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The beginning of September has been action packed and entertaining in the world of combat sports. The type of skill and technical ability that took place over the weekend inside the ring, and cage, has certainly started the month off at the kind of pace everyone was hoping for.

First up on a very full afternoon of combat sports on Saturday, was Matchroom Boxing’s event at Emerald Headingley Stadium in Leeds, England. The main card was headlined by the highly anticipated rematch between Maurico Lara, of Mexico City, and hometown favorite Josh Warrington. Sadly, the bout between these two talented…

2021 March Recap & An Outlook For April:

Combat sports is in full bloom as the year steadily progresses. With championship bouts and big time rematches. March left fight fans on the edge of their seats, wanting more.

First off, the UFC. Over 48 fights were hosted in March, including 4 title bouts between UFC 259 and UFC 260. But two fights in particular took the spot light. At UFC 259 Amanda “The Lioness” Nunes entered the octagon to prove why she is queen of the jungle. Nunes was taking on another UFC all star, Megan Anderson. After the sound…

2021 February Recap and March Outlook for Combat Sports:

The Combat Sports world has some huge matchups in February, with a huge upset in the boxing world. The UFC had a huge matchup with UFC 258 taking on all the headlines as the big matchup of the month, the battle consisted of Kamara Usman who was defending his welterweight title for a third time against Gilbert Burns who had six wins in a row before fighting Usman. “The Nigerian Nightmare” showcased his dominance proving why he is still champion with a third round knockout and having a 93 total strikes…

2021 January Recap and February Outlook for the UFC:

We made it through a crazy year and unlike most sports, MMA was able to adapt to the global pandemic. The UFC made the critical decision to remain operating, Including launching Fight Island in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.. Other MMA organization like One Championship and Bellator also made the necessary changes in order to operate. However, the main change of 2020 was the disappearance of fans for majority of the year. With empty seating and hollow arenas. The need for exciting MMA entertainment was high, and many organization delivered. …

2021 Young Boxing Prospects, January Recap, and What to Expect in February:

2020 was a year of upsets in boxing. Many former champions such as Julian Williams and Vasiliy Lomachenko were dethroned by underdogs Jeison Rosario and Teofimo Lopez. Boxers struggled to hold onto their titles, insinuating that 2020 was a year of upset in the sport. Anthony Joshua was left as the last major fight in 2020. Leaving fans asking the question, will Joshua lose? However, Joshua did not lose his titles and was able to quickly take out Kubrat Pulev in order to retain his unified WBA, IBF…

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