The Legends Son Steps Up

I love most forms of mixed martial arts.  Admittedly, I do not keep up with the news as much as I should.  I love the sport, I love to watch the sport.  Any of you following me on twitter already know I live tweet any form of MMA that is airing.  With that said, this space will be used from time to time to round-up the best articles of the day and some other items you may have missed.

Suggestions for the updates are welcome.  If you’d like to see your favorite MMA news page added, just comment or let me know. has a great piece up about Randy Couture’s son, Ryan, stepping up to face the challenges of the octagon.

Whenever there is a top list of anything, folks are going to complain or question omissions. has the 10 best fighters of 2012 up.  Good list, tough to dispute.

You can find this one anywhere, but ESPN is as good as any I guess.   Overeem granted license to fight Silva in Las Vegas.

Frank McNeil has a nice write-up on Nate Marquardt and how he handles the ups and the downs that come along as a championship caliber fighter.

Vitor Belfort sat down with ESPN for a “lengthy interview” regarding his upcoming fight with Bisping.

The potato turns us on, literally and figuratively, to Felixia Yeap.  Ms. Yeap just signed on to be a ring girl for ONE FC.  So here’s a nice slideshow for you to enjoy.

Your 2012 Potato awards.  Special Bonus, someone resembling Tank Abbott makes an appearance.

MMA Junkie has news on injuries affecting both UFC on Fox 6 and UFC on FX 7.

Going Meta.  I’m linking to a MMA junkie story about a USA Today story on TUF 17 cast being announced and how “volatile” it will be.

Over 100 individuals show up for showcasing their talents as UFC holds tryout in Mexico City.

MMA Weekly has a story about Rolles Gracie and how he doesn’t want you to think he’s the same fighter who lost to Joey Beltran a few years ago.

And some potential storylines, fighter futures to watch out for on the upcoming and last Strikeforce event.


In Case You Missed It

ESPN their monthly power rankings of for middleweights.  You know who tops the list, but some good young talent on the horizon and in the top 10.

Dan Severn retired earlier this week(I know, I thought he was retired already too).  So here’s a top 10 list of his best moments.

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