UFC 228 is looking like it did a very disappointing 130,000 buys

UFC 228

Tyron Woodley and Darren Till didn’t seem to reach the masses UFC 228 doesn’t seem to have been a commercial success, at least if you believe what is being reported about the PPV event. Dave Meltzer has indicated via his Wrestling Observer newsletter that UFC 228 has disappointed. He was quoted as saying. “The 9/8 … Read moreUFC 228 is looking like it did a very disappointing 130,000 buys

Mojahed Fudailat releases another instant classic MMA animation

Mojahed Fudailat

These animations are excellent, and this one is no exception!

Mojahed Fudailat does amazing animations that we’ve featured on this site a handful of times. He’s very talented and clever. He has a good does amazing animations that we’ve featured on this site a handful of times. He’s very talented and clever. He has a good eye for MMA and anytime I see he’s posted a new animation, I immediately check it out.

This time he’s done a spoof of the commentary team for UFC 228 calling the Darren Till vs. Tyron Woodley fight. The explode at times with excitement and he does a great job with how they react and puts his animations perfectly in sync with their actual dialogue. It’s a gift, and I wanted to share it with you guys!

Make sure you check out his Youtube page and see all his amazing animations, right here. For now, below you can see his latest, courtesy of his Twitter post.

UFC 228: The Thrill and the Agony- Sneak Peek. Incredible video


These UFC ‘The Thrill and The Agony’ videos are just flat-out legendary. They actually capture the thrill and the agony of all concerned parties involved with the fights. As far as UFC 228 is concerned, there was a ridiculous amount of ups and downs with a plethora of emotions for a variety of reasons.

It wasn’t just the main event between Tyron Woodley and Darren Till, either. Seeing both sides when Jessica Andrade knocked out Karolina Kowalkiewicz is the epitome of what this sport is about. One side is elated, while the other side is devastated.

Also featured are the Zabit and Aljo kneebars. Of course, the Geoff Neal KO had everyone over the moon.

Then there is Daniel Cormier… Can Joe Rogan just give him a high five?

UFC 228 Fight Motion video preview is available here

Fight Motion

UFC 228 Fight Motion preview video is out, and it’s awesome!

UFC 228 was one for the books. There were amazing knockouts, submissions and an incredible title defense by Tyron Woodley. The UFC has released their Fight Motion video preview, and it’s awesome. As always the videos take you into the cage with super slow motion and put you in the fight. It’s a great video series, and the full-length versions are available via FightPass.

Diego Sanchez’ elbows in slow motion are amazing. He lands with crazy power and accuracy. I really dig these videos and they are my favorite series produced by the UFC.

You can revisit the winners and losers of UFC 228 right here.

Snoop Dogg sippin gin and juice, calling Till vs Woodley totally wrong


“Rollin’ down the street, smokin’ indo; Sippin’ on gin and juice. Laid back. With my mind on my money and my money on my mind.” I do believe that Snoop Dogg was sippin on gin and juice, but his mind wasn’t anywhere near thinking about his money. In fact, I don’t know what he was thinking because he called Tyron Woodley vs Darren Till the complete ass-backwards wrong way.

First of all, Snoop thinks that Darren Till is Colby Covington. While he doesn’t mention him by that name, saying “F*** Trump”, implies that Snoop thinks the very pro-Trump, Colby Covington, is in the cage with Tyron Woodley. Saying, “F*** Trump”, doesn’t make much sense if it was towards Till, being that he’s British and all.

Then, Woodley locks up the D’arce choke and Snoop calls it the Dart choke. If you are unaware of the difference like our pal Snoop; D’arce is a choke. Darts is a game you play in the garage at halftime during a lousy NFL game.

He finishes it off by coming with, “Wakanda Forever!”

Is this real life?

If you missed it, Jessica Andrade’s filthy KO at UFC 228


Tatiana Suarez was on her way to solidifying herself as the #1 contender in the UFC women’s strawweight division. She was wildly impressive in her fight against Carla Esparza, as she ragdolled her and seemingly won every second of the fight. Then, Jessica Andrade fought Karolina Kowalkiewicz and scored a filthy KO.

In fact, the knockout was so nasty, I can’t remember any strawweight KO that even came close. Andrade was out there looking like a prime Wanderlei Silva. She stalked her opponent with no regard for her own health. She chased her around the cage and threw punches with bad intentions and at a high volume.

Eventually, in the first round of their fight, Andrade caught Karolina and snapped her head back; Rendering her unconscious.

Andrade and Suarez may need to square off for the #1 contender spot now because both were crazy impressive in their own way.

Watch the UFC 228 Post Fight Press Conference right here

Karolina Kowalkiewicz

UFC 228 is in the books, and it was a heck of a card! Watch the post-fight conference now.

Tyron Woodley kept hold of his UFC welterweight title, stopping Darren Till in the second round via D’Arce Choke. He dropped Till with a right hand and unloaded on him with some serious elbows and ground and pound before sinking in the choke and forcing the tap. Hear him talk about it here at the UFC 228 Post Fight Press Conference.

Jessica Andrade also did the amazing tonight, landing a clean one-punch knockout against her opponent Karolina Kowalkiewicz in the first round of their fight. Jim Miller and Diego Sanchez both picked up wins as well. Jimmie Rivera beat John Dodson and we saw a headkick knockout for the ages. It was a great night of action in Dallas!

You’ll hear from the winners as well as the losers and find out who earned themselves a fat bonus check in the process. If you’re looking for the UFC 228 results, you’ll find them here.

