Chandella Powell is a popular UFC ring girl, and she is known to be a very sweet person.  We've featured here many times, and it's always fun to watch her do her thing at the UFC.  But the other day, a scandal broke out when it was revealed that Chandella had posed for very risque pictures.  Those pics are not re-printable on this site, but they are available on the Net.  They are much more graphic than Playboy pics, I can attest to that fact after carefully studying them for several hours.

None of that is a very big deal, of course.  We've seen the birthday suits of Arianny Celeste and Brittney Palmer and just about every other UFC ring girl.  However, the plot thickened considerably when Chandella was MIA at the UFC on Fuel weigh ins yesterday.  This has caused an exploding on the MMA forums, and the speculation is that she was fired from her position with the UFC.

If so, that's pretty silly, seeing how being nude kind of comes with that territory.  Still, Chandella has not made any tweets on her Twitter account since February 11, so it could be that she is done.

I'll have more on the momentous story as it develops.  In the meantime, enjoy these Chandella pics.


Brittney Palmer bares her soul, and a whole lot more, in her Playboy pictorial.  She's the Playboy cover girl, as you can see here.  Most of the pics from the shoot are too risque for this site, but they are available on the Net, so if you do some research you will be able to find them.  The truth, and the boobies, are out there!



Jon Jones went all Rousimar Palhares on Bob Kelly on the Opie and Anthony radio show, and didn't feel Kelly tapping frantically.  I say good for Bones, because a lot of these idiot fans say they want to experience a choke but then chicken out.  Bones should have held it as longer and then dropped Kelly like he did Machida.  Then Kelly would have a real story to tell!

Here's the video:


Joe Lauzon showed his all round MMA skills in his last fight, a very impressive win over Melvin Guillard back in October.  In that fight J-Lau hurt Guillard with a punch, then choked him out on the ground.  Next up for Joe is Anthony "Showtime" Pettis at UFC 144 in a couple of weeks.  This is another fine bit of matchmaking by Joe Silva, and it should be a great fight. Here is Joe Lauzon's video blog, part 1.  Enjoy.


(Anderson Silva shutting up Chael Sonnen in their first fight)

Nice little video showing a bunch of UFC fighters talking about the rematch between Chael Sonnen and Anderson, which will take place in Brazil.  A few of them actually fear for Chael's life after all of his shit-talking about Brazilians, but Rampage has a different take on that.  Good stuff, check it out.


It's fight week!  The final arrangements are being put in place as the American Mixed Martial Arts Fight League makes ready for this Friday night's big card.  Promoter Jim McCann is rapidly taking the AMMAFL to the top of Pennsylvania's MMA scene, and his shows are always spectacular.  I am proud to be the official in-cage voice of the Fight Night series, and I am very much looking forward to the action on Friday night. Click the poster above for ticket information, or check out the AMMAFL website.

See you at the fights!


Rolles Gracie took on Bob Sapp at One FC 2: Battle of Heroes on February 11.  The fight went down in classic Gracie style, with Rolles closing the distance, getting the take down and dominating the fight on the ground.  Here's the video of Gracie's impressive performance.



(Photos by Mark Ward)

Tom DeBlass is now 7-0 as a professional MMA fighter.  DeBlass is also now the Ring of Combat Light-Heavyweight and Heavyweight Champion.  Two titles in two weight classes at the same time.  Only one other fighter in ROC history has accomplished that feat.  What else does DeBlass have to do to prove that he belongs in the big leagues?  The most recent edition of the DeBlass highlight reel came Friday night at the Tropicana Resort and Casino in Atlantic City, NJ.

The stage was Louis Neglia’s Ring of Combat 39 and the opponent was veteran heavyweight journeyman, Randy “The Wolf” Smith.  Smith courageously accepted this fight on very short notice after having fought twenty-eight days earlier.  DeBlass was considerate in not taking up too much of Smith’s time that night.  It took DeBlass just forty-one seconds to get the fight to the mat and secure a tight heel hook to get the tapout victory and another world title.  Seems to be a no brainer where Tom should be heading from here. We will find out soon enough from DeBlass and his camp.

Jeff Lentz also went home with a world title after putting on a striking clinic against last minute replacement, Giovanni Moljo.  Moljo stepped in after Deividas Taurosevicius had to pull out of the fight due to injury.  The change did not seem to affect the TUF alum, as Lentz dismantled Moljo with blinding punch and kick combinations.  Moljo had no answer for anything Lentz brought and fought very frustrated, which did not help his cause.  Lentz dominated all three rounds and won by a landslide 30-25 score on all three of the judges scorecards.

Chris Weidman beat highly ranked Demian Maia on just 10 days notice to vault himself up the UFC rankings.  In this exclusive video interview, I asked Chris about the fight, and what he'd do against Anderson Silva, the UFC MW champion. Chris did not hesitate before saying that he'd "finish" the legendary Brazilian fighter.  He also talks about his new found Fox fame, and the brutal weight cut for Maia.

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