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  • index 9:39 am on May 10, 2015 Permalink
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    Chael Sonnen believes Lesnar can still join UFC 

    Former Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC fighter Chael Sonnen, like most fans, was looking forward to the return of Brock Lesnar to the Octagon after four years away from the promotion and like any other fan; he was also left disappointed when Lesnar announced a renewal of his contract with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). But the American is not willing to close the door on his return to the UFC for good.

    But Sonnen also said that he completely understood what Lesnar meant when he said that his legacy inside the cage in the UFC was over.

    The American is currently working as an analyst for the UFC and Chael Sonnen feels that the comments made by Lesnar was pretty obvious in nature – he tried his best to make it feel as if he was ready to return to fighting again competitively.

    Lesnar, although never had the best record in the UFC as well as in Mixed Martial Arts, was a devastating combat fighter in his prime at the UFC but his prime was too short. He was on the verge of becoming a free agent with his WWE contract nearing an end and made enough overtures to the UFC for fans to think he was coming back. However, that wasn’t to be and he recently announced that he had signed a new deal with the promotion. (More …)

  • index 4:31 am on February 13, 2015 Permalink
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    Chael Sonnen says Wanderlei making bad choices 

    To say Wanderlei Silva and Chael Sonnen were close friends would be a slight exaggeration. By almost all accounts, the two had been the worst of enemies throughout their stints in the Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC.

    The two were scheduled to fight at UFC 175 to put to bed the long standing feud but a failed drugs test from the American and the Brazilian’s reluctance to take the drugs test meant that it wasn’t meant to be.

    Both are retired from the sport now spends his time as an analyst for ESPN while the Brazilian also spends much of his time in front of his time in front of a camera, blasting what the UFC has become following its mainstream corporate takeover and accused them of slavery and underpaying the fighters. (More …)

  • index 8:46 am on January 20, 2015 Permalink
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    Chael Sonnen Guessed About Cocaine Problem 

    Chael Sonnen is as good a MMA fighter as he is a talker. It is no doubt that he was in the top most middleweight person of the year. In the recent years he has taken the troll to yet another level. In 2013 before the fight between him and Jon Jones he had guessed that Jones was taking in cocaine.

    The fight in April 2013 is remembered by most as it was UFC 159. Coca Cola is what he was seen drinking and of course, Coca Cola has derived its name from Cocaine but what was interesting was that at that time everybody overlooked what he was drinking and the striking similarity. (More …)

  • index 12:39 pm on December 11, 2014 Permalink
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    Chael Sonnen says GSP superior athlete to Anderson 

    Former Ultimate Fighting Championship or UFC Middleweight champion Anderson Silva is widely regarded as the greatest fighter in the history of Mixed Martial Arts and the top pound for pound fighter, but according to his one time nemesis, the Brazilian is not as good as the UFC has people believe.

    Chael Sonnen, who suffered two consecutive defeats at the hands of the Brazilian believes former UFC Welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre is a more complete fighter as well as the better athlete when compared to The Spider.

    And the American Gangster says he talks from experience when he makes the comparison and as a result, he is the best person to make a judgement.

    Sonnen was speaking to Nate Diaz in a talk show as the UFC builds up to the Nick Diaz v/s Anderson Silva fight at UFC 183 in January, 2015 where he said that he has fought with Anderson Silva twice and he has worked with Rush as well and he had a much tougher time against the Canadian than the Brazilian.

    Chael Sonnen said that was his own experience, adding that he knows style and swagger do make their way into the comparison but in terms of pure athleticism and talent, Rush was far superior compared to Anderson.

    He told Nate Diaz that he believes his brother has been in fights that have been a lot tougher and he doesn’t think Nick Diaz will realize that a few minutes into the fight. But Chael Sonnen reiterated again that Silva is very good and his comments are in, no way, meant to be derogatory towards him, but he is just not as good as the UFC has people believe.

    The American said that Nick Diaz has a good chance of beating Anderson especially now that he is coming back from injury and is not in prime condition.

  • Liam 10:37 am on October 17, 2014 Permalink  

    Pick And Prediction For Night Of The Champions 

    The show of the Night of the Champions is surely going to grab eyeballs from far and wide because of its glittering turnaround. More surprises are stored in for the wrestlers as they try to combat with other players.

