Article posted on Tuesday 06 November - 15:53 EST
Mayweather invades Japan as the unbeaten boxing superstar surprised everyone with a fight against rising kickboxing star Tenshin Nasukawa. The fight is scheduled for New Year's Eve, December 31 in the Saitama Super Arena in what should be a massive event that will draw huge viewership numbers. The fight will be a boxing match as Mayweather gets his second consecutive MMA fighter. We break down this upcoming crossover fight.
Article posted on Tuesday 30 October - 11:01 EDT
Madison Square Garden will once again be home to one of the year's biggest UFC bouts as dual champion Daniel Cormier defends his heavyweight strap against the surging Derrick Lewis. Cormier is unbeaten at heavyweight and knocked out the previous champion, Stipe Miocic in one round. But Lewis is undefeated this year and has won nine of his last ten fights. This is one colossal title fight you can't miss.
Article posted on Tuesday 09 October - 15:22 EDT
The UFC debuts in Moncton, New Brunswick with a pair of light heavyweight finishers anchoring the main event. Volkan "No Time" Oezdemir meets Anthony "Lionheart" Smith bringing with them a combined 28 knockouts including seven from their UFC fights. Oezdemir is coming off a title shot and looks to rebound while Smith is making his third straight fight at 205. A title shot could be in store for the winner.
Article posted on Friday 28 September - 09:42 EDT
Canada's best active MMA fighter Rory Macdonald (+165) is live this Saturday and looking to become a two-division champion as he faces Gegard Mousasi (-225) in a champion versus champion "superfight" that is Bellator MMA's biggest event of the year. Both fighters were recently crowned welterweight and middleweight champions, respectively and are two of MMA's best fighters today. Macdonald achieves history or Mousasi's legend grows.
Article posted on Thursday 27 September - 09:14 EDT
He's back! After messing around in boxing, the "Notorious" Conor McGregor returns to headline UFC 229 to reclaim his lightweight title from the new champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. McGregor was previously a two-division champion and was never defeated for the title just like Nurmagomedov has never lost. It's a clash of styles and personalities as the brash striker meets the stoic wrestler in this year's biggest MMA fight.
Article posted on Wednesday 12 September - 09:24 EDT
It's boxing's most anticipated rematch. The sequel to last year's superfight as Saul "Canelo" Alvarez takes on the undefeated Gennady Golovkin in part two of what could be this generation's greatest rivalry. Their first fight ended in a highly controversial draw although most viewers had Golovkin winning. This rematch depends on which boxer has learned from their mistakes as a definitive conclusion will be reached.
Article posted on Thursday 06 September - 08:01 EDT
UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley returns to defend his title against the undefeated Darren Till. Woodley has been the undisputed king of the division but his lacklustre performances have left much to be desired. Till, on the other hand, has left a burning path towards the title. Fans are on Till's side seeing the Englishman as the new champion but Woodley is set to prove the hype isn't real.
Article posted on Friday 03 August - 08:16 EDT
UFC 227 features two iconic rematches as champions TJ Dillashaw and Demetrious Johnson defend their titles against their nemeses, Cody Garbrandt and Henry Cejudo, respectively. Dillashaw will ring it back with his friend-turned-enemy in what should be another back-and-forth with a knockout finish just like the first. Johnson is looking to put Cejudo away again after destroying him in 2016; main card starts 10:00 PM ET.
Article posted on Thursday 26 July - 20:26 EDT
Dustin Poirier, along with thousands of insatiable UFC fans, got the rematch they clamoured for. Following a controversial "No Contest" after their original bout, former champion Eddie Alvarez and Poirier will do it again. This time, a winner is likely to emerge. Regardless if it's Alvarez or Poirier, it will be just as thrilling as the first; the main card starts 8:00 PM ET on CTV TWO.