Sunday Link Dump

Take a look at some of the best of the web from friends of Heavy MMA.

Ken Shamrock Talks Pedro Rizzo, Frank’s Retirement, Steroids in MMA — Ken Shamrock sat down with to discuss his determination and pride when entering into a fight. Oh, and he talks about everything steroids, including Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem. (

Of course there isn’t a MMA Hall of Fame — Why isn’t there a Hall of Fame for mixed martial arts as a whole?! Quite simply, it’s all about the benjamins. (WKR)

Thiago Alves: I’ll beat Jon Fitch up and knock him out — Thiago Alves feels that since losing to Jon Fitch at “UFC Fight Night 5” he has improved more than his fellow welterweight, and their second meeting isn’t going to end with another upkick to the grill. If anyone’s doing the knocking out, Alves says it is going to be him. (Five Ounces of Pain)

Meeting Tito Ortiz – an experience by a soldier wounded in Iraq — A wounded Iraqi soldier had the opportunity to meet Tito Ortiz and calls the experience one of the best of his life. (

DREAM And Their New Business Partner Have Declared War On The Entire World — Thank you, for shedding some light on the situation. Apparently, DREAM and their new business partner are looking towards global domination as you can see by the confusing chart in the article. But a much more fan-friendly, understandable chart has been provided by the guys at M-E. (

FIGHT! Rankings: Dream.15 and Impact FC 1 — The guys over at FIGHT! break down the events that went down on the other side of the world just recently and what the results mean for the fighters who participated. (FIGHT! Magazine)

‘How Are MMA Fighters Spending Their Summer Vacations?’ – Photoshop Contest Winners — Whether it’s “Rampage” Jackson howling through an exciting tube ride in the Gulf of Mexico, Wanderlei Silva embracing the thrill of a rollercoaster, or Fedor Emelianenko feeding a killer whale that seems rather clueless to who his caretaker is, this Photoshop contest yielded some epic pics. (Cage Potato)

Kris McCray’s Next Move — Kris McCray may have fallen short of the title of “The Ultimate Fighter” from this past season after being submitted by Court McGee at the finale, but the middleweight is already looking forward in his career in MMA. (

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