After two years of being taunted by Chael Sonnen, Anderson Silva finally lost his cool and promised to deliver a beating that would “change the image of the sport.” But is it real animosity?
We look at the risks involved in cutting weight, the state of MMA's deep middleweight division, and Nate Marquardt joins us to discuss his return to the cage.
We look at what injuries mean to the fighters and trainers, with help from our guest, Frank Shamrock. Frank also discusses his career and we preview Silva vs. Sonnen II.
Injuries are part of the game for any mixed martial arts fighter. Hear from some top fighters and trainers on what the risks and rewards are for playing hurt.
We won't say what MMA legend Frank Shamrock thinks of Dana White, we'll just say that it rhymes with "Moose Tag", and that he thinks it's keeping him out of the UFC Hall of Fame.
With the rash of debilitating injuries plaguing the sport of MMA, we take a look at the problem from the perspective of the fighters it affects most. MMA Uncensored Live, Thursday at 11/10c on Spike.
Both Paul Daley and Brett Rogers have had issues that have stunted their careers. Can they rebuild their reputations under the Bellator banner?
Paul Daley talks about his new home at Bellator, and after we look what Greg Jackson and Mike Winkeljohn have set up, Firas Zahabi tells us what makes a camp great.
Recently Nate and Mike thought it'd be fun to bring Craig into the gym and show him a few things. They were joined by inspirational lightweight Nick Newell and our cameras.
As Clay Guida prepares for Gray Maynard, get inside Jackson-Winkeljohn MMA, one of the most prestigious camps in the short history of the sport.