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Photo by Andy Cotterill / MM-EH.ca Battlefield Fight League Lightweight Champion Xavier Nash talks to Andy Cotterill from www.MM-EH.ca about his fight this Friday night against former champ Achilles Estremadura at BFL 77 FOLLOW: @MMehAndy for more BFL 77 and UFC 289 content this week! #mmehcanada #mmehbritishcolumbia #xavierNash #anthonyromero #BFL #BFL77 #MMACanada
Photo courtesy of Fight League Atlantic By Andy Cotterill Gone are the days when a fighter of one discipline like boxing or wrestling would decide to try this new thing called mixed martial arts (MMA) to see how their skills matched up with those of another. Those types of fighters still exist of course, but…
London, Ontario based Nephrologist Doctor Faisal Rehman will have his first professional MMA fight at Prospect FC in London, Ontario on October 22nd
By Andy Cotterill At one point several years ago Calgary’s Jesse “Big Cat” Arnett looked like a shoe-in to make it to the world’s premiere mixed martial arts organization, the Ultimate Fighting Championship. He had flirted with the promotion a few times, but says that when the call finally came he was denied an exit…
Although Niagara Top Team’s Ashley “AK-47” Nichols has a handful of muay Thai world championships to her credit, on Friday night she’ll get the chance to claim her first ever belt in mixed martial arts when she takes on Brazil’s Jaqueline Amorim in the main event of LFA 142 in Prior Lake, Minnesota.
By Andy Cotterill It’s fight week, and all of the hard work is over for Adam ‘Maverick” Assenza. No more gruelling training sessions. No more challenging his body. Now it’s time to go into maintenance mode and make sure that both his body and his mind are ready to square off against a dangerous opponent…
There are a handful of reasons why Huntsville, Ontario’s Kyle “The Monster” Nelson (13-4 MMA, 3-1 UFC) feels really good about his matchup with Jai Herbert (11-4 MMA, 3-1 UFC) this Saturday night at UFC Fight Night: Blaydes vs. Aspinall in London, England.
“Everybody doubted me and everyone threw me under the bus and said I was finished and garbage and blah blah blah,” Zahabi said with fire in his voice, “and I proved to myself that the odds don’t matter, the betting odds don’t matter and that it’s just me versus my opponent in there. It’s not me versus the media, it’s not me versus the fans, it’s not me versus the lights, it’s not me versus the venue, it’s not me versus anything. It’s just me and that one guy, and I gotta go out there and just beat him. I don’t have to beat anything else.”
Niagara Top Team’s Aaron Jeffery makes his Bellator debut on Friday night.