“I feel like I’ve grown so much as a fighter since re-signing with the MFC and moving to Edmonton,” said Ryan Jimmo. “The sky is the limit for how much my skills can increase and I get excited just thinking about it.” While writing about fighters and their confidence moving forward in their careers has long been a cliché in mixed martial arts journalism. The fact of the matter remains, Ryan Jimmo is—and always has been—more than confident that his future is very bright.
Due to a shoulder injury suffered in training, Emanuel Newton is out of his rematch against Ryan "The Big Deal" Jimmo for the MFC light-heavyweight title in a bout scheduled for MFC 29: Conquer. But Jimmo (14-1) will still have the ... Read Post
(Jimmo's trademark death stare, which Techno Viking ripped off and he is subsequently being sued for stealing.) Arguably Canada’s top light-heavyweight fighter, Ryan “The Big Deal” Jimmo raised eyebrows when he turned down an MFC ti... Read Post