I’m going to kick his butt – LowKick.com exclusive interview with Jorge Masvidal

Jorge Masvidal is a true veteran in the world of Mixed Martial Arts at only the age of 26. The Miami, Florida native was first seen fighting in the streets, even appearing in a video that saw him fight Kimbo Slice’s protégé at the time. In 2003 he has first professional MMA fight and even ventured into the world of pro boxing with one fight in 2005. In his eight year career, he has beaten the likes of Joe Lauzon, Keith Wisniewski, Yves Edwards, and former Sengoku Champion Satoru

Ben Askren: It’s all about going out there and beat somebody up (Exclusive Interview)

Bellator Welterweight Champion Ben "Funky" Askren will step inside the Bellator cage this Saturday, fighting MMA veteran Nick Thompson at the main event of the night. Askren won the Bellator Season Three Welterweight Tournament (def. Dan Hornbuckle) last year, then capturing the Bellator Welterweight title from the hands of Lyman Good at Bellator 33."Funky" is 7-0 in his Mixed Martial Arts career, and is considered as one of the most decorated Wrestlers in the sport today. Ben Askren is a two-time NCAA

LowKick Exclusive Interview With The Ultimate Fighter 19 Light-Heavyweight Dan ‘The Dragon’ Spohn

The Ultimate Fighter 19 will feature two legends of MMA, Bj Penn and Frankie Edgar, as opposing coaches in the lead up to their trilogy-making fight....

Maximo Blanco: My name is Maxi, and I’ll do my talking in the Octagon...

“The Max Murderer” Maximo Blanco is a star in the world of Japanese Mixed Martial Arts. The 27 year old Venezuelan first made his name in the world of Combat Sports as a freestyle wrestler. He won a bronze medal in the 60kg division at the 2007 Pan American games and earned a scholarship to wrestle at the college level in Japan. After failing to qualify for the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic games, he made the jump into Mixed Martial Arts by being recruited by Sengoku, and began training at the

LowKick MMA Exclusive With Urijah Faber: “The California Kid” Talks UFC 169, Team Alpha...

Check out LowKick MMA's exclusive interview with UFC bantamweight title challenger Urijah Faber!

Get to Know AKA – Exclusive Interview with Javier Mendez (Part 2)

For those that are not very familiar with the name, Javier Mendez is the founder, owner, and head trainer of the American Kickboxing Academy. Javier first made his name in the Martial Arts world as a two-time ISKA World Kickboxing Champion. After his illustrious career in Kickboxing was finished, he opened up AKA and became one of the top coaches in the sport of Mixed Martial Arts. Some of the greatest fighters to have ever lived have called the American Kickboxing Academy their home. Frank Shamrock,

Eliot Marshall is prepared to let the cards fall where they will at UFC...

Eliot "The Fire" Marshall is not the type of person to just sit back and hope for the best. Following his time on the eighth season of The Ultimate Fighter, he won his first three UFC match-ups before a single loss, against veteran Vladimir Matyushenko, resulted in his release. Determined to make his way back to the promotion, Marshall wasted little time, picking up two consecutive wins with smaller Colorado based organizations, and a third under the now infamous Nemesis...

George Sotiropoulos: I’m moving in the right direction (Exclusive Interview)

UFC Welterweight contender George Sotiropoulos made another bold statement last month, after defeating Joe Lauzon via a Kimura at UFC 123. Currently enjoying an impressive 7-0 streak in the UFC, 33 year old Greek-Australian will look to a secure a title shot, facing Dennis Siver at UFC 127 in February.Sotiropoulos's only defeats are against Shinya Aoki in 2006 via a Disqualification, and against Kyle Noke back in 2005 via a Split Decision. His MMA record currently stands at 14 victories and 2 losses.

Nate Marquardt: There shouldn’t be any problems on June 26th (Exclusive Interview)

Fans of Mixed Martial Arts know the name Nate "The Great" Marquardt. If you’ve been watching the UFC from 2005 to present, you are very familiar with him, and he has been a staple with the promotion for a long time. But before he joined the Ultimate Fighting Championship and despite not holding UFC gold, Nate Marquardt is one of the most accomplished fighters to ever step into a ring or cage. Having fought the likes of Yves Edwards, Genki Sudo, Shonie Carter, Ricardo Almeida, he is the only fighter

Ovince St. Preux: I’m content with working my way up (Exclusive Interview)

Ovince St. Preaux may have started his Mixed Martial Arts career only three years ago, but he is very quickly becoming a very well-known name amongst hardcore fans. The proud Haitian-American was a stand out in high school wrestling, played football for the University of Tennessee, and graduated with a degree in Sociology. Along the way, the man known as “OSP” has beaten the likes of Jason Day, Antwain Britt, Benji Radach, and Abongo Humphrey. This Friday on Showtime at the Strikeforce