    It will be a combat between superstars. Dolph Ziggler is among the consistent stars present in the list of wrestlers. The championship of his Intercontinental version brought him back to the glory of WWE. He is back with greater force and motivation than ever. Latest gimmick of the Hollywood will be seen by the Miz. It will be an entertaining character which the fans will be drawing towards.

    Sheamus has lost the vigour which he possessed and the shuffle is somewhere lost. It is predicted that Cesaro is going to win the event. Mark Henry is coinciding with Rusev which is going to be a strong match. The rivalry between the siblings is also going to be a treat for the eyes. Bella Twins will surely overshadow the other rivalry between the others. It is believed that Paige is going to be the future of the wrestling. Randy Orton is also coming into the event with less confidence than ever so it is going to be tough for him.

    The Usos are seemingly trying to bring out the best in the card. The titles given by the tag would determine the character presentation of the event. Reigns has been hailed as a force who is unstoppable. Some also say that he is the next face of WWE. Seth Rollins has to beat Reigns so that he can stay on course. Top 10 means a lot for the wrestlers so all would be trying hard to come in top 10 to maintain their consistency and it will be great to watch who gets the better of who.

  • Liam 6:11 pm on September 29, 2014 Permalink  

    Arnold expo to promote kickboxing talents 

    Australia is gearing up for the Arnold Fitness Expo that is going to be held in March. It is tipped to be a huge sport and fitness expo in and thereby the excitement surrounding it is also quite noticeable. Muay Thai and kickboxing encompasses a major part of the plan as far as sports are concerned. Amateurs from all across the country will be gathering to show off their kickboxing skills and a blend of the classical way of fighting along with new techniques of combat will be showcases by the athletes. Registrations have opened and the response has been overwhelming. A lot of aspirants have been signing up for the competitions. The venues have been set up along with some new technological improvements. The organizers have put in a lot of effort to set up the arenas and provide enough comfort to the spectators as well.

    The kickboxing festival is one of its kinds and it is surely going to throw up a lot of new talent from Australia. The locals are looking forward to see their own people in action. The expo will also include an exhibition regarding the latest inventions in sports technology. The competitors will go through some rigorous qualifying process. They will be competing against one another in various centers all across the country. The ones who will be selected through competition shall have the opportunity to compete in the actual league. The actual competition is going to be held on 13th 14th and 15th of March 2015. This is going to be a massive opportunity for the local talent. Each and everyone is looking forward to put forth their best so that they can realize the ultimate dream of competing in a professional league. However the greatest attraction of the event will be Arnold Schwarzenegger himself.

  • Liam 2:34 pm on August 26, 2014 Permalink  

    Chael Sonnen Background 

    Chael Sonnen is a former professional Mixed Martial Artist who is most notably remembered for his stint in the Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC, the premier Mixed Martial Arts promotion in the world where he contended for the UFC Light Heavyweight and UFC Middleweight Championships.

    Having begun his career his career as a wrestler at a very young age, Sonnen quickly turned his attentions to Mixed Martial Arts and upon graduating from high school, he wanted to carve out a career in the UFC. In his first ever match as a professional Mixed Martial Artist, the American defeated Ben Hailey before going on to record five more wins.

    His first loss came at the hands of Trevor Prangley and suffered another loss via a triangle choke at the hands of future UFC star Forrest Griffin.

    The American Gangster was soon given a chance to impress in the UFC after being signed up by the promotion but was later released following a 1-2 record in the promotion. Not one to be bogged down, Chael Sonnen joined Bodog Fight before signing for World Extreme Cage Fighting or WEC where he became an immensely popular heel figure.

    After the WEC was disbanded following its acquisition by the UFC, Sonnen returned to the promotion of his dreams where he began fighting as a Middleweight in the 185 lbs. division.

    Over time, the American developed a feud with reigning UFC Middleweight champion Anderson Silva and landed two consecutive shots at the title, losing both before returning to the Light Heavyweight division. Chael Sonnen lost his only championship match in the division to Jon Jones as well.

    Sonnen was slated to fight at the finale of The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3 but was caught for doping and was subsequently suspended for two years, upon which, he announced his retirement from the sport.

  • Liam 11:53 am on July 22, 2014 Permalink  

    Successful Taekwondo Club in Thompson Town High School, Jamaica 

    Taekwondo is not very popular among the rural areas of Jamaica but it has certainly been making an impact in the Thompson Town High School situated in Clarendon. A club with 25 members was initiated in 2012 and has been doing extremely well since then. The idea of having a taekwondo club is the innovation of the President of the Jamaican Taekwondo Academy, Trevor Webb.

