This past week the Anchor Bay movie called Maximum Conviction hit store shelves starring Action legend Steven Seagal, former WWE star Steven Austin and Bren Foster. The Australian actor who now lives in Hollywood, California has been training Martial Arts since he was a young boy and holds 1st degree black belts in Hipkido and Hwarang-do, plus a 5th degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do.
Tag: Mixed Martial Arts
There are many MMA shows, promoters, and brands that come along from time to time. Some stay and gain popularity; some fade away while others get bought out. We have seen just about everything that we could in the Mixed Martial Arts business. This past Saturday the World Series of Fighting made it promotional debut in Las Vegas, Nevada and on the NBCSports channel. Headed by Ray Sefo, WSOF 1 made some serious noise in the MMA community but being their first offering how did the World Series Of Fighting’s first event as a whole grade out?
Typically The Ultimate Fighter Finales are reserved for the season’s final match, along with many of the fighters coming off the reality show. For next months The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale though this does not seem to be the case. Obviously the fight to determine the season’s winner will appear on the fight but things don’t look good for the other 14 fighters.
No UFC or Strikeforce? Bellator not doing it for you? Well, have no worries MMA fans. Introducing World Series of Fighting, the world’s newest MMA promotion which is set to make its debut this Saturday, November 3rd.
It seems to be an epidemic in Mixed Martial Arts right now, fighters getting injured and withdrawing from their scheduled fights. While some of the injuries are from fluke circumstances, the majority of them are coming from training. The phenomenon has been dubbed the “injury bug” and MMA has yet to figure out a vaccine or cure for it.
Matt Schnell from MTV’s “Caged” and Ryan Hollis battled it out last night for three enduring rounds at Legacy FC 14 in Houston Texas. Two judges scored the match 29 to 28 in favor of Schnell giving him the split decision victory. The Houston Arena Theatre erupted in disbelief. Schnell looked to lose most of the striking exchanges on their feet, frustrating him and forcing him to try his skills on the ground.
Having nearly completed his one year suspension, middleweight fan favorite Chris Leben has verbally agreed to a return bout at UFC 155 on December 29th. The yearend event will see “The Crippler” face off against another brawler in Karlos Vemola, who has a finish in all nine of his wins.