The first bunch of the year, 2012 begins with The Devil Inside, Roadie and Beneath the Darkness.
The epic five-round war between Dan Henderson and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua at UFC 139 had many calling it the best fight in history. That is up for debate, but calling it the best scrap of 2011 isn’t any kind of a stretch.
A pair of bouts have been added to “UFC on FUEL TV 2″ in Sweden, including Cyrille Diabate vs. Jorgen Kruth and Simeon Thoresen vs. Besam Yousef.
UFC newcomer Max Holloway has stepped in for an injured Ricardo Lamas, who was in for an injured Erik Koch, to face Dustin Poirer at UFC 143 on Feb. 4 in Las Vegas.
Knight Blade is a rollerblading cop who shoots lasers out of his skates and rockets out of his crotch. Do your eyeballs a favor and watch this immediately.
A middleweight bout between Brian Stann and Alessio Sakara has been agreed to for the UFC’s debut in Sweden in April.
Unbeaten welterweight Tyron Woodley has been patient. But now he’s got a plan: Beat Jordan Mein on Saturday, then get some Strikeforce gold in the spring.
Gary Oldman sits down with Coco to discuss the intricate process of recording his part of Viktor Reznov in COD. In short, lots of shouting.
Stephen King and George Romero deliver an entertaining piece of self-congratulatory meta-horror featuring a terrific dual performance by Timothy Hutton.
Just days after being announced for a main-card bout against Mike Easton at UFC on FX in Nashville, Ken Stone is injured and Easton awaits a replacement.
A lightweight bout between Canadian Mark Bocek and “Handsome” Matt Wiman has been booked for the UFC’s return to Montreal at UFC 145 in March.
You have probably just gotten over reading the endless 2011 best of lists, so now that you’ve recovered, let’s look at 2012 and the albums we are most excited about hearing. Assuming the world doesn’t end it should be a great year for your headphones.
Jon Jones went an amazing 4-0 in 2011 – including three wins in light heavyweight title fights. The youngest-ever champ in the UFC had arguably the most impressive single year in MMA history and is our Fighter of the Year.
Jose Also puts his featherweight title on the line for the fifth time next week, and he’ll do it in his home country against unbeaten Chad Mendes. Check out highlights from their Wednesday call with the media.
The UFC made a rumored card for the Swedish capital of Stockholm official on Wednesday, announcing its first show in the country for April 14.