Undefeated welterweight great Floyd Mayweather Jr. recently made his comments regarding the Miguel Cotto-Canelo Alvarez middleweight showdown.
Alvarez proved to be too much for Alvarez to handle after defeating Cotto by a wide margin (119-109, 117-111, 118-110) at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. The victory gave "Canelo" the WBC, Lineal, and Ring Magazine middleweight titles.
One undeniable fact about Holly Holm's knock out victory over Ronda Rousey at UFC 193 is that it has created a lot of buzz among mixed martial arts diehards and casual fans alike.
So much so that even people like United States presidential candidate Donald Trump made his opinion about the fight, albeit a little unbecoming for a political aspirant.
UFC bantamweight champion Holly Holm has been enjoying a newfound superstar status after knocking out Ronda Rousey at UFC 193 on November 15th.
Recently, she was a guest of honor at the Miguel Cotto vs. Canelo Alvarez bout at the Mandalay Bay Resorts & Casino. Alvarez, who was a decade younger than Cotto, won by a wide margin via unanimous decision, eventually earning him the WBC, lineal and Ring Magazine world middleweight titles.
In an interview with Fight Hype, "The Preacher's Daughter" spoke about the recently concluded "Mexico vs. Puerto Rico" 160-pound super fight. A former professional boxer herself, Holm says she did get what she expected from the very beginning. more >>
UFC interim featherweight champion Conor McGregor is expected to run through reigning 145-pound title-holder José Aldo when they unify their belts at UFC 194 on December 12th.
This, according to "The Notorious'" striking coach "Rowdy" Owen Roddy, who believes the Brazilian champion will be "embarrassed" on fight night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
"I think Conor is going to shock everybody again. Honestly, I think he's going to make this look easy," Roddy said in a report by Fightland. "I really think Conor is going to embarrass Aldo. I think Aldo is going to come out very aggressive, Conor will make him miss and then he's going to punish him for that with his devastating striking." more >>
UFC lightweight champion Rafael Dos Anjos is hoping to have Ronda Rousey as a teammate over at Kings MMA in Huntington Beach, California.
After new UFC bantamweight queen Holly Holm knocked out "Rowdy" at UFC 193, striking coach Edmond Taverdyan was one of the people who was heavily criticized.
Taverdyan has been training Rousey since she began competing in professional mixed martial arts in 2011. But according to Dos Anjos, Rousey could use a little change in scenery and train over at Kings MMA, under the tutelage of renowned Chute Boxe Academy trainer Rafael Cordeiro. more >>
Former WWE United States champion Cesaro recently gave updates on his shoulder injury and his immediate career plans.
In a report by Bill Hanstock of Cageside Seats, the 34-year old professional wrestler (Claudio Castagnoli in real life) suffered a torn rotator cuff after his match against Roman Reigns on Monday.
"Cesaro seemed to be right on the verge of breaking through into the main event scene, especially with his strong showing in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship tournament," Hanstock wrote. "Instead, he will be joining his tag team partner Tyson Kidd on the disabled list." more >>