For many fans, seeing an MMA legend getting knocked out by the younger fighter is a terrible feeling. It’s always hard to hear these fighters saying “I have a couple of fights left in me” while in the reality they don’t have any. We just can’t escape but asking ourselves, how and why? We are not sure if its addiction or the lack of self-awareness, but there are plenty of fighters out there who simply refused to give up on their dreams.
Martial arts are male-dominated sports, and it’s a real shame. There are myriad benefits of training and competing in a combat sport that could benefit women both individually and collectively.
So, let’s take a look at the fighters who didn’t belong inside the MMA cage but they still fought in spite of having no real skills to become the worst fighters ever.
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.