Diaz vs. Penn is nearly upon us and it's only getting more epic - check out this highlight from today's pre-fight presser. You will also hear from fightireland favourite Matt Mitrione and from the Big Bald Boss himself Mr. Dana White.
Hot off the press - In a rematch from the BJJ Open 2010, Paddy "The Hooligan" Holohan will square off against Richie Edgeworth at Cage Contender XII. This is a dream fight which sees two of the young elite face edge other on the biggest stage in Irish MMA. Holohan who fights out fo Dublin's SBG Gym will have a tough challenge on his with Edgeworth from Team Ryano who has been on a impressive tear of his own recently.
Other fights on the card include:
Cathal “The Punisher” Pendred (SBGi) v Chris “The Westside Strangler” Brennan (Next Generation)
CAGE CONTENDER LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE
Marius Lapenas (MMA Lucan) v John Michael Shiel (SBGi)
Brian “The Pikeman” Moore (SBGi) v Connor “Done Deal” Dillon (BTT)
Further details here
It seems like the fighting gods intended for Nick Diaz to be in the main event at UFC 137. After losing what appeared to be a premature title shot due to his aversion to press conferences - and people in general – his subsequent fight with BJ Penn was bumped to the top spot after a knee injury forced GSP to pull out of his showdown with Carlos Condit.
Based on the quality of the fighters involved and the likelihood of the winner being next in line behind Condit for a shot at the title, this bout deserves main event status. This one has war written all over it. Stylistically these guys are almost a mirror image; they both have good boxing, excellent BJJ, great chins and come to finish fights.
If BJ is going to win, he has to finish the fight early because history tells he will tire and his opponent has a gas tank that never runs dry. He can do this by closing the distance and negating Diaz’s reach advantage and jab, keep him up against the cage and soften him with dirty boxing to set up a takedown. Once on top, a barrage of ground and pound and submission attempts while he has the energy might catch Diaz cold in his first fight in the Octagon in five years.
I don’t think this will happen. Nick Diaz is coming into his prime of his career and is one of the most relentless, hungry fighters in the game. He overwhelms his opponents with his own brand of technical brawling and does not stop coming forward. If he can weather the early storm, he should ware BJ down with jabs and body shots and outscore him in the second half of the fight. My prediction: Diaz by unaminous decision.
Heavyweights Matt Mitrione and Cheick Kongo will go toe to toe in the co-main event. I cannot see this one going the distance, it’s got knockout of the night written all over it. Although Kongo is the vastly more experienced fighter, I think Meathead has this one. The Frenchman has serious power but his movement is robotic, and he’s not difficult to telegraph. Mitrione’s footwork and superior athletic ability will be too much for him to handle.
In addition, the ex-TUF contestant has one punch KO power, great leg kicks and is constantly improving his wrestling. Mitrione might take Kongo down and beat him up from the guard, but more than likely he’ll put him to sleep on the feet. Meathead’s star is on the rise. My prediction: Mitrione by KO/TKO in Round 2.
I’m not particularly excited about the next fight; Mirko Cro Cop’s best years are behind him and he should retire in the knowledge that he is a legend in the sport, while Roy Nelson should go on a diet and drop to 205lbs. Nelson should win this; he’ll rush Cro Cop and use his bulk to keep him up against the cage and avoid his kicks. From there he’ll take the Croatian down put him in a Crucifix and pound him out or submit him. My prediction; Nelson by TKO/Submission in Round 3
Keep an eye out for a kickboxing extravaganza between Donald Cerrone and Denis Siver.
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Pretty decent video from Inside MMA as they interview Nick Diaz long term coach and manager and one-time BJ Penn coach Cesar Gracie. He gives his take on the fight and the relationship between two of MMAs true elite.
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|Shiel and Co.|
The dust has settled on Man of War II, the promotion crowning three new champions after another excellent night of fights in packed O'Mahony Hall in The Helix. FightIreland were out in force and we were seriously impressed with this event - the venue, cage, lighting and sound were second to none and one of the best we've been to this year - thankfully the fights did not disappoint either. In the evening's Main Event John Michael Shiel from Dublin's Straight Blast Gym defeated MMA Lucan's Henry "Herculez" Fadibe when referee Dave Jones stepped in after 2 minutes 53 seconds of round two.
The opening round was a competitive affair with Shiel looking to establish cage control chasing down Fadibe. Herculez did have some luck with some accurate counters and landed at least three counter jabs on the relentless Shiel. Two solid leg kicks from Shiel backed up Fadibe and from there the SBG the man shot for the takedown resulting in a hand fight for a minute pressed against the cage. Once seperated Shiel again shot and was succesful landing in side control and trapping an arm - Shiel showed some highly effective ground and pound from this position which was a pre-cursor to the eventual end. The round ended with Shiel on top but both fighters were up and fresh returning to their corners for break.
