind of a big deal since its inception, and it’s always delivered in terms of big time fights. It all began back in 2012 at UFC 148 when we witnessed what was, at the time, dubbed the biggest rematch in UFC history – Anderson Silva vs. Chael Sonnen II. The following year we would see Chris Weidman deliver the most shocking KO in UFC history when he ended Silva’s 6-year title reign. This year it’ll be Weidman again when he makes the 2nd defense...

Sarah Kaufman versus Miesha Tate II just makes sense

Posted on: Apr 19 2014 - 10:51pm | #0
In: UFC
Dwayne Wolff
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Before Alexis Davis was announced as Ronda Rousey’s next opponent there was a lot of speculation about who was next for Ronda. One name that did not get mentioned was Sarah Kaufman. After her impressive win over Leslie Smith in Quebec earlier this week, that should all change. She is now another big win away from being next after Davis. The win could and should come against Miesha Tate. Kaufman and Tate fought  in Strikeforce back in 2009 and they both have evolved tremendously since that fight. After their big wins this week it just makes sense to pair these two up for a number one contender fight. Here is how they each won and how their next fight might look: This was the Kaufman that many fans had been expecting. Her first fight in...

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What’s next for the UFC on FOX 11 fighters who debuted on Fight Pass?

There were three fights on UFC’s Fight Pass for UFC on FOX 11 featuring five fighters making their UFC debuts. There was a quick first round finish and two entertaining fights that went the distance. They all included some welcomed additions to the UFC. Ray Borg made the biggest impression and was the last fighter added to this card when he stepped in two weeks...

Posted on: Apr 19 2014 - 10:35pm | #0
In: UFC
Dwayne Wolff
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Debuting Victor Saravia teaches Anthony Castrejon a tough TKO lesson at Lion Fight 14

It is a cliche to focus on the fight and fighter in front of you. It is also a very smart approach to any fight. Looking past someone...

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Eddie Abasolo Versus Jonathon Wyderko: The Hidden Gem Of Lion Fight 14

On a night where Malaipet and Cris Cyborg both lost at Lion Fight 14, this was an easy fight to overlook. Eddie Abasolo versus Jonathon...

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Ultimate Warrior’s wife, Dana Warrior, has a message for everyone

This following heartfelt message written by Dana Warrior, wife of the late Ultimate Warrior, was posted earlier today on...