Top 10 Fighters currently not on Community Top 10 P4P Rankings

The rankings system here on LowKick comes pretty close to perfect, in my eyes. Pulled from around 500 votes, the rankings are the culmination of every single users own personal rankings list. When each list is added, a fighters is awarded points for how highly rated they are. So if enough people consider Jose Aldo the P4P king, then he will earn his spot at the top, because you voted him there.Of course, everybody will have a different opinion, and a different P4P list.

Comeback “Gracie Style”: Exclusive interview with Daniel Gracie

Fourth Degree Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Daniel Gracie will make his long-promised return to Mixed Martial Arts on November 9th in Tel Aviv, Israel. Fighting for the last time in November of 2006, Daniel Gracie holds a Mixed Martial Arts record of 4-2, finishing 3 of his fights via Submission. Daniel Gracie is a cousin of Renzo Gracie, Ralph Gracie and Ryan Gracie, currently teaching at Renzo Gracie BJJ Academy in Stamford, Connecticut.You can follow Daniel Gracie through his website

5 Fights you shouldn’t miss this October

Unlike the “dry” month of September, October promises a lot of excitement with some high quality Mixed Martial Arts fight cards. While the fights like Brock Lesnar vs Cain Velasquez are obviously getting all the spotlight, here’s a short list of fights that you shouldn’t miss this October.Enjoy!Josh Thomson vs JZ Cavalcante When: Strikeforce Diaz vs Noons II, October 9th at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, California HERO’s Champ Gesias Cavalcante will make his long-anticipated return to US, fighting the

The Truth behind Todd Duffee's release is finally revealed

After many weeks of speculation and rumors as to why UFC heavyweight prospect Todd Duffee was released, the truth finally comes out. Travis from MMAscrapsradio got the inside scoop from a solid source
“Original fight (before Russow) was McSweeny but Duffee turned it down for a “bigger named opponent” He fights and losses, but that isn’t that big of a deal (it ends up being the way UFC can release him, but whatever) He accepts fight with Madsen, but then pulls out after mentioning that he needed time to do

Fedor Emelianenko: Alistair Overeem keeps finding excuses not to fight me

One of the most legendary figures in the history of Mixed Martial Arts, and the current #3 P4P Fighter in the World according to Community Rankings, Fedor Emelianenko answered on fan questions via his website Here’s a translation of Fedor’s answers on questions regarding his next fight in Strikeforce, and the possible retirement after his current contract expires. “The Last Emperor” also personally relared the rumours about M-1’s renewed negotiations with the UFC (posted