Jorge Santiago Back in Action this Friday at TFC 23


Upon earning a second chance in the UFC, Middleweight Jorge Santiago (24-10) quickly had his hopes of a resurgence extinguished as he went 0-2 and was once again released from the company. Between his two stints in the UFC, a combined thirteen months, Santiago composed a less than impressive 1-4 record, with three of those losses coming by way of knockout. … [Read more...]

Jorge Santiago snaps losing streak at Titan Fighting Championships 21

The UFC is often referred to as the “Big show” and along with the bright lights, there is much tougher competition. When you reach the highest level of competition like the UFC, the skills and greatness a fighter has shown to get to the top sometimes just doesn’t materialize. Such was the case for the former Sengoku middleweight champion Jorge Santiago. … [Read more...]

While Facing Domestic Violence Charges, Brett Rogers to Headline TFC 20

In the competitive sport of mixed martial arts, the gameplan is to inflict punishment and pain onto the opponent in a regulated and sanctioned environment until: the other fighter submits, is stopped or the decision goes to the judges. As professional and ethical many of us pass this sport along to be, there are the few who taint the image of MMA and Brett Rogers has done so in … [Read more...]