UFC Top 10-ranked lightweight Josh Thomson recently took to Twitter to make what many would politely characterize as incendiary remarks concerning gay marriage, saying it is a potential gateway to incest and pedophilia, among other crimes.
Until this week, every fighter chosen for the UFC Hall of Fame was both a major champion, and dominant force in their eras. But after July, with the induction of Stephan Bonnar, that can never be said again.
Daniel Cormier was one of the top up-and-coming heavyweights under the Strikeforce banner, but not yet ranked among the best the promotion had to offer. That would all change the night he faced off against Brazilian "Bigfoot," Antonio Silva.
Nick Diaz hinted that he has nothing left to prove -- and no one left to fight -- in mixed martial arts (MMA) besides a rematch with Georges St. Pierre, making him think that retirement is an option at just 29 years old. Jason Probst argues it's not.
Representative Steve Hickey, who earlier this week inanely referred to MMA as "the child porn of sports" -- and later asked the question, "Who would Jesus elbow in the face?" -- saw his amendment to ban the sport meet a cruel end.
According to UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture, Matt Hughes' recent appointment to a cushy Zuffa executive position was really just "a big f--k you" from Dana White, "and that's exactly what [White] intended."
Anderson Silva a much "safer" fight for Georges St. Pierre than one with heavy-hitting Johny Hendricks? Find out why Pat Miletich seems to think "Rush" is better off in a super fight against "The Spider" than a Welterweight title tilt vs. "Big Rig."
A Frank Mir injury leads to his removal from a scheduled bout against Daniel Cormier, Gilbert Melendez talks Josh Thomson, and Jon Jones visits the First Take set with Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith on today's edition of the Morning Report.