UFC 225: Punch Drunk Predictions

UFC 225: Punch Drunk Predictions

So I’m still super-pumped about this card as a whole, though I have to admit Romero missing weight and the uncertainty of everything (as of this writing on Friday evening) really sucks in quite a few ways. It sucks for Whittaker because he did his job and deserved a chance to solidify his place atop …

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UFC Chile: Drunk Predictions

UFC Chile: Drunk Predictions

Last weekend was a nice (and needed) return to form – a 9-4 mark over 13 fights in Rio de Janeiro to help bring my yearly percentage closer to where I want it to be overall. There is still a long way to go, but I feel like I’m building a little momentum and doing …

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UFC 224: Punch Drunk Predictions

UFC 224: Punch Drunk Predictions

Let’s be honest: I’ve been slacking with my prediction columns lately and I think it has contributed to me doing relatively poorly in terms of my actual selections. I know that sounds unlikely to some, but slacking on the column means I’m not focusing as much on the matchups and not focusing as much on …

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UFC 223: Punch Drunk Predictions

UFC 223: Punch Drunk Predictions

Here’s how you know it has been a really exhausting couple days in the MMA world: I’m an absolute lunatic for this sport and I’m completely wiped out. I’m sure I’ll be excited to tune in on Saturday evening, but right now, at 2:30pm PT on Friday afternoon, everything that has transpired in Brooklyn and …

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UFC London: Punch Drunk Predictions

UFC London: Punch Drunk Predictions

Since I’m starting to include main card predictions in my What’s at Stake? column with Sporting News prior to every event, this series is basically just going to become a republishing of those picks for record-keeping purposes and the sake of continuity. I know that might sound lazy to some – and it probably is …

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UFC Austin Aftermath: It’s All About How You Frame It

UFC Austin Aftermath: It’s All About How You Frame It

Sunday night’s return to the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas produced an entertaining night of action, with twice as many fights ending inside the distance as went to the scorecards and Derrick Lewis and Donald Cerrone closing out the show in memorable fashion. A couple new arrivals looked outstanding. Two of the four bouts …

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