As part of Aikido Journal’s ongoing work, we’ve been making our archives available to key researchers and experts in the field of Japanese Budo. We’re honored to have been able to provide Guillaume Erard with source material for a research project that analyzes the Eimiroku (student records) of Sokaku Takeda and we are now ready […]
In preparation for tournament Reed has declared, as he put it "selfishly" that we are going to work on sparring drills for the evening so he can get squared away for this weekend. After work on drills for the last month I kind of felt motivated about getting back in the ring, as it were. Show More Summary
Derrick Lewis may be vacationing in Jamaica, but he still found time to reply to Francis Ngannou’s challenge.
Max Holloway explained why he won’t allow himself to be bullied by fellow UFC champion Conor McGregor.
Kickboxer Denise Kielholtz is getting a hang of this MMA and jiu-jitsu stuff.
Charles Byrd had a big win in his UFC debut, but said he’s not the callout type. He’s an old-school martial artist.
Now back in the winning column, UFC welterweight Danny Roberts made a strong case for why he should get a spot in front of his fellow Liverpudlians.
Kajan Johnson told booing fans they should be ashamed. Was he taking a stand for fighters, or misunderstanding why a person buys a ticket?
Tom Duquesnoy hasn’t had it easy in his past couple fights, but he doesn’t seem to be sulking too much on the lack of finishes: “The level is high in the UFC.”
Paul Craig acknowledges he could still be cut from the UFC despite a comeback submission win for the ages in London.
A rubber match with Jimi Manuwa sounds nice, but it’s not Jan Blachowicz’s first preference.
Francis Ngannou appears to be ready to make his octagon return, and he’s looking to book the long-awaited grudge match with Derrick Lewis.
?See who Alexander Volkov should fight next after his victory over Fabricio Werdum at UFC Fight Night 127.
Fabricio Werdum is naturally disappointed with his knockout loss to Alexander Volkov in Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 127 headliner.
Check out all the facts, figures and footnotes from UFC Fight Night 127, which took place Saturday in London.
Jose Aldo wanted Rio de Janeiro. Jeremy Stephens wanted Chicago. But the UFC featherweights seem to be headed toward Singapore in June.
Kajan Johnson’s in-cage response to fans who booed his UFC-London victory over Stevie Ray was just the tip of the iceberg.
Danny Henry hopes his upset of highly touted UFC newcomer Hakeem Dawodu will spell the end of his time as an underappreciated fighter.
The stick-to-sports crowd fails to recognize or willfully overlooks the fact that no sport, including MMA, exists in a vacuum of purity, writes Eric Stinton.
After his impressive UFC-London win, heavyweight Alexander Volkov will have a close eye on the winner of Stipe Miocic vs. Daniel Cormier.