World Wrestling Entertainment legend and former champion Bret "The Hitman" Hart had one man to blame for the departure of fellow former champion CM Punk.
Punk (whose name is Phil Brooks in real life) left the company in November 2014. Then, just weeks after, the former WWE superstar was signed by the Ultimate Fighting Championship, much to the dismay of many, given his inexperience in mixed martial arts.
In a December interview, Punk addressed all the issues in another interview with Rolling Stone. On his departure, the 37-year old athlete says it was all about the differences he had with the WWE's top management. more >>
World Wrestling Entertainment superstar John Cena has teamed up with a major network to produce a reality show.
In a report by the Washington Post, the former WWE champion will be working with FOX as a television host for military-based reality show "American Grit".
UFC interim featherweight champion Conor McGregor recently made an extravagant purchase with less than a month before his unification title fight against reigning 145-pound king José Aldo.
"The Notorious" faces the Brazilian champion at UFC 194 on December 12th, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. It is a fight that was originally scheduled for UFC 189 in July, but was postponed after Aldo was forced out of the contest due to a rib injury.
McGregor has not been shy about his spending habits. Since success began snowballing for him in 2013, the brash Irishman went on to fulfill his appetite for three-piece suits, which have been a staple part of his entire image. more >>
Newly crowned UFC bantamweight queen Holly Holm had nothing but positivity after winning the title.
"The Preacher's Daughter" shocked the mixed martial arts world when she dealt Rousey her first loss via a vicious kick to the jaw. It was done during a time when "Rowdy" was riding the wave of massive success, and was making Hollywood films and appearing in magazine covers.
The 34-year old Holm now becomes the first female fighter to ever win both a boxing world title and a UFC title. She did express her gratitude towards the people who had helped her along the way, through a lengthy Instagram post she put up a day after the fight. more >>
"The Golden Boy" Oscar De La Hoya is waving the white flag at long-time business and boxing rival Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The six-division world champion has been at odds with "Money May" for almost a decade now, beginning from their 2007 fight. Both men had been incessantly trying to get into each other's nerves throughout the fight build-up.
Unfortunately for De La Hoya, he was still unable to get the better of Mayweather, as he lost the actual fight by split decision. more >>
UFC president Dana White and light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier recently offered their opinions on the Ronda Rousey situation.
In a recent interview with TMZ, company executive Dana White explained why he thinks the former UFC bantamweight champion received so much flak from fans and some notable celebrity figures after Holly Holm dealt her with her first career loss.
"First of all, she didn't touch gloves with Holly on Saturday, which I'm sure is a big part of it," White explained. "But the stuff on social media and the things I've seen, they're just dirty, horrible people that just love to come out and be nasty and be negative. And with social media, even idiots can have opinions, too." more >>