Friday, December 28, 2007

Chuck Liddell takes on Wanderlei Silva

Chuck Liddell gets ready to take on Silva in addition to his battle with the UFC over compensation. With his "poster boy" status and all of the other responsibilities can he focus enough on Silva who is trying to take his place as the face of the MMA universe? Who do you like and why?

Also the final "YARENNOKA!" LINEUP on NYE has been announced and it looks like this:

1. Roman Zentsov vs. Mike Russow
2. Tatsuya Kawajiri vs. Luiz Azeredo
3. Murilo Bustamante vs. Makoto Takimoto
4. Gilbert Melendez vs. Mitsuhiro Ishida
5. Kazuo Misaki vs. Yoshihiro Akiyama
6. Hayato Sakurai vs. Hidehiko Hasegawa
7. Shinya Aoki vs. Jung Bu-Kyung
8. Fedor Emelianenko vs. Choi Hong-Man
what is the best fight on the card? Is it worth paying for?

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Sean Sherk's suspension reduced to six months/smacchat top 10

The Sean Sherk-California State Athletic Commission saga ended Tuesday when the Commission reduced Sherk's suspension from twelve months to six while upholding his $2,500 fine for testing positive for Nandrolone following his win over Hermes Franca in July.
UFC lightweight champion Sherk will face the winner of the UFC 80 interim title bout between BJ Penn and Joe Stevenson at a later date to determine the undisputed UFC champion.

If you like speed, skill, and discipline then the feathers are the division for you. Don't get us wrong there's much to be said for one-punch power, but we get that with boxing, there's something to be said when kicks come at you as fast/faster than a left jab! Here's the Smacchat top-10. Let us know what you think on the blog or in the chat room.

1. Akitoshi Tamura
2. Takeshi Inoue

3. Masakazu Imanari
4. Urijah Faber
5. Antonio Carvalho
6 Jeff Curran
7. Yoshiro Maeda
8. Tenkei Fujimiya
9. Jong Man Kim
10. Hatsu Hioki

Friday, November 23, 2007

Matt Serra pulls out of UFC 79 with injury

News...The UFC announced today that welterweight champion Matt Serra has been forced to pull out of his long-planned title defense against Matt Hughes at UFC 79 due to a herniated disc in his lower back suffered during a training session on Monday.

Although the Heavyweights possess the knockout power, some of the best fights (and pound-per-pound fighters) are at the lower weight classes, so we wanted to give some dap to some of the other divisions as well. With that said here is the Smacchat top-10 for Light Heavys

1. Quinton "Rampage" Jackson
2. Dan Henderson
3. Wanderlei Silva
4. Forrest Griffin
5. Mauricio "Shogun" Rua
6. Keith Jardine
7. Chuck Liddell
8. Rameau Thierry Sokoudjou
9. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira
10. Tito Ortiz

Thursday, November 8, 2007

The Smacchat top-10 Heavyweights

The Smacchat Top-10 Heavyweights

1. Fedor Emelianenko
2. Randy Couture
3. Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira
4. Gabriel Gonzaga
5. Tim Sylvia
6. Cheick Kongo
7. Josh Barnett
8. Mirko "Cro Cop"
9. Andrei Arlovski
10. Fabricio Werdum

How does your top-10 look? Let us know at mixed martial arts chatroom.

Monday, November 5, 2007

Best Heavyweight...

So, who's the best heavyweight fighter in MMA today. Arguably one could say Randy Couture, but they would be wrong. Randy is a great fighter no question, but the opponents he has beaten lately all have weaknesses in areas he could take advantage of. The best fighter out there right now doesn't have any of those weaknesses, Fedor Emelianenko. Right now the buck stops at Fedor when it comes to the best heavyweight in MMA. Just one mans opinion, who happens to be a Super Genius.

- Loren

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Jackson disposes of Henderson, then lets him know about it

Rampage inflated his “love him or hate him” image Saturday by runnin’ smac on Dan Henderson after disposing of him via unanimous decision. After defeating Henderson, Jackson said: "I knew he was tough, but I never knew he would beat up my fist with his face. Man, my fists hurt right now." Whatever, he’s the best right now can anyone take this guy out?

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