fighting

From MMA, wrestling, boxing, and more, fighting satisfies your hunger for a good KO.

  • Boxing Gloves
    Published 9 days ago
    How to Choose Boxing Gloves with Perfect Weight?

    How to Choose Boxing Gloves with Perfect Weight?

    Boxing gloves and those which have cushions stuffed inside it with an intention to make it soft and comfortable. Fighters use it during boxing matches and trials. It is used for the purpose of defence as well as attack.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published 13 days ago
    Movie Review: 'Cagefighter: Worlds Collide'

    Movie Review: 'Cagefighter: Worlds Collide'

    Cagefighter: Worlds Collide stars Alex ‘Mean’ Montagnani as Reiss Gibbons, the Light Heavyweight Champion of the World in Legends MMA, the film approximation of UFC. Gina Gershon co-stars as Max, the Dana White character, a promoter always on the lookout for the big money fight. Max appears to have found her next big money fight when she books a professional wrestler named Randy Stone (AEW star Jonathan ‘Moxley’ Good) to face Reiss.
  • Richie Moon
    Published 15 days ago
    One year of Wednesday Night Dynamite

    One year of Wednesday Night Dynamite

    One year ago today in Washington D.C., I was there live to see the debut for AEW’s Wednesday Night Dynamite. I’ve been a pro wrestling fan for over 20 years, (25 to be exact) and I’m 32 years young to give you some perspective. Wrestling has influenced me in so many areas of my life, I owe so much to it. My mother loved wrestling as well, her favorite wrestler was the Undertaker. Those are some of my most cherished memories of my life watching a WWF PPV on a spring Sunday evening spending time with my mommy.
  • Johann Hollar
    Published about a month ago
    Martial Arts and Philosophy

    Martial Arts and Philosophy

    Having done the Martial Arts since I was 16 was the best decision with my life. I dread the idea of what I could have been if I didn't. But that's not what's important here.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published 2 months ago
    Documentary Review: 'Nail in the Coffin: The Fall and Rise of Vampiro'

    Documentary Review: 'Nail in the Coffin: The Fall and Rise of Vampiro'

    If you were like me in the early 2000’s you probably wrote off the wrestler, Vampiro, as another failed experiment during the death throes of World Championship Wrestling’s final days. His was a face among many chucked into a stable of wrestlers, referred to as The New Blood, and because the group was about 30 wrestlers strong, not many stood out. Vampiro would have only one memorable moment during that time, a program with wrestling legend Sting that ended with a savage but ultimately failing match that took place in a graveyard.
  • Nick Aldis
    Published 2 months ago
    Remembering Harley Race

    Remembering Harley Race

    On August 1st 2019, the professional wrestling world lost a man who genuinely deserves the superlatives that are often thrown around with a cavalier attitude; legend, icon, pioneer. A man who embodied what it once meant to be a pro wrestler, and a pro wrestler who embodies what it once meant to be a man.
  • Sean Patrick
    Published 2 months ago
    Documentary Review: 'You Cannot Kill David Arquette' A Love Letter to Pro Wrestling

    Documentary Review: 'You Cannot Kill David Arquette' A Love Letter to Pro Wrestling

    David Arquette loves professional wrestling. For the actor best known for his work in the Scream horror franchise, wrestling is not some surreal art project or a mere cry for attention. Arquette legitimately loves and respects the artistry, athleticism, showmanship and bravery that is required of those who put on trunks and play out pre-determined athletic scenarios for crowds of people who hang on every move the way some hang on every note of a classical symphony.
  • Giorgi Mikhelidze
    Published 2 months ago
    Top 3 Biggest Upsets in Boxing History

    Top 3 Biggest Upsets in Boxing History

    Out of all the sports out there, Boxing is probably the one with the biggest upsets and surprise turns of events in history. As compared to the other sports, it has a relatively small world, and each and every emotion from the fights and their defining moments are more magnified for the fans. The wins feel sweeter, and the losses are that much more bitter. It’s because of this reason that some of the biggest upsets in the history of boxing are so heart-racing and exciting. They take the fans through the full spectrum of emotions and make them appreciate the sweet science all that much more.
  • Jody Stewart
    Published 2 months ago
    How I Teach My BJJ Class

    How I Teach My BJJ Class

    Martial arts has been a hobby for me, off and on, for over 30 years now. I've focused on styles, like Tae Kwon Do and Boxing, and I even have black belts in American Sombo and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
  • Joel Borthwick
    Published 2 months ago
    The Beginner’s Guide On Boxing Equipment And Boxing Gear!!!

    The Beginner’s Guide On Boxing Equipment And Boxing Gear!!!

    Boxing is an inexpensive sport to get involved which does not make any dent on your wallet. But when it comes to choosing the right boxing equipment, many people say that their equipment is the best. The best part about boxing sports is that when the budget is tight, there are numerous numbers of boxing equipment that are homemade. Apart from that, you can also get boxing equipment at a higher discount.
  • Fabio Baxter
    Published 2 months ago
    AMARE vs. ODIO

    AMARE vs. ODIO

    I watched from afar and I mean there were so many people I could not get as close as I wanted to. People had been talking about it for years and today was the day it was going to happen. The battle of the decade, the final war. Confused bystanders or should I say people who had been living under a rock kept asking the same question over and over. "Who is fighting? Why are they fighting? " One person would get their answer and a few moments later some dumb ass would be asking the same question. Anyway, the stage was set, people were settling in and things began to quiet down as the two fighters began to slowly walk towards each other. It was a battle between Amare and Odio. The two most powerful fighters in the world and no one else came close. Don’t even try and debate me on this because the magnitude of these two fighting could clearly explain how powerful they were compared to anyone else.
  • Jack thomson
    Published 2 months ago
    WWE: The Feuds That Defined The Legend Killer, Randy Orton

    WWE: The Feuds That Defined The Legend Killer, Randy Orton

    Randy Orton is one of the most talented WWE superstars. He won the title of the youngest World Heavyweight Champion in 2004 during the SummerSlam event of WWE. He is a legendary wrestler and has challenged many legends of World Wrestling Entertainment. He is known as the legend killer of WWE because he had defeated many legendary wrestlers just when he joined wrestling entertainment. To achieve success and to win the title of WWE Champion very quickly, he challenged most of the rising superstars of WWE.