The MMA Daily Recap: 05/25/10

Dan Miller finds himself at a crossroads as he prepares to face Michael Bisping on Saturday night. While fighting in the co-main event is always nice, it will only add to the pressure Miller is feeling as he stares at a possible third consecutive loss. Check out what he had to say to Heavy’s own Andrew Gladstone.

Continuing with our series of UFC 114 interviews, Jon Lane had an opportunity to speak with the rejuvenated Melvin Guillard. The often maligned lightweight has turned to Greg Jackson to help him get the most out of his prodigious talent.

Didn’t get a chance to see part two of UFC Primetime: Rampage vs. Evans? Here’s your chance to watch the combatants prepare for their upcoming light heavyweight showdown.

Spike TV will be televising two of UFC 116’s preliminary bouts.

Strikeforce presented another Challenger series card on Showtime this past Saturday night. The ratings are in and they are somewhat surprising.

We got the big announcement Dana White promised the world. It may not be what everyone was expecting, but it falls right in line with the UFC’s global expansion initiative. White and the Fertitta brothers made a big investment today, one that will surely pay off big time.

Other MMA news

Everyone’s favorite street fighter is back in the news. Kimbo’s manager says the new free agent has plenty of career options.

Many people were left scratching their heads when the UFC announced the signing of boxer James Toney. Dana White signed the former boxing champ, but doesn’t feel like he has a chance to beat Randy Couture.

Georges St. Pierre is in Los Angeles this week working with famed boxing trainer Freddie Roach.

Just a few short years ago Ricardo Arona was considered one of the best light heavyweight fighters in this world. Having fought only two times in the past three years, Arona is traveling to Las Vegas this weekend to try and convince White that he still has something left.