Though many fighters in mixed martial arts (MMA) prefer not to go toe-to-toe against their friends and training partners, Nate Marquardt, for one, isn't opposed to the idea, though he prefers not to, as long as it's for a title.
Check out some of the best and most memorable mixed martial arts (MMA) fights in 2012 -- Henderson-Edgar, Fitch-Silva, Marquardt-Woodley, Jung-Poirier and Lauzon-Varner -- which are all worthy of continued discussion and praise.
Newly crowned Strikeforce Welterweight champion Nate Marquardt talks about his victory over Tyron Woodley, as well as discusses whether or not he would ever fight friend and training partner, UFC 170-pound champion, Georges St. Pierre, down the road.
At Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Kennedy, both Luke Rockhold and Nate Marquardt walked away with Strikeforce championships. But it was Marquardt who was the real winner. Why? Fraser Coffeen breaks it down.
Strikeforce: "Rockhold vs. Kennedy" took place in Portland, Oregon, on Sat., July 14, 2012. MMAmania.com recaps the event and makes their nomination for biggest winner and lowliest loser from the entire event. Check it out!
Following his win in the opening bout of Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Kennedy, Lorenz Larkin got on his knees and begged UFC President Dana White for bonus money for him and his Strikeforce brethren. While the idea was honorable, the execution wasn't.
MMAmania's Brian Hemminger takes a look back at last night's Strikeforce welterweight title bout between Nate Marquardt and Tyron Woodley. What helped turn this bout into an extremely exciting barnburner? Find out inside.
Nate Marquardt makes a bold claim -- that he's the best 170-pound MMA fighter alive today -- after his fourth round TKO over Tyron Woodley on Showtime last night to win the Strikeforce vacant Welterweight belt.
MMAmania.com examines what the future may hold for the big winners from Strikeforce: "Rockhold vs. Kennedy," which took place in Portland, Oregon, on Sat., July 14, 2012. Is a UFC move next for Luke Rockhold and Nate Marquardt? If not, then what?