The second round began with at least one side of the venue on their feet - Shiel again landed with a double leg kick and this slowed Fadibe down. Shiel shot in, landing in his opponents guard. From within guard he began a composed ground and pound onslaught. He was patient mixing up hammer fists with the old body-body-head before taking a slick mount - from mount Fadibe was in trouble and despite a valiant attempt to recover guard took 10 or more unanswered punches and left Dave Jones no choice but to step in. Shiel walked away with the belt, the purse and the bragging rights - but both men should be proud of their performances.
In a fight that produced the highlight of the night - Team Ryano standout Richie "Ricky" Edgeworth took on the popular/epically named Barry McGuigan from the Antrim MMA Club. McGuigan bounced out to the cage and the lad looked like he was hewn from solid oak such is the muscle the bantamweight carries around and immediately went after Edgeworth. The pair began swinging with lethal intent with Edgeworth eventualy closing the distance and landing a nice takedown from a wizzer on his right arm. McGuigan showed his strength and with great vocal support behind him bounced back up. Edgeworth backed up and landing a fantastic spinning back elbow square on McGuigan's temple. The Antrim man dropped and Edgeworth finished from side control with hammer fists leaving the crowd on their feet. McGuigan was soon up to his feet applauding Edgeworth's shot in a show of class.
At middleweight Duncan Deacon of The Next Generation club took on The Boxing Clinic's Staz. The two men looked huge in the cage and were landing some heavy shots from the off. Staz was landing the heavier shots and backed Deacon up a couple of times in the first round. Deacon landed a heavy takedown and immediately took mount - he began to posture up when Staz swept him and landed some heavy shots. The round ended with Duncan cut on the top of the head but Dave Jones deemed it not dangerous. The second round began a lot like the first with Staz landing some heavy shots on Deacon. He backed Deacon up with a massive left hook and seized his opportunities landing heavy accurate shots from all angles. He landed lead rights, left body hooks and left straights giving a game Deacon no time to recover - eventually after a serious of hooks Deacon dropped and Dave Jones called a halt to the action after 1 minute 11 seconds of round two.
|McGuigan vs. Edgeworth|
|The power of Staz.|
|O'Hanlon and Brennan trade shots!|
In the evenings second title fight Legend's own Oisin Coburn took on Sean Paul Power from Team Ryano for the Featherweight Teen C Class Title in an eagerly aniticipated affair. The two looked very composed in the cage with both looking to establish their presence on the fight. Coburn landed an early takedown and began to look for a pass - the pair traded mount positions and were stood up. Following another scramble Power got hold of an arm and showed perfect technique slapping on a fight ending armbar which shocked and thrilled the crowd in equal amounts - very impressive victory it must be said.
The judges were busy in the previous three featherweight fights awarding a unanamous decision to Primal's Ian Cleary over John Byrne and Kokoro's Stephen O'HanlonMMA Lucan and they drove their man right to the end a great fight - both fighters landed solid kicks and punches and I wouldn't mind seeing it again. One fight that should happen again is the Dean Knight (Legends) versus Dermot Byrne (Rush Fight Academy) - the pair put on a great show - just looking at my notes here all I'm reading "round one ground and pound, reversal, reversal, triangles, sweeps, triangle, omaplata WOAH f*ck what is that"
Round two was a slightly more organised affair with Dermot landing a takedown and landing some heavy shots before stood up - from there Dean took control and finished the round attempting a decent looking arm triangle. Round three was an all out war with both fighters trying to do enough to make the fight theirs. We cant argue with the majority draw result but we do want to see it again please Man of War III!
Pretty cool news from Cage Contender this morning as they announced they will be hosting The Cage Contender Awards Night in February 2012. Ireland's number one promotion is giving a little something back. It's fair to say the Irish MMA scene has never been healthier - last week we had Celtic Gladiator and today alone we have Man of War II and Grapplepalooza an event which sees Ireland's elite grapplers compete for a big ass check and the title of "the best".
See below for the full release from Cage Contender. All we hope is that we get an invite :-p
THE CAGE CONTENDER AWARDS 2012
Ladies and Gentlemen, I would like to announce that on 14th Jan 2012 we will be holding the CAGE CONTENDER AWARDS!
The event will consist of Dinner & Awards Ceremony followed by a live band. And it's all FREE! Every fighter who fought on CC in 2011 will be receiving a ticket plus a guest ticket, on top of that every club that had fighters on CC will receive 3 tickets too.
