In terms of boxing trilogies, Pacquiao-Bradley is unlikely to crack the ranks of Ali-Frazier, Gatti-Ward, or Bowe-Holyfield. But in today’s boxing landscape, with so few household names, Saturday’s rubbermatch will go a long way toward deciding Manny Pacquiao’s future in the ring.
Conor McGregor will fight Nate Diaz and Holly Holm will defend her Women’s Bantamweight Title against Miesha Tate at UFC 196 on March 5, 2016. McGregor is currently a (-500) money line favorite to defeat Diaz (+400) for UFC 196’s main event. Holm is currently a (-320) money line favorite to retain her Women’s Bantamweight title over Tate (+260) during the co-main event.
When the UFC 196 card was first released, we started with Fabricio Werdum vs. Cain Velasquez, then we shifted to Rafael Dos Anjos vs. Conor McGregor, and now here we are, a few days before fight night with a main event of Conor McGregor vs. Nate Diaz. Funny how that happens, huh! Regardless of how we got here, Saturday night’s card in Vegas should be electric. The UFC 196 odds below are all courtesy of Bovada, and the stats are courtesy of UFC.com.
On a Valentines Day Weekend that features headline College Basketball acts, e.g. Kansas Jayhawks at Oklahoma Sooners and the NBA All-Star Weekend event, the mixed martial arts stage has taken advantage of no football or regularly scheduled National Basketball Association contests and are headlining the Bellator 149 and a trilogy bout as Ken Shamrock meets Royce Gracie on Friday night, February 12th, 2016, in Houston, Texas.
Bellator 149 and their circus atmosphere attempt to take Houston, Texas by storm on Friday night at the Toyota Center. The Friday night event will tangle with the National Basketball Association and their tent-pole version of entertainment when the USA and Canadian celebrity teams take the Air Canada court in Toronto. You can view Bellator 149 live on Spike TV.
The UFC company kicks off the 2016 year with the first of its four mandated appearances on FOX Sports. Tonight’s card is long and intriguing but doesn’t offer a bout for a title belt. The main event does, however, present a potential No. 1 contender bout while the co-main event puts the winner not too distantly from the heavyweight title shot.
Boston, Massachusetts will play host on January 17th to a particularly tough-to-call Bantamweight championship bout, when T.J. Dillashaw defends his strap against former champion Dominick Cruz. This article looks at the factors that make the call so complex and hints at where advantages can be found.
UFC Fight Night 81 comes to us Sunday night via TD Garden in Boston with superb card that is highlighted by bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw defending his title against Dominick Cruz in the main event. The co-headliner, Roufusport stud Anthony Pettis, takes to the the ring to face two-time Bellator MMA champion Eddie Alvarez in the 155 pound class.