Somebody call 911, Geoff Neal just kicked Frank Camacho’s head into orbit

call 911

Oh my goodness, this knockout is one for the ages!

Tonight during the prelims of UFC 228, we’ve seen some incredible action. That said, nothing prepared me for what I saw in the fight between Geoff Neal and Frank Camacho. Neal almost earned the victory late in the first round, battering Camacho. However, in the second frame, he removed all doubt, sending Camacho into that good night with a wicked head kick knockout. Someone call 911!

FOX Sports posted the video via Twitter, so we might as well pass it on to you knockout hungry maniacs.

UFC 228 Event Results: Tyron Woodley vs. Darren Till

UFC 228 Event Results

We have your UFC 228 Event Results as they happen! Tonight the UFC is in Dallas for a crazy night of MMA action. In the main event, Tyron Woodley will attempt to defend his Welterweight Title against Darren Till. It’s going to be a wild brawl, not to be missed. We’ll have that and the … Read moreUFC 228 Event Results: Tyron Woodley vs. Darren Till

UFC 228 Embedded Episode 5 – It’s all happening!

UFC Embedded

It’s time for UFC 228 Embedded Episode 5!

Tomorrow night history will be made as UFC 228 takes place in Dallas, TX. The card is solidified and we’re go for launch. We had the Nicco Montano/Valentina Shevchenko fight scratched, but everyone else is ready to go. It’s been a wild week in Dallas, and the weigh-ins were pretty entertaining. We’re left with a solid night of fights, and I for one am excited to see the new co-main event. I think it’s going to be a fun fight. Let’s take a look at UFC 228 Embedded Ep. 5.

From the UFC

On Episode 5 of UFC 228 Embedded, opponents square off at media day, including welterweight champion Tyron Woodley vs. Darren Till and strawweight Carla Esparza vs. Tatiana Suarez. Featherweight Zabit Magomedsharipov jogs away his final pounds, while opponent Brandon Davis loses his in a pickup basketball game with bantamweight John Dodson.

Strawweight Karolina Kowalkiewicz trains through her weight cut and opponent Jessica Andrade spends hers in the pool. Bantamweight Aljamain Sterling checks his numbers at the hotel, as Suarez passes time bowling.

UFC 228 Embedded is an all-access, behind-the-scenes video blog leading up to the welterweight world championship bout taking place Saturday, September 8th on Pay-Per-View.

The UFC strips Nicco Montano of her Flyweight title

Nicco Montano

Dana White said Nicco would be stripped and Valentina would fight for the vacant title this year. Well, flyweight champion Nicco Montano, we hardly knew you at all. The fighter who was forced out of her title fight tomorrow night when she had kidney issues, has been stripped of her world title, per Dana White. … Read moreThe UFC strips Nicco Montano of her Flyweight title

John Dodson vs Jimmie Rivera bumped up to main card.


It was kind of a head-scratcher that Jimmie Rivera vs John Dodson was originally scheduled to be on the UFC 228 undercard. With Nicco Montano vs Valentina Shevchenko being scrapped as the co-main event, Rivera vs Dodson has been bumped up to the main card. Dodson (20-9) is coming off a win against the surging Pedro … Read moreJohn Dodson vs Jimmie Rivera bumped up to main card.

Quick Picks: Breaking down UFC 228 – Tryon Woodley vs. Darren Till

Quick Picks

It’s that time again ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for Quick Picks It’s been a while since I’ve done this as I was stinging from getting humiliated with my Fight Night 135 picks.  It was an absolute embarrassment. I went 1-5 on the main card, of course, I was perfect on the undercard. Nobody cares about that though. So … Read moreQuick Picks: Breaking down UFC 228 – Tryon Woodley vs. Darren Till

Valentina Shevchenko comments about Nicco not making the fight

Valentina Shevchenko

Valentina suspected something was up with Nicco ahead of this fight The UFC lost their co-main event this morning with Nicco Montano had kidney issues that forced her to the hospital and out of her flyweight championship fight. Valentina Shevchenko has gone through this before. She was set to face Amanda Nunes, but Nunes had to … Read moreValentina Shevchenko comments about Nicco not making the fight

UFC 228 Embedded Ep. 4 – It’s about to go down!

UFC 228 Embedded

We’ve got UFC 228 Embedded Ep. 4 on hand!

Tomorrow is UFC 228. We’ve got UFC 228 Embedded episode 4 ready for you to check out. The card suffered a big blow when Nicco Montano was pulled from the card and her championship fight scrapped. That said, the show must go on, and it will. This show takes you behind the scenes into what the fighters go through during fight week. It’s a unique and cool look at what it takes to make it into the Octagon.

From the UFC

On Episode 4 of UFC 228 Embedded, welterweight champion Tyron Woodley embraces a fight with another feared striker – this time, undefeated Darren Till. Featherweight Brandon Davis zones out with video games, while former strawweight champion Carla Esparza unplugs for fight week. Strawweight Karolina Kowalkiewicz shows off her dogs’ new Halloween costumes and plans to show off her ground game on Saturday against Jessica Andrade.

Flyweight champion Nicco Montano and challenger Valentina Shevchenko join Woodley and Till at open workouts. And strawweight Tatiana Suarez pushes through her last tough training session before fight night.

UFC 228 Embedded is an all-access, behind-the-scenes video blog leading up to the two world title bouts taking place Saturday, September 8th on Pay-Per-View.