This is a trial run for the Bridge MMA Podcast, which is something we hope to be doing more often to keep things going here at the BridgeMMA. It’s been almost two years since we first moved to BridgeMMA.com, so here’s to many more years of MMA.
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This is the roughest of the rough dry runs just to see if something like this was feasible. ..read more
UFC 133: Evans vs. Ortiz takes place tonight, and the main event features a light heavyweight rematch between two champions who originally crossed paths back in 2007 and battled to a draw. Fast forward to 2011, where Tito Ortiz picked up his first win in five years and Rashad Evans finally returns from a over a year of inactivity after decisioning Quinton Rampage Jackson in 2010. Today, we give our predictions for this card (which has changed lineups more times ..read more
The clock is once again ticking. As we approach the 12 hour mark that will have Dominick Cruz squaring off in a battle that seems very personal against the “California Kid,” Uriah Faber, we here at the Bridge wanted to weigh in with some of our predictions for the way these main card bouts will go this evening. I think my sub-.500 track record for picking UFC fights speaks for itself. Others weighing may pick objectively, but that’s no fun.
In a twisting turn of events, it was Josh Barnett’s performance against Brett Rogers that won the accolades of MMA fans as Alistair Overeem and Fabricio Werdum failed to ignite the Strikeforce cage.
“Piles of bodies, piles of gold.”
Barnett entered the arena first, coming into the blue corner both stoic and emotionless and sporting a new beard in his return to the United States. It had been just over two years since his third-positive test for steroids, and since then he ..read more
With less than 24 hours until we find out who advances to the next round of the Strikeforce Grand Prix, it’s time for us to weigh in with our (sometimes less than accurate) opinions. While we don’t claim to read the future or have the best track record, we can’t say we always pick who we’ll think will win, but rather who we’d like to see win. In my case, I did not fare so well in our last Strikeforce ..read more