let’s explore a growing argument about the pros and cons of learning MMA, so you’re better informed to decide for yourself.
With the popularity of MMA rising, a lot of boxing fans are turning to MMA as an alternative. It is a sport that encompasses all the best elements of boxing and offers much more but far safer than boxing.
The reality is, UFC was always trying to stay away from adding more weight classes. There are plenty of reasons for this, and we’ve decided to bring you closer to some of the potential problems that adding more weight classes in MMA may cause.
No matter how tough you think you are, not everyone can compete in MMA.
As boxing fades into the background, the popularity of MMA is rising. This begs the natural question, why? In an attempt to answer this question let’s look into 10 reasons why MMA is better than boxing.
The history of women MMA is much shorter than MMA itself. However, since the 2000s we have a privilege to watch a more attractive side glazing our bellowed sport and proving that man and women are equal when it comes to the fighting business. The fact that we’re speaking of “10 Greatest Female MMA Fighters of All Time” after this short period, speaks a lot about the mainstream rise of Woman MMA.