To be continued….

I have just officially had the month from hell.  My energies have to be spent on healing not just some of my blood relatives, but myself.  I have to throw myself into all the tools i’ve been given to keep myself from getting close to the deep end for a while.  I’ll be ok.  I just need a lot of space right now.  I will be taking a sabbatical from blogging, commenting on blogs, tweeting, and youtubing.   i will only be posting reviews of books i agreed to read and review prior to the events that have happened with my family.   All i can say to the two eyes reading this is to be grateful for your lived ones.  Life can end in the time it takes to snap your fingers. Take care.


Canadian woman ready for UFC bout in Winnipeg

Global News

WINNIPEG – Canadian UFC fighter Alexis Davis says she could see herself fighting transgender female fighter Fallon Fox if their paths crossed.

“I think I’m ignorant when it comes to the biology of the human body when they’re going through that kind of transition and change,” Davis, in town to promote a June 15 pay-per-view event, said Tuesday.

But when it comes to fighting, she said she doesn’t shy away from anybody.

“I would highly consider it. I would pretty much fight anybody so, she gets up in the rankings and comes across my path, it’s not too much of a problem for me.”

Davis’s comments come after the UFC suspended the contract of heavyweight Matt Mitrione this week for derogatory comments he made about Fox, who was born male, on the “MMA Hour” show. Mitrione called Fox a “lying, sick, disgusting, sociopathic freak” while arguing that she should not…

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UFC 161 Press Conference Video

Universal Combat News

UFC interim bantamweight champion Renan Barao and challenger Eddie Wineland were at The Met in Winnipeg, MB today to help UFC officials announce UFC 161.

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Gunnar Nelson Out; Mike Pyle vs Rick Story Booked for UFC 160

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Mike Pyle

Mike Pyle

  • 24-8-1 MMA / 7-3 UFC Record
  • 3 Fight Win Streak
  • Notable Wins: John Hathaway, Ricardo Almeida, Josh Neer

Rick Story


Rick Story

  • 15-6 MMA / 8-4 UFC Record
  • Won 2 of Last 3 Fights
  • Notable Wins: Johny Hendricks, Thiago Alves, Quinn Mulhern


UFC 160

May 25th, 2013

Las Vegas, Nevada

MGM Grand Garden Arena


Mike Pyle has won six out of his last seven fights in the UFC, which includes a current three-fight win streak. His last three victories have all come by way of knockout, including wins over Ricardo Funch, Josh Neer, and James Head. Pyle’s only defeat since January of 2010, was a first round knockout loss to Rory MacDonald at UFC 133.

Rick Story liked saved his spot on the UFC roster with a first round TKO victory over Quinn Mulhern at UFC 158. He previously lost three out of his last four bouts…

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UFC Releases Code Of Conduct Policy

Universal Combat News

On the heels of Matt Mitrione’s suspension the UFC has decided to release the code of conduct policies it holds its fighters to.

Many in the public had been wondering what is exactly in the policy after Mitrione’s suspension for making derogatory transphobic comments about Fallon Fox, a transgendered MMA fighter.

To read the full document see below.

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James Prior speaks ahead of Dome MMA 4: Beatdown Your single source for Combat sports


James Prior is fighting at Dome MMA 4: Beatdown, against Rob Zabitis, on 27th April 2013. He is looking to use his skills to grab the victory. James took some time out to speak to me ahead of his fight.

Hi James, thanks for taking the time to do this. Can you tell people a little about yourself?
“I’m kind of a family guy but have been know to go missing for a couple of days. I love Everton FC and my dog”.


You are fighting at Dome MMA 4, against Rob Zabitis, how much do you know about him?
“Too be honest, I dunno much about him”.


What do you see as your best weapon in this fight?
“Id have to say my body shots”.


How is your training going? Is there anything you’ve had to change for this fight?
“It’s been…

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A look into the MMA world of Dinky Ninjas fighter: Graham Turner Your single source for Combat sports

Graham Turner
Graham Turner is one of the hottest prospects in the UK today. Ranked third in the UK rankings, behind Andy Ogle and Conor McGregor, it shows how good the Dinky Ninjas fighter is. With a wealth of experience behind him and the skills to dazzle, Graham is destined for the next level. He took some time out to answer my questions on his fighting career so far.
Hi Graham, thanks for taking the time to do this. Can you tell people a little about yourself?
“Hi my name is Graham Turner, I fight out of the dinky ninjas, I have a fight record of 22-7-0. my coach is James Doolan, my fight management is Intensiti FM and I live in Lanark Scotland”.
You have just been named as 3rd in the UK featherweight rankings, behind two current UFC fighters. How does it feel to get to number 3?

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