The nominations in each catagorey will be announced in due course and the winners will be chosen by the Cage Contender panel. The panel is John Ferguson, Dave Jones, Peter Lavery, Barry Oglesby, Stuart McQuitty and Bret "Hollywood" Freeman. There will be one public vote award and a fighters fighter of the year which will be done by ballot on the night.
This is a small way for us to say thank you for your continued support and get everyone together from a nights craic without the usual pressure of an event
Further details will follow this week!!
You gotta love facebook - Chris commenting on Cathal's photo before they face each other - this is going to be epic! More details here
By know you will have heard about Dewey Bozella - the man unjustly imprisoned for 26 years for a murder that he did not commit. Bozella was released in 2009 and at the age of 52 made his pro-boxing debut - decisioning Larry Hopkins. In this amazing piece by ESPN narrated by Matthew McConaughey we learn how Dewey picked up gloves for the first time within Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining New York. No hype no bullshit - this is a remakrable piece and you should watch it. Then lace up!
Found this video on my phone about five minutes ago and it's pretty epic. If you missed last weekend's Celtic Gladiator and you like motorcycles - this video is for you!
Fighting in your back yard is a pretty bad idea unless your from Miami and you have a "crew" - for some reason however youtube is literally littered (rhymin and aint a crime) with rednecks beating the bejaysus out of each other. Here is my favourite - partially because it's quick (the internet has ruined my attention span) and secondly because it is beauuuutiful!
We've been really blessed with a great run of shows in the country the last couple of months and this Saturday in The Helix Theatre DCU one the newest promotions Man of War comes to town with their second show. Anybody who attended their first show will attest that the standard of fights and production is second to none and they have made it all the sweeter this time round as there is a title on the line. In front of what promises to be a packed O'Mahony Hall John Michael Shiel takes on Henry "Hercules" Fadibe for the Man of War Middleweight Title. Shiel who hold a 4-0 record and fights out of Dublin's SBG camp will has answered the call of "The Herculeez" who on the Irish forum boards.ie asked to fight any Irish middleweight for the belt - a brave move from Fadibe who fights out of the excellent MMA Lucan camp. Both fighters are very well rounded and by looks of their pre-fight camps will be coming into the bout in excellent shape. This definitely one you do not want to miss folks.
|Shiel lands a flying Knee in training - props MMA Kaptured.|
Elsewhere on the card - Team Ryano standout Ritchie Edgeworth hopes to build on his excellent performance last time at Cage Contender X when he takes on the man with famous name Barry McGuigan from Antrim MMA. There are some other exciting match-ups on the card for anybody familiar with the local scene as middleweights Staz takes on Duncan Deacon, in welterweight action Chris Flogdell faces Patrick Stokes (Midlands MMA) and Jason Hurley (Next Gen) takes on Sam Keating (MMA Lucan).Finally Lightweight action Alan Corcoran (Kokoro) squares of against Graham McCormack (The Boxing Clinic) and Rob Byrne (Kokoro) fights Dean Mitchell (Rush Fight Academy).
|Fadibe shows off and impressive high kick - MMA Kaptured|
Full Fight Card Below!
|Pendred Hungry for the big time!|
Big News: Cage Contender have just announced that this coming February - Cathal "The Punisher" Pendrad will defend his Welterweight title against Chris "The Westside" Strangler Brennan! Brennan (19-13-1) is coming of back to back loses but holds notable wins over Shannon Ritch, Antonio McKee, Joe Stevenson and has been inside the cage with Gomi and Miletech to name a few. A respected grappler Brennan is one of the biggest names to ever come to our shores but will have a tough opponent waiting for him! Cathal Pendrad is one of the countries stand out fighters - the massive Welterweight dubbed "The Punisher" (9-2-1) is unbeaten in four. This is a serious coup for Cage Contender and puts Irish MMA on the map once again.
For more information visit www.cagecontender.net
They say three's a charm and that was certainly the case in Citywest Hotel on Saturday night as Celtic Gladiator delivered once again with their third show this year. One of Ireland's brightest promotions can walk away from 2011 very proud with their work as they put on 12 highly entertaining fights, if you were not there - you missed the girls, the Harleys, The band (THE BAND!) and in all seriousness a night when some of Ireland's younger MMA stars took some big leaps forward. The night was billed as Celtic Gladiator III Battle for Europe and and featured the two semi-finals of their four man Lightweight Tournament - I have to say the partizan nature of the crowd really made the night enjoyable I left the arena with "POLSKA POLSKA POLSKA" ringing in my ears, in fact for the craic I even said to two lads on the way out - they told me they were Lithuanian.... and then joined in - kind of sums the night up really!