    Webb took a holistic approach and advocates students keeping up their grades besides taking part in extracurricular activities like taekwondo. He has organized many taekwondo camps in Kingston and tries to ensure that schoolwork gains just as much importance.

    Lately training has been more intense than usual as they plan on participating in numerous tournaments this year. Not only will they take part in 10 tournaments in Jamaica itself, but those members of Thompson High who have been selected will fly to the United States of America Open.

    Thompson Town High had emerged victorious in their very first championship in 2013 and proud Principal Richard Morgan heaps praises on them. He is elated by the fact that this team from such a small rural area was able to achieve something like this. He plans on helping this team to defend their taekwondo title and keep the trophy.

    The benefit of this club is that it gives the students a chance to take part in extracurricular activities and do something more. They can develop themselves in something beyond academics. It teaches the students discipline and self-control, something that is truly required in today’s day and age.

    10th grade student, Julian Cole has been one of the most outstanding taekwondo students, earning for her school twelve medals and two trophies.  She claims that training, perseverance and discipline are the motivating factors of her success.

    They are now looking for sponsorships to help equip students with uniforms and other equipment.

  • admin 10:35 am on June 4, 2014 Permalink  

    Chael Sonnen calls out Rich Franklin 

    Ultimate Fighting Championship or UFC Light Heavyweight contender Chael Sonnen has claimed once again that he is sure Wanderlei Silva will weasel his way out of the scheduled match between the pair, either by feigning injury or come up with yet another unique excuse to not step inside the UFC Octagon come July.

    The two fighters who share a long history of verbal attacks have been assigned as opposing coaches for the third season of The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil and will go head to head against each other in July at UFC 175. However, the American doesn’t think the Axe Murderer will show up for the fight and he is already looking to secure a fight against someone else as a backup plan.

    And his choice of opponent is none other than the former UFC Middleweight champion Rich Franklin. The American Gangster took to Twitter recently and called out the legendary Middleweight, and went as far as saying that he would be the one who finishes off the career of Ace.

    And although there is no actual proof of Wanderlei Silva looking for a way out of the match against Chael Sonnen, the loud mouth American is very keen on Ace taking the place of the Brazilian at UFC 175.

    Franklin has not fought inside the UFC Octagon since he suffered a knockout defeat in November 2012 in the UFC’s first ever event in Macau and although he has stated that he wants to have one more fight before calling it quits, he is not sure when or against whom that fight will be.

    Just a few weeks ago, Ace was offered a fight against Antonio Rogerio Nogueira at UFC Fight Night 40 in Cincinnati. And if he can turn down a fight in his own backyard, there are certainly question marks over whether he will heed to the demands of Chael Sonnen.

  • admin 4:27 am on February 11, 2014 Permalink

    White says GSP, Anderson Silva absence won’t hurt UFC 

    Those avid fans of Mixed Martial Arts, especially the Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC know its president Dana White to be a man of passion.

    While there have been debates over his comments in the past, such as when he said that the UFC was bigger than the NFL or his opinion of the best Pound for Pound fighter in the world, he is a man known to never back off from his stance.

    And recently, he mentioned that he is not at all worried despite the recent loss of star power from the UFC with the sabbatical undertaken by Georges St. Pierre and the injury to Anderson Silva. Both will not be seen inside the UFC Octagon for quite some time but White believes the UFC is in a position to make do without two of its biggest pay-per-view cash cows.

    White stated that until recently, when the legendary Brazilian Vitor Belfort was kicked right in the face by Anderson Silva, nobody cared about him. And all of a sudden he became a huge star and White mentioned that people were starting to ask him what he would do when he left.

    But according to White, the window of opportunity in sport is very little, adding that there will always be someone there to take up a place when it is vacant and another one after that.

    He also thinks people will change their stance again if Chris Weidman manages to beat Vitor Belfort to retain the UFC Middleweight Championship and he is even sure that there will be comparisons with Anderson Silva as well.

    The UFC boss also said fighters like Chuck Liddell, Randy Couture and Matt Hughes helped elevate the status of the UFC but they have all left and the UFC has survived and it will survive now too.

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