As Ronda Rousey gets ready to challenge Miesha Tate for the Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Championship, we look at the state of women in MMA, and why the fairer sex isn't getting a fair shake.
In an emotional and heartfelt moment, veteran middleweight Nate "Rock" Quarry retires from mixed martial arts with a 12-4 record.
With Ronda Rousey challenging for Miesha Tate's Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight title, the team breaks down the fight and explores the state of women's MMA, LIVE Thursday at 11/10c.
It's the premiere episode of Spike's MMA Uncensored Live. Join Craig Carton, Nate Quarry and Mike Straka as they preview UFC 144. Plus interviews with Nick Diaz and Dan Henderson, and a look at the corruption that ended PRIDE FC.
In the final piece of our extended interview, Miro Mijatovic retaliates against the threats of the Yakuza with help from the Japanese police. He also discusses the magazine Shukan Gendai's dealings, why he left the fight game and the climate for MMA in Japan today.
In Part 2 of our extended interview, Miro Mijatovic details how Pride impacted the Japanese TV landscape. He also mentions why Mirko Cro Cop never fought Yoshihiro Takayama, and how signing Fedor Emelianenko to Inoki Bom-Ba-Ye led to death threats from the Yakuza.
Get a look at the rise and fall of the most popular MMA promotion in the history of Japan from the people who were there when it happened. And for the first time Miro Mijatovic exposes the corruption that led to the collapse.
MMA Uncensored Live gets off to a bang when Craig sits down with the controversial Nick Diaz. Hear the welterweight's thoughts on his suspension, retirement rumors and championship aspirations.
In Part 1 of our extended interview with Miro Mijatovic, the former manager of Mirko Cro Cop and Fedor Emelianenko discusses his initial contact with the Yakuza, their involvement in Japanese MMA, Naoto Morishita's mysterious death, and rumors of fight fixing.