Mr. Superfight Georges St. Pierre

In two weeks from now, UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre will look to defend his title for the sixth time, squaring off against Jake Shields at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario. The fight will headline the stacked UFC 129, which will also feature names such as Randy Couture, Lyoto Machida, Jose Aldo and Ben Henderson on the main card of the night. Many fans and MMA experts see in St. Pierre’s fight against Jake Shields only a hurdle before “the real thing”, UFC Middleweight encounter against

BlogKick: Why Team Jackson is the best team in MMA

With rapid evolution in the sport of mixed martial arts fighters have to search for every advantage that is available to them. Whether it be shedding those extra 15 pounds, changing their diets, or traveling to a new camp, fighters are willing to do just about anything to gain the competitive edge. But the most important thing in a fighters preparation is where he trains, And now a days there is no better place to train then Jackson’s Submission fighting.
It all started in 1992 when Greg

Five reasons why Jake Shields will beat Georges St. Pierre (or not)

5 Reasons why Jake Shields will beat Georges St. Pierre (or not) UFC Welterweight Champion Georges “Rush” St. Pierre will be one step away from cleaning up the 170-pound division, this time facing the former Strikeforce Middleweight Champion Jake Shields. The fight is expected to headline UFC’s Toronto event, which will take place at the famous Rogers Centre in the city. Just like before Cain Velasquez’s UFC 121 bout against Brock Lesnar, we’ll try to find 5 reasons why Jake Shields is the man to beat