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UFC 235

I can’t wait. This is a stacked card. I’m scared to make picks, but here we go: Viana vs Cifers – Polyana Viana recently beat up a shabby looking man in Brazil. I believe he was trying to take her iPhone, but got a beat down instead. Viana by decision. Diego vs Mickey Gall – Diego for old times sake. Misha Cirkunov vs Johnny Walker – Walker by KO Jeremy Stephens […]

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That ain’t your money

Here’s an update of what I’ve been reading: Rob Whitaker, from his hospital bed, is throwing shade at Kelvin and Adesanya. Stuff like, Adesanya is not that great, they’re fighting for Cejudo’s belt, etc. I would encourage him to get his large intestines in order before commenting further on possible fights. I’m going to need him to stay out of the hospital for a bit. Till Vs Masvidal? The fight […]

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You’re done

Some fighters just don’t get it. I mean, not at all. Stipe and Cyborg come to mind. Stipe should rematch with Francis, just so we can see exactly who is the number one contender. Then that guy can kick rocks until DC is ready to fight again. Cyborg wants a new contract. I think she should fight Megan as her farewell fight, then move on to those green pastures of […]

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If it walks

So the fight is off, huh? Come on, man! He got sick and couldn’t fight Rockhold, now he’s got a hernia. A hernia? On the day of the fight? He’s ducking Kelvin. Strip him. He’s not holding a real belt anyway, so it’s better for all of us if he is stripped right away. Like ripping off a bandaid. Do it quick, because we don’t know how long it’s gonna […]

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Hype train?

Another hype train being promoted by the UFC this weekend. I like Adesanya, but gentlemen, he is no Anderson Silva. There were tears at the weigh in today. In regard to Anderson and his contemporaries, I imagine it was exciting to be a young man, going around the world throwing hands. Sure, some of you would like for your son to make a living behind a desk, hands resting peacefully […]

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Birds, butterflies, and California

Adam Levine removed his shirt during his Super Bowl performance and revealed a torso marked with various random objects. I saw a few birds, butterflies, and the word “California,” in large plain text across his stomach. If, as a a grown up male, you remove your shirt in public, a few rules need to be observed: All tattoos must be relevant. See Anthony Pettis, Marreta, the Lioness, etc. If you […]

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And still!

Father Time is undefeated and always will be, and that is the undisputed truth. You can try to wave him off for a bit, but he always comes for his belt. A couple of days ago, Serena lost in the quarters of the Australian Open. She is 37 years old and made it to the quarters. That’s an accomplishment, but let’s take a look at some recent history.  She made […]

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What’s next?

Good fights on tap: Barboza v Gaethje, Pettis v Wonderboy. Pettis and Wonderboy is a stupid funny matchup, and I am here for all that chaos. The chaos pick there is, of course, Pettis. And it doesn’t matter if it’s a KO or sub, a victory over Wonderboy will be something great to see. Pettis is obviously on the decline. He’s not chasing a belt anymore, and since he has […]

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Let’s be honest

This is a terrible night of fights. Shall I say, boring? Somebody said this card is stacked. They lied. Early prelims: Chance somebody v whatever Belal  Muhammed v Geoff Neal. I was  rooting for Muhammed,  but he lost to a guy from the Contender Series. Bermudez against another dude from the Contender. He won via decision. Decision. Late prelims: Another alum of Contender. Jeez. Jojo got a decision. Omg, this […]

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