Hello Readers! First, thanks for continuing to show support within our community. We all know the content has been a little slow lately. Some of the network has branched off and we wish them all success throughout their journeys. For now, we hope you appreciate the new layout as we retool the variety of content we hope to push out in the near future. While we’re changing gears, you’ll still have the option to listen to content by some of your favorite podcast producers and read op-eds by some of…

Conor McGregor Shares His Thoughts On WWE Roster

Conor McGregor Shares His Thoughts On WWE Roster

For as long as I have been a fan of wrestling, I have also been told by others that it’s fake. That the winners were all chosen beforehand, and that nobody was in any actual danger. That second part always confused the hell out of me. I get picking the winners before and all that, but even if it doesn’t always look like they’re hitting each other, every match features at least a moment where someone hits something. That mat must be a giant pillow. Those chairs must be made…

Amazon Already Starting Black Friday Deals

Amazon Already Starting Black Friday Deals

Amazon.com is already trying to get you to spend your cash way ahead of time. More people are using the online retail giant’s website during “Black Friday weekend” to score some of the best deals on pretty much anything consumers can think of. It saves people time standing on long lines outside in the cold and gives families more time to spend together. Amazon wants us to spend even more time with our families -ick – and they have a new idea to make that a reality. Start the deals right now…

“The Mauler”

“The Mauler”

After UFC 192, Alexander Gustafsson still does not have UFC gold wrapped around his waist. Putting on an amazing show against the current light heavyweight champ Daniel Cormier, “The Mauler” has plenty of time to heal as he prepares for a potential full 6-month recovery process. Even though this is his second loss in a championship bout, Gustafsson has been in arguably two of the most exciting championship fights of all-time. One going against Jon jones in 2013, and the other, against Cormier on OCT 3rd. “DC” has a new-found…

Ronda Rousey: Pokemon, Wacraft and First Woman…

Ronda Rousey: Pokemon, Wacraft and First Woman…

Bad ass celebrities are a huge inspiration. They’re even more bad ass when they admit to doing things that the “average person” does. Ronda Rousey, Olympian and Judo champion, blows off steam gaming and humoring Jimmy Fallon. The competitive athlete once moderated a Pokemon forum and currently plays a few different RPGS, World of Warcraft included. By the sound of it, she’s taking her sweet time running around Azeroth because of her busy schedule and all. She almost has enough gold for a flying license! At one point she acknowledges typical societal irony. When younger,…

Is Northcutt the Next Lyoto Machida?

Is Northcutt the Next Lyoto Machida?

Sage Northcutt made his UFC debut at UFC 192, and it was nothing short of spectacular. “Super” ended the fight in just 57 seconds, after his opponent slipped while trying to land a head kick. Northcutt took immediate advantage. Landing a barrage of elbows, the fight was eventually called off by Herb Dean. But, does this victory mark the resurgence of a former champion who once reigned supreme? I recently watched the new pilot for “Looking for a Fight,” where Northcutt was on a list of multiple fighters targeted for…

Will He Cruz Through It?

Will He Cruz Through It?

In 2016, Dominick Cruz will once again make an attempt to take back what he deems as rightfully his: a place atop the bantamweight throne. Plagued by several knee injuries and surgeries, Cruz had to step aside for the ascension of a new king – T.J. Dillashaw. Cruz (20-1) (3-0 UFC), unlike great fighters who disappear after losing their titles, has stayed relevant by becoming a fight analyst and commentator. Cruz’s last fight was back in 2014 – a lopsided KO victory against Takeya Mizugaki. Yet, since then, Cruz has…

Isn’t That a Bit Harsh? – Nick Diaz’s Five Year Suspension 

Isn’t That a Bit Harsh? – Nick Diaz’s Five Year Suspension 

On Monday, Nick Diaz was handed a five-year suspension – not to mention a substantial fine of $165,000 – for failing a drug test prior to his appearance at UFC 183.  Diaz has had run-ins with the law before–once in 2007 and, again, in 2012, both for testing positive for marijuana. But, the seriousness or recurrence of the offense was not the real issue here. The Nevada Athletic Gaming Commission made it very clear they wanted to make an example out of the former contender. During the process, the NSAC…

Thoughts on the Nick Diaz Ban

Thoughts on the Nick Diaz Ban

Special Guest Writer: Dane Curley Nick Diaz was banned for FIVE YEARS by the NSAC… for smoking pot. The Nevada State Athletic Commission is a corrupt bureaucracy designed to funnel money into the hands of its wealthy political hierarchy. The entirety of its leadership is appointed by the Governor of Nevada, a motherfucker who knows nothing about boxing or mixed martial arts. He has a great idea, however, of exactly which cronies he wants in positions of power. Multiple offenses or not, it is clear that Diaz’s ban is a…