Nate Diaz defeated Jim Miller in his home state of New Jersey on national television tonight, and was hands down the best fight of the third edition of UFC on Fox. While yes, this match was the featured and most high-profile fight on the card, it lived up to its placement. Both fighters were bleeding from their faces from the end of the first round, and Diaz's nasty guillotine choke to end the second round was the photo every media outlet will be throwing up on their website within the next few minutes.
Last night, at UFC 128 "Shogun vs. Jones," Jim Miller made a statement in front of his home state of New Jersey, effectively making clear that he deserves a top ranking in the lightweight division. Prior to the bout, many viewed him... Read Post
In a potential fight of the night at UFC 135, Ultimate Fighter winner Nate Diaz takes on Japanese superstar Takanori Gomi in a three-round lightweight bout. The heavily anticipated matchup will open the pay-per-view, and it might ju... Read Post