The Animals are back to cover the latest and greatest in the world of MMA. Plus, two big names in the world of UFC are here to take us inside the Octagon.
When a prominent fighter dies, the sport will fully address the problem. However, California State Atheltic Commission executive director Andy Foster isn’t waiting.
The UFC has announced that the great BJ Penn is not done fighting.
Conor McGregor was originally fined 5% of his $3,000,000 show purse, a total of $150,000.
Royce Gracie: “When you’re a fighter, any time is time to fight. I won’t ask for more time, say ‘I need to get ready.’ You’re a warrior or you’re not.”
Michael Bisping: “If you take steroids, you are a f***ing p***y because you’re so mentally weak …”
“[Ronda Rousey] made a huge impact in the number of people – and they still come now. It’s not like they quit.”
Viscardi Andrade’s results will be disqualified, his victory overturned, and the results of the bout for both Andrade and Walsh will be changed to a no-contest.
The Immortal One, Matt Brown stops by for a chat with the American Animals and updates them on his world!
All the breaking news from every major MMA news source in one place!
Dana White: “It’s the crazy thing about the fight business. I mean if it was guaranteed that Floyd was going to win this fight, why would you pay for it?”
Eleven months later, USADA has announced that Viscardi Andrade has received the full suspension.
T.J. Dillashaw: “Urijah is Cody’s daddy. Cody can’t make any decisions without Urijah.”
Lorenz Larkin: “Every fighter should say a big part of this is about the money, because that’s what we fight for. But a lot of it, for me, is respect too.”
George Sullivan: “I didn’t do nothing wrong. And it’s gonna come out in the court cases when I go after this company.”
Ryan Bader: “I think it’s one of the better contracts out there, outside of being a UFC champion with pay-per-view points and stuff like that.”
Matt Mitrione: “I’m so excited to come back to the East Coast and compete again.”
Tito Ortiz: “I was manhandling [Dana White]. But it was fun.”
Chael Sonnen: “New York is a big deal for a lot of people. I’m a big deal for New York.”
Robin Black: “This is where we start. We’re white belts again. Starting right here on a journey to become better, and better, and better.”