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

Five Reasons GSP is the Greatest Welterweight of All Time

In ten days time, Georges St. Pierre steps into the cage against opposing Ultimate Fighter coach Josh Koscheck, with his Welterweight strap the prize. The man LowKick users currently have ranked as the Number 1 Pound for Pound fighter in the world will look to extend his current win streak to 8 straight wins, a career record for “Rush”. Despite only being ages just 29. While already people mention GSP’s name among legends such as Chuck Liddell, Randy Couture or Royce Gracie, I’d like to go one step further

IFC: Genesis Pre-Fight Press Conference Pictures, Thoughts and Updates

IFC: Genesis participants gathered at the Nokia Arena in Tel Aviv Israel for a pre-fight session with the local media. Speaking about the media, nearly all mainstream Israeli channels were at the venue to cover the press conference. That’s something we rarely see, even in the UFC-explored countries like Germany and United Kingdom. The event will take place on November 9th, at the 11,700-capable Nokia Arena in Tel Aviv, Israel. You can watch the event LIVE on for only $9. Here’s a few

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