The UFC’s Pay-Per-View Problem
There is a pattern emerging as we enter the second full year of UFC ownership under WME/Endeavor. Their style of running the company appears to be to load up two or three cards a year as some sort of super events, one centered around International Fight Week in Las Vegas in July and one at… Read More
Middleweight: What Does GSP’s Return Mean?
UFC 217 looked like the best MMA event of the year on paper. The promotions second time visiting Madison Square Garden following the monumental UFC 205 in late 2016 with three title fights that seemed even better than last year's trio. In practice it was even better. For the first time in UFC history three… Read More
Lightweight: The Conor McGregor Sweepstakes
It should be simple. Conor McGregor has held the UFC lightweight championship since he knocked out Eddie Alvarez last November at UFC 205. He took some time off to pursue the big money boxing match against Floyd Mayweather in August and is looking to make his return to MMA at the end of the year… Read More