Cris Cyborg: “If I get hold of the UFC’s belt, I think I think people are gonna see me as, ‘Ah, she’s the world champ, she’s the best in the world.'”
Michelle Waterson: “Everything tells a story. And I’m very proud of my story. So I’m proud of my body.”
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Derrick Lewis: “We’re just hoping that we don’t have to get surgery, because I thought about it a little bit, and it’s not going to be my last fight.”
Tony Ferguson: “Team Khabib – I’m sorry, Team Tiramisu, this message is for you. You checked yourself into rehab, what you need to do is find Jenny Craig.”
Michael Chiesa: “Mario Yamasaki should just crawl in a hole and never step inside of any type of professional mixed martial arts event.”
“If fecal matter becomes apparent at any time, the bout shall be halted by the referee, and the offending combatant shall lose the contest by TKO.”
Claressa Shields is a two-time Olympic gold medalist in boxing, the only American boxer male or female to win consecutive Olympic medals.
Felice Herrig: “I’ve seen how hard I’ve worked to get here and it just doesn’t matter because I’m not pretty enough and I’m not getting any younger.”
Dana White: “Nobody gives a $#!@ that you can make a heart with your hands like a 12-year-old girl, they want you to pay attention.”
Kevin Lee, Tim Boetsch, Dominick Reyes, Jeremy Kimball won $50,000 performance bonuses at UFC Fight Night 112.
UFC Fight Night 112 took place Sunday, January 25th at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and was headlined by a lightweight fight between top contenders Michael Chiesa and Kevin Lee.
Fedor Emelianenko: “Yes, because I am a fighter. … Certainly, I would love to have the rematch with Matt Mitrione.”
Three of the fights at Bellator NYC were each in their own way weird for the ages.
Rory MacDonald: “I’m gonna take these guys out. They’re just gonna be another body in the grave.”
Aaron Pico: “It’s definitely a tough pill to swallow, but there was obviously a hole in my game tonight, so it is what it is.”
Twitter reacted to one of the weirdest, wildest pay per view cards in the history of mixed martial arts.
Immediately following Bellator 180 on Spike TV, the promotion presented it’s PPV event ‘Bellator NYC’, which began at 10:00 PM and took place at the Madison Square Garden in New York, New York.
Bellator 180 took place Saturday, June 24th at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY. The show took place just prior to Bellator NYC, also at the Madison Square Garden for a PPV card.
Witness: “The veins were popping out of his neck, his face was beet red and he was sweating even though it was minus 10 outside.”