From Ismeal Batres: How do you think Dana White will take the news if Ronda Rousey actually sticks around for two years more??
I’m positive that right now he’s thinking she’s only saying that as of now, but she’ll stick around when she starts making that Anderson Silva money.
Thing Is, I actually believe her.
With all this movie stuff coming in and all the magazine covers she’s doing; I can see why she doesn’t want to get punched the face for several years to come. So my question is, how do you think Dana White will take the news and do you see the women’s division being as popular or if it’ll even stay?
From Jeremy Murphy: I was on the UFC’s website today, and noticed that Sean Sherk is still listed as a U.F.C lightweight even though he hasn’t fought since September of 2010 (Three Years ago).
Also, at 36-4-1 Sherk has a better Record that both Fedor Emelianenko and Anderson Silva (weird).
Will he actually return to the UFC after three years away from the sport? How will he do?
From Mark German: Hey guys, I was hoping you could answer a question regarding the division between MMA news and events in the personal lives of fighters.
I recently received some disturbing information that alleges some misconduct in the life of a UFC fighter.
My initial thought was, “Well, I have to tell someone in the media because this is morally wrong and people should know this fighter’s true character!”
But the news is only loosely related to MMA in general (i.e. more TMZ material than anything else).
My question then is where do journalists such as yourselves draw the line between covering the people in and around the cage and the events that happen away from it? Should fans even act as whistleblowers or just mind their own business?
What do you think about his point of view?
From Danny Downes: My name is Danny Boy Downes. You may remember me from my triumph against Chinese expansion at WEC 53 and my upcoming book, “Mixed Martial Misogyny: The Ben Fowlkes Story.”
With regards to your discussion about welterweight champion Ben Askren, I must take umbrage with the “alleged” Ben FOWLkes.
It is not surprising to be disappointed with MMA journalism normally, but Fowlkes has taken it to another level.
You wrote off Askren’s ability to compete in the UFC without much consideration and no evidence.
Please explain why an Olympic wrestler in one of the best training camps in the country could not hold his own against the other 170 lb fighters in the UFC. Is the reason for your severely off-base assessment simple ignorance, or do USA Today writers follow the same fact checking procedures as FOX News? AYFKM
From Joakim Kalantari: You’re all quick to ridicule Tito for grasping at straws to stay in the game, but, who would fight for “the freedom of mixed martial arts,” if he was to call it quits?! I’ll tell me how you’ve feel right then!