Brian Stann was a picture of inward dedication. It immediately stood out. There was a quiet dignity to him that showed over a stovetop on a cold morning in January 2008. It wasn’t that he was just an All-American (because he wasn’t in the lesser way we’ve defined it), it was that he was a true All-American when nobody was looking.
Eve of Destruction: The night before Chris Weidman beat Anderson Silva for the UFC Middleweight Title, Ray Longo saw things unfolding before his eyes.
Heavyweight great Floyd Patterson wouldn’t have sex during his training camps before fights, because he believed it weakened the knees. This is a proud fight game deprivation that has been passed down through the centuries. It’s more scientific than a rabbit’s foot, but “Jersey” Joe Walcott carried around a miniature horseshoe just in case. Fighters [...]Read More
It’s impossible to meet Tim Kennedy on his level of intensity, because most of us don’t fly that close to the sun every minute of every day.Read More
Bellator’s new reality show “Fight Master” comes out swinging…but will it hit?
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UFC 102 proved what Socrates was getting at some 2,500 years ago: If you think you know what’s going on, you’re a f***ing fool.Read More
George Sotiropoulos is serious. He came to America alone, like Yojimbo. He doesn’t have many friends. Seldom does he socialize.Read More