As the trainer, manager, and godfather of the “Scrap Pack”, Cesar Gracie is never one to hold back his opinion. In this interview, Cesar delves deeper into the controversial decision Nick Diaz suffered against Carlos Condit. Gracie also gives his thoughts on how judging can destroy the sport of MMA, as well as, offering his opinion on how it can be fixed and whether or not we will ever see Nick Diaz on reality TV.
Did Brock Lesnar do the right thing by calling it a career last Friday night? Randy Couture retired and came back, will Brock? Will we see Lesnar doing his patented “F-5” in the WWE anytime soon? With his post fight announcement that he was retiring from MMA, Lesnar leaves a lot of unanswered questions that will slowly but surely be answered with time.
The East Bay is a hot bed for Mixed Martial Arts, home to several top gyms and many current and former champions. Names like Cain Velasquez, Nick Diaz and Gilbert Melendez all train in the greater East Bay and have all fought on the world’s biggest stages.
It was supposed to be a regular pre-fight presser for a main event happening over a month and a half away. What took place was so far from the norm, you’ll probably never see it happen again. The UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre was supposed to sit alongside his opponent Nick Diaz but the former Strikeforce Welterweight champion was a no-show.
Following his lose to Rory MacDonald at UFC 129 on Saturday, Cesar Gracie fighter Nate Diaz will most likely move back down to lightweight. This according to Gracie himself, who spoke with MMAMania.com after Diaz suffered his second consecutive lose.