Tag Archive | "nick diaz"

Tags: , , , ,

List of 3 UFC Post Fight WORST Faces, EVER!

Posted on 14 December 2012 by Tony Hackerott

Please note that the images in this post are graphic nature, so if you shy away from the site of blood, you may want to stop reading here.

Comments (0)

Tags: , ,

Nick Diaz: Is He The Most Overrated Fighter in MMA?

Posted on 20 February 2012 by James Lowery

Mixed Martial Arts is just like other sports business; full of hype and all about making money. Some fighters in the UFC are all about the hype, the smack talk, and either can or can’t back it up. Nick Diaz just happens to be one of those fighters who is all about the talk, but cannot seem to walk the walk.  Many people tout Diaz as one of the best boxers in MMA and a top contender in the welterweight division, however he hasn’t defeated top level guys even though he has fought several.

Comments (5)

Tags: , , ,

The BJ Penn and Nick Diaz Ongoing Soap Opera

Posted on 19 January 2012 by Tony Hackerott

B.J. Penn and Nick Diaz met in a thrilling affair to topline UFC 137. The action was fast-paced and wildly violent. For fans, it was a monumental collision, as both Penn and Diaz are known for their unbridled aggression, remarkable durability and tendencies to speak long before thinking. Neither of these two are afraid to insult another and neither man would ever contemplate walking away from an altercation. The fact that both individuals have taken part in memorable rivalries that in some cases stretched far beyond the octagon isn’t much of a surprise either. However, the aftershock of one of 2011’s finest welterweight bouts has left MMA pundits a tad perplexed.

Comments (0)

Tags: , ,

3 Most Impressive Fighters of 2011

Posted on 29 December 2011 by Tony Hackerott

2011 proved a few very interesting things: veteran fighters with countless years of experience are still capable of evolving and remaining relevant, and the new breed of uber athletic fighters are every bit as frightening as their physique’s and potential ceilings would indicate. From the rejuvenation of Dan Henderson, to the otherworldly resilience of Frankie Edgar to the mesmerizing performances offered forth from Jon Jones, it’s been a great year for mixed martial arts, and these three particular men not only turned heads, but turned in remarkable years that command acknowledgement.

Comments (0)

Facebook

Likebox Slider Pro for WordPress
Online Marketing Top 50 Martial Arts Topsites List