Antonio Big Nog Nogueira is ready for his fight this weekend at UFC 110 against Cain Velasquez.  A win here could put him in line for a title shot against Brock Lesnar. Check out the video interviews after the jump.


The Junkie reports that Bellator FC champion and top Dream lightweight Eddie Alvarez will be matched with feisty scrappy Josh Neer in a Bellator event that will take place sometime in May.  The bout is set for a catchweight of 160 pounds.

As the Bellator FC promotion gears up for another year of events featuring the tournament format, they plan to pit their current champions against worthy, name opponents both under and outside the Bellator banner.  After tearing through the organization's lightweight tournament last year with three consecutive submission victories, Alvarez was shipped back across the pond with the blessing of Bellator to fight soaring DEEP lightweight champion Katsunori Kikuno at DREAM 12, which was the Japanese stronghold's first trial application of a cage instead of a ring.

Jose Conseco is desperately seeking a fight with Herschal Walker and he's training with Nick Diaz to prepare should it happen. Here's Nick teaching Jose some tricks of the trade.



Lots of interesting questions about this fight:  Will Bisping make the same mistakes he made against Hendo?  Does Wanderlei Silva have enough left to put on the pressure and take Bisping out?  Will Bisping outbox and/or take Wand down?  We're going to find out in just a few days at UFC 110.  Here's a preview clip:


Kurt Pellegrino, who has a fight coming up on March 27th at UFC 111, shows Miguel Cotto how to wrestle in this brief YouTube clip.  Hopefully Cotto returned the favor with some boxing tips.



Lots of talent right here, folks:



We are big fan's of Lou Neglia and his Ring of Combat promotion down in AC.  He's put together another great card, which I will be talking more about tomorrow.  For today, I prefer to post Jim Genia's take on a late match added to the card that is going to be nothing short of a nuclear explosion.  Two of the top strikers in the region will be going at it when Uriah Hall meets Costa Philippou on Friday night.

Here's Jim's take.

Usually, the first incarnation of a fight card is the best, containing therein match-ups of both the relevant and compelling variety.  And usually, for whatever reason, some (or most) of those match-ups fail to materialize, leaving behind less-than-stellar pairings that pale in comparison.  Friday’s ROC 28 just kicked that whole concept in the ass.

As readers of this site know, I'm a big fan of the Bombsquad.  Here's an awesome documentary about the team.  Check it out and check out their website at



Coming off an impressive win over Randy Couture, Antonio "Rodrigo" Nogueira is training hard for his upcoming fight against Cain Velasquez, which headlines UFC 110 this weekend. Big Nog looks great in this video and this fight is sure to be a great one.


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