Opinion: The Dueling Insecurities of Boxing and MMA
By: Eric Stinton It is possible, even preferable, to love both sports, but Floyd
Mayweather Jr.-Conor McGregor does not offer that opportunity,
writes Eric Stinton.
Stories from the Road: Chael Sonnen
By: Joseph Santoliquito From holes in rings and missing shoes to encounters with all-time
greats and gangster-mandated grave digs, the 20-year veteran has
Opinion: Money Problems Follow Money Fights
By: Andreas Hale Please accept my apology in advance, because the next two weeks are
all about one thing: Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor.
By The Numbers: Conor McGregor
By: Brian Knapp The biggest star in MMA wanders into uncharted territory on Aug.
26, when he makes his pro boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather Jr.
in Las Vegas.
Sherdog’s Top 10: UFC Lightweight Title Fights
By: Brian Knapp Nine men have held Ultimate Fighting Championship gold at 155
pounds. Their respective reigns have resulted in some of the most
Opinion: They Made the Wrong Fight
By: Andreas Hale From a competitive standpoint, Paulie Malignaggi makes a lot more
sense for Conor McGregor than Floyd Mayweather Jr., writes Andreas
5 Things You Might Not Know About Jon Jones
By: Brian Knapp The two-time champion once again sits atop the Ultimate Fighting
Championship light heavyweight division, his transcendent talents
The Bottom Line: Snoopcast and the Need for a More Adventurous Approach
By: Todd Martin Sherdog columnist Todd Martin hopes Snoop Dogg’s presence on Dana
White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series is a step toward further...
Opinion: Patience is a Virtue
By: Eric Stinton Time is on Sergio Pettis’ side in his pursuit of flyweight champion
Demetrious Johnson, and the UFC should take note, writes Eric
Matches to Make After UFC Fight Night ‘Pettis vs. Moreno’
By: Brian Knapp Critics were quick to write off Sergio Pettis as a bust after
surprising losses to Alex Caceres and Ryan Benoit. Perhaps they
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