TUF Nations Finale Live Coverage: Michael Bisping Vs. Tim Kennedy

TUF Nations Finale

I have only seen one episode of TUF Nations, so I don’t know the TUF Nations fighters very well. However, I’ve loved the job Michael Bisping has done with hyping his fight which has made me interested in this mid-week show.

Here’s our TUF Nations Finale live coverage: Continue reading

WWE WrestleMania 30 Buy Rate Press Release


STAMFORD, Conn., April 15, 2014 – WWE® (NYSE: WWE) today announced that WrestleMania 30 reached a record 1 million households in the U.S. alone on WWE Network and pay-per-view combined, the first time WrestleMania has eclipsed this mark domestically. With more than 667,000 WWE Network subscribers in the U.S. and nearly 400,000 domestic pay-per-view buying homes for WrestleMania 30, WWE is confident that it will reach its goal of 1 million subscribers by the end of 2014.

WWE Network launched on February 24 in the U.S. and successfully streamed six hours of live coverage of WrestleMania 30 on Sunday, April 6. Additionally, more than 7.1 million hours of video content was viewed on WWE Network during WrestleMania Week from Tuesday, April 1 through Tuesday, April 8.

WWE Network will be rolled out in Canada, the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and the Nordics in late 2014/early 2015.

The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3 Episode 6 Recap (The Fight)

Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3 Episode 6 Recap

The heavy touted scrap between Chael Sonnen and Wanderlei Silva is supposed to happen on this episode. Here’s our Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3 Episode 6 recap: Continue reading

Pacquiao/Bradley 2 Recap: Lost In The Stars

Every great fighter who has fueled themselves on fire has had that fire immolate them. One thinks of Jake Lamotta and James Toney, two street kids overcome by their own appetites, being schooled by the ring masters of their time (Sugar Ray Robinson and Roy Jones). Or a Roberto Duran in the second Sugar Ray Leonard fight: weight, drink, and drug weakened, who saw his younger, craftier opponent humiliate him and wanted a way out. Or Aaron Pryor, the fight games’ most tortured soul, so scared and eager to sabotage his fame that he tried crack days after his brilliant second win over Alexis Arguello. Most spectacularly on the public stage was Mike Tyson circa 1990; a troubled, walking drug dumpster who lost to an opponent who (Buster Douglas) fought back for the first time. Continue reading