March 2009 Names in the Game

The 7 Unluckiest Injuries In MMA History

Ask any MMA fi ghter for their opinion on Murphy’s Law—“if anything can go wrong, it will”—and you are liable to get some biased answers. The fact of the matter is, MMA is as unpredictable as it is exciting to watch, therefore, it is impossible to foresee every risk that exists inside of each match. [...]

Straight As An Arrow

“There’s more than one way to skin a cat” So goes the saying as it pertains to the idea that there is more than one way to reach the same end. Perhaps nowhere is this adage more observable than on the main stage of mixed martial arts fi ghting. In this media-heavy day and age, [...]

New Blood

Wilson Reis Name: Wilson Reis Professional Record: 6-0 Height: 5’4” Weight: 140 pounds Discipline: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Notable Wins: 6-0 Born in Brazil, Wilson Reis made the move to the United States years ago. He had wanted to be a full-time Jiu- Jitsu trainer, and he fulfi lled his goal. In 2007, he made his professional [...]


Towering above his competition on the three-tiered podium, he proudly celebrates with this priceless golden prize and a steady stream of tears. The countless hours of training and sacrifi ces are paid in full as Old Glory rises with the crescendo of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Like every other young wrestler, Strikeforce World Lightweight Champ Josh [...]

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