Japanese Martial Arts Articles

Dear Meryl Streep: criticize Trump all you crave, but don’t knocking MMA’s diversification | Tom Fretwell

Mixed martial arts isnt everyones cup of tea, but Streeps jibe at the Golden Globes was misguided. MMA is plenty diverse: its full of foreigners and outsiders In her sincere communication at the Golden Globes on Sunday night, Meryl Streep noticed time to mention mixed martial arts, also known as MMA. Streep took aim at Donald Trump and protected the …

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How Sharice Davids sold in MMA for a shot at political biography

The professional fighter and advocate is aiming to become the first Native American woman elected to Congress. Her travel has been different to say the least On 1 November 2013, Sharice Davids stepped into the cage for her first professional motley martial arts crusade. Dressed in grey leggings with a pink strip around the waist and a pitch-black sports bra, …

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Daniel Cormier explosions Stipe Miocic for entitlement, setting counter for Brock Lesnar tilt

The 39 -year-old knocked out Stipe Miocic in the first round on Saturday night to become UFCs newest heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier could hardly conceive his eyes. Sure, he’d been supremely self-confident he would get the job done. That’s why, despite nursing the UFC’s light heavyweight championship, he moved up to challenge heavyweight endorse Stipe Miocic in the main event …

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Eddie Hearn takes first tentative steps to conquering America | Sean Ingle

Eddie Hearn, backed by a new streaming service and $1bn, is taking his first steps to conquering America On a breezy Saturday evening in Chicago, Eddie Hearn parked his tanks firmly on American boxing’s lawn and declared: “The war is on.” Thus the first shots were fired in the sport’s latest – and most intriguing – turf war. Six months …

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Why the UFC’s ‘sportswashing’ of Chechnya’s dictator is a problem

The presence of Ramzan Kadyrov in the front sequence of a UFC show spotlights a disturbing is connected with the Chechen strongman and the MMA promotion On Saturday 15 September, Ramzan Kadyrov sauntered into Moscow’s Olimpiyskiy Stadium to watch the evening’s fightings. Dressed in beige jeans and a grey t-shirt with a parallelling case, the notorious Chechen strongman was surrounded …

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‘I did a whole lot of crying’: the breathtaking tumble and rise of Ronda Rousey

The ex-UFC champion opens up about her tumble from the upper part of the boasting landscape, her eclectic second number and how to prepare for the apocalypse Ronda Rousey was once again situated on the dais to promote an event she’s prominently included within, but this time the other participants weren’t fighters. They weren’t even fellow WWE wrestlers, though she …

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UFC 217: Georges St-Pierre strangles out Michael Bisping to acquire entitle in comeback

The Canadian star returned from a four-year layoff to strangle out Michael Bisping and triumph the UFC middleweight championship at Madison Square Garden Georges St-Pierre returned from a four-year layoff and peered through the river of blood that flowed down his face to suffocate out Michael Bisping and win the middleweight championship at UFC 217 on Saturday night. ” I …

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