Glover Teixeira has won three straight fights inside the Octagon while Te Huna has won four. Which one of these surging prospects will jump into the mix after UFC 160 over the Memorial Day Weekend?
Sarah Jessica Parker walked her son, James Wilkie, and twin daughters, Tabitha and Loretta, to their schools in NYC yesterday. Sarah Jessica wore black flats with cuffed denim capris and a fitted black leather coat over a striped tee. Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Eagles made a small splash on the first day of free agency on Tuesday by signing five players, including: tight end James Casey, safety Patrick Chung, defensive lineman Isaac Sopoaga, cornerback Bradley Fletcher and linebacker Jason Phillips.
James Te Huna is an absolute animal. He owns devastating power, an incredible ability to recover from damage and he employs a constant in-your-face attack. The guy’s a pressure cooker, and any man opposing him had best to be leery of sneaky power punches and a respectable physical and mental fortitude. Show More Summary
(This murderous ocean won't be hurting anyone anymore.) Australian publication The Age is passing along the news that TUF 8 winner Ryan Bader has been forced to withdraw from his upcoming UFC 160 bout with Brazilian phenom Glover Teixeira due to injury. Show More Summary
See ya later, Ryan Bader. Another injury has caused a shake-up for UFC 160's main card, as Australian newspaper The Age brings word that "Darth" has been forced to withdraw from his scheduled light heavyweight bout against Glover Teixeira. Taking...Show More Summary
An injury has forced former The Ultimate Fighter winner Ryan Bader out of his scheduled showdown against rising star Glover Teixeira at UFC 160, and in his place steps heavy-handed New Zealander James Te Huna. Te Huna accepts the fight with just over two months to go until the May 25 card going down at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Show More Summary
NFL prospect Manti Te’o has been having a rough time at the NFL Combine. The former Notre Dame linebacker has been repeatedly asked about his fake girlfriend, he failed to live up to expectations during his 40-yard sprint, and now he’s getting teased by a player from a different sport. LeBron James jumped on the [...]Show More Summary
LeBron says he ran the 40 last year and posted a faster time.
Everything has been going downhill for Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o ever since his lackluster performance against Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game. The Lennay Kekua scandal was unveiled by Deadspin.com, opening the floodgates to jokes at the NFL prospect's expense. Show More Summary
Baltimore Ravens UFAs — TE Billy Bajema (8), LB Ricky Brown (7), S Sean Considine (8), LB Dannell Ellerbe (4), QB Joe Flacco (5), S James Ihedigbo (6), CB Chris Johnson (8), DT Ma’ake Kemoeatu (10), DE Paul Kruger (4), DE Ryan McBean (4), OL Bryant McKinnie (11), S Ed Reed (11), CB Cary Williams [...]
UFC light heavyweight James Te Huna showed a huge amount of courage Saturday in coming back from the brink of defeat to beat Ryan Jimmo by unanimous decision at UFC on Fuel 7 at Wembley Arena, London. However, it is not his comeback victory that is being talked about, but his entrance. Show More Summary
James Te Huna isn't the only mixed martial artist getting down these days (check out his sweet UFC on Fuel 7 walk-out here). Not with the MMA Elite crew on board. In case you've never heard of the “Harlem Shake,” it's basically the new big thing on the Internet. Show More Summary
Admittedly, James Te Huna was a good punch away from having his lights completely shut off by Ryan Jimmo last night (Feb. 16, 2013) at UFC on FUEL TV 7, which took place at Wembley Arena in London, England. The granite-chinned, hard-punching...Show More Summary
Two of the most dangerous light heavyweights on the UFC roster clashed last night (Feb. 16, 2013) As Ryan Jimmo took on James Te Huna on the UFC on Fuel TV 7 main card in London, England. Early on, it appeared that Jimmo was about to...Show More Summary
Dana White isn't always big on flashy walk-outs, but the fans still love 'em. Whether it's Jason "Mayhem" Miller or Tom Lawlor, it's hard not to get a bit more excited by a big entrance. James Te Huna scored himself more than a few new fans by entering the Octagon with a well-rehearsed, well-scripted dance inspired by the Men in Black movie series. Show More Summary
This bout may have slipped under many radars. The importance, though, cannot be overstated. In the crazy shuffle surrounding the departure of Quinton “Rampage” Jackson, the rise of Glover Teixeira, the arrival of Gegard Mousasi and the...Show More Summary
Pretty insane comeback.
Fans of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) may not know Ryan Jimmo, even though he's actually competed inside the Octagon before. He scored a seven second knockout of Anthony Perosh in July of last year, an impressive performance...Show More Summary