With this weekend in the books, it’s time to take a lion where Georges St-Pierre and Henry Cejudo sit in our GOAT debate on this episode of MMA Mathematics.
The UFC is back. UFC 249 was one of the best cards in recent history. It’s time to take some time to break down some of our favorite fighters and see what’s next in this edition of Aftermath.
Justin Gaethje just captured the interim lightweight belt and has a date to tango with Khabib Nurmagomedov. In this post we break down how Gaethje gets it done against the Dagestani.
Justin Gaethje is one of the UFC’s most exciting fighters. In this article, we take a fight-by-fight look at Gaethje’s UFC stint and see how he has gone from brawler to a tactician.
We spoke with Gerard Gordeau and caught up with what he is doing 26 years after UFC 1. We spoke with his recent doings as well as addressed a few rumors.
UFC might be out for a while but we still have Aftermath. UFC Brasilia is done and it’s time to see what the future holds for our favorite fighters.
Jack Shore is one of the latest signings to the UFC from the ever talented Cage Warriors roster.
Aftermath is back. Now that UFC 248 is behind us, it’s time to look forward to what’s next for Zhang, Adensanya, and more of our favorite fighters.
After his dismantling of Joseph Benavidez at UFC Norfolk, Deiveson Figueiredo is in the drivers seat of the flyweight division. With nothing but good things ahead, there is plenty to look forward to for Figueiredo and his team.
UFC Norfolk was a great night of fights surrounded by a lot of controversy. Now that it’s over it’s time to take a look and see what is next in this week’s Aftermath.
After being sidelined for a year due to ACL injuries, Marcos Rogerio de Lima is finally getting into the groove. His win at UFC Auckland was yet another first round finish. We talk that finish and more in this interview.
After a monster win at UFC Auckland, Xiaonan Yan is looking forward. In this exclusive interview, she recaps the fight, talks struggles with her camp dude to the coronavirus and more.
Every card we look to what’s next. UFC Rio Rancho is no exception. After a night of fights, […]
After his win at UFC Raleigh, Alex Perez and the UFC flyweight division is thriving. In this interview we talk his first, the flyweight division and more.
With a night of terrible judging, we all made it through UFC 247. Now we look forward to what’s next for some of our favorite fighters on this episode of Aftermath.
Jon Jones just did the thing. He notched another title defense over Dominick Reyes at UFC 247. Now we take a look at who is really the GOAT between Jones, Anderson Silva, and Demetrious Johnson.
UFC Raleigh is in the books. In this week’s Aftermath post, we take a look at what could and should be next for some of our favorite fighters on the card.
The UFC has finally returned and delivered us a brilliant UFC 246 card. We take a look back at the fighters and what’s next for Conor McGregor and company on this episode of Aftermath.
Conor McGregor has been a trailblazer for the sport of MMA. He gets ready to disrupt the status quo at UFC 246. We take a dive into what he’s found and what he’s done so far.
After the biggest win of his career, Petr Yan sets his eyes on the next accomplishment, becoming a UFC champion. We talk about that and more in this interview.
With all the talk of Jorge Masvidal and Calnelo Alvarez, we take a more critical look at the boxing versus MMA debate.
With a decade of UFC behind us, we do the last Aftermath of the year as UFC Busan closes out a giant chapter in MMA’s history.
With UFC 245 in the books, it’s never too early to start speculating on what’s next. And with such a stacked card, we had a lot to unpack.
UFC is finally off of it’s three week break. UFC DC delivered it’s fix of fights for fans before UFC 245. We take a look at our favorite fights and see whats next for our favorite fighters.
With UFC 245 right around the corner, the epic matchup between Colby Covington and welterweight champion Kamaru Usman is upon us. We take a look at the fight and a deeper dive into each of the fighters.