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UFC 148 Silva-Sonnen 2: Preview and Predictions

Preliminary fight (Facebook) Lightweight bout: Rafaello Oliveira vs. Yoislandy Izquierdo The first fight of the night is the only one set to air on Facebook before things get started on cable television. These guys deserve to be on Facebook though, seeing as how neither fighter has fared well under the bright lights of the UFC … Continue reading

Silva-Sonnen II: The Rematch is Finally Here (Almost)

After coming off one of the busiest UFC weekends I can ever recall, the promotion now has this weekend off before gearing up for what should be the most anticipated fight in 2012. Anyone who happened to catch UFC 117 in August of 2010 knows what the audience is in for come July 7th. In … Continue reading

UFC on FX 3: Johnson vs. McCall

Seeing as how the card starts in only a couple of hours, I’ve got to quickly run-through tonight’s card if I want this post to have any relevance. Tonight’s UFC on FX will be the promotion’s first return to the Miami area in 5 years. With Dana White and Jon Anik being huge Boston Celtics’ … Continue reading

UFC 141: Lesnar vs. Overeem

This weekend provides possibly the most hyped heavyweight UFC fight all year long as the highly popular, former WWE superstar, Brock Lesnar goes up against the worldly popular MMA fighter Alistair Overeem. Half of the interest in this fight lies solely in the promotional build-up for these two mammoth, literally, UFC heavyweight stars. Before I … Continue reading

Strikeforce: Overeem vs. Werdum Preview

With only moments before the undercard begins, I’m scrambling to get my picks out for tonight’s Strikeforce broadcast on Showtime, with preliminary fights on HDnet. Brian Melancon (5-1) vs. Isaac Vallie-Flagg (11-3-1) This catchweight bout of 175 pounds is set to begin tonight’s promising Strikeforce card. Melancon has finished most of his 6 fights, with … Continue reading

Championship week coming to a close.

It’s been an extremely entertaining week for sports fans since this time last Monday, with the NBA Finals, NHL’s Stanley Cup Finals, as well as the NCAA college world series for baseball and softball. To start, Dallas stunned me personally, and I’m assuming many other parts of the NBA world by not only beating Miami … Continue reading

UFC 131 Dos Santos-Carwin

Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia 6/11/11 – 8 p.m. Michihiro Omigawa (12-9-1) vs. Darren Elkins (11-2) This is an interesting bout to get the night started. Darren Elkins is still fairly new to the UFC with only two bouts behind him. (W-Duane Ludwig, L-Charles Olivera) So with a win over the older, washed-up, Ludwig and … Continue reading

Bringin’ it back!

It’s time…time for me to shake the dust off of this blog after sitting in the darkness of the internet for over a year now. It’s something that I should have done long before now, but the point is that the wait is over! However, with the resurrection of this blog come a few changes. … Continue reading

Pac-Man: A waste of Time & Money?

So, I’ll go ahead and say that my favorite arcade game of all time is Pac-Man, hands down…no question about it. However, upon reading an article on Mashable’s website it appears I’m not the only one that likes the Classic Game. Maybe people don’t like it as MUCH as I do, but after a release … Continue reading

Ask a question and let the world answer.

So in a recent article posted on Mashable, it appears that Facebook is prepared to launch a Q&A portion of their website. In an attempt to ensure knowledgeable, thorough answers, the site will require users to cite references when available and ban plagiarism. Occasionally, when I have a random question I’ll type it into the … Continue reading

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