Anyway back to business, the four man tournament featured; Ireland's Brian "The Pikeman" Moore vs. Adrian Zielinski and in the other bracket Viktor Tamosevic vs. Aleksejs Povulans. In what was the evenings main event Brian "The Pikeman" Moore took on Adrian Zielinski of Poland, Moore (2-0) was first out to the cage and waived the offer of a lift on the back of the aforementioned Harley and instead walked slowly and competently out of the cage flanked by head coach John Kavanagh and Arni Isaakson - it was a clear signed that the young man meant business. Zielinski followed next to a rapturous reception from the mostly Polish crowd - as if the Harley was not enough we then had a performance from some Polish rap artist which to be fair was pretty good but the crowd eagerly wanted the fight to start. When the two did square off it was a back and forth battle with both fighters landing early with jabs and lead hooks. Moore secured an early takedown a quick side control but his attempts to mount saw him unbalanced and allowed his opponent to stand up Zielenski then landed a beautiful slam - landing his Irish opponent on his back where he finished the round. The back and forth nature of the round showed on Moore's face but he came out fighting in the second. He was more composed than the first round, landing jab after jab and frustrating his opponent - he secured several takedowns and thanks to some excellent cornering stayed on top to easily take the round. Buoyed by this success Moore displayed experienced way beyond his years and record to outclass Zilienski in the third. The Polish fighter was very game and tried everything to put it on Moore, but "The Pikeman" stayed behind his jab and sprawl for the first three minutes of the round and secured a takedown to seal the final two. A really excellent performance from the SBG fighter who will travel to Liverpool November 12th to face Mike Wilkonson.
Tamosevic vs. Povulans preceded this fight and the crowd were treated to a spectical when the lights were dimmed and both fighters arrived out to the cage on the back of Harley Davidsons when the action began the fight did not disappoint - it began with a bang as both fighters came out swinging - eventually Viktor Tamosevic secured the takedown took an early mount and secured a lightning fast armbar - It was quick, it was deadly. I would have liked to see it go on a little longer but the armbar was tight and Povulans had no option but to tap. Dave Jones called a halt to the action after simply 44 seconds.
|Ging gets locked down|
Elsewhere on the card Tuatha de Danann standout John Ging squared off against Meteusz Teodorzcuk (Silesian Cage Club) - Ging is a popular figure on the Irish MMA scene and this fight was one of the highlights off the card. Unfortunately for the Irish fans - Ging was caught in a tight triangle and was tapped 3:11 of round one. In what was an entertaining back and forth battle Leszek "BULLY" Dabrowski (Sapo Team) took on Ibrahim Bendelhad - neither fighter deserved to lose this one but it was the man from Sapo Team who left with his hand raised. To quote one poster on boards.ie however - "the real loser in this match was the ring... I really didn't think it would hold up if one of them got slammed!"
|Why "Sou" Serious?|
We witnessed a split decision when Hugh Harris (Spirit MMA) took on Patrick Conroy from Tuatha de Danann. Conroy's hand was raised in what was a close affair - I would agree with the decision - he landed the more significant knees and produced a brilliant spinning back elbow but both fighters should walk away proud. If a split decision wasn't enough we also watched a majority draw when Wojciech Antczak (Husaria Fight Team took on Abou Sou (Spartan Team, France) pretty rare in fairness with the three judges scoring it 29-29, 29-29 & amp; 29-28 (in favour of Wojceich). Oddly enough I scored it for Sou, the guy beside me scored it for Antczak with the guy next to him scoring it a draw - so a fairly representative decision it has to be said.
With terrific hometown support Kieran Davern took on Lucas Citokas - Davern is always game and came out and instantly went for the takedown. Citokas stuffed this takedown but Davern again search for the takedownarmbar leaving Davern with no option but to tap.
Our prelim report will be up next and believe me the action was just as good there for now though I can say that was one of the most enjoyable events I have been at all year - roll on Man of War next weekend.
PS. We have some more awesomely awesome photos here PEACE!
PS. We have some more awesomely awesome photos here PEACE!
Warrior the latest MMA flick promised to be the most legit' movie to capture the spirit, dedication and heart of the MMA community and it's fighters. To the producers' credit they did bring on board "elite" MMA coach Greg Jackson, consulted various other MMA figures and featured Nate Marquardt and Anthony Johnson in it's cast. Hardy and Nolte do a nice job in their respective roles and the action is okay....borderline Holywood but no real complaints (albeit the power-bomb was a bit much). Anyway as good as Warrior was - I got the below clip mailed to me last night...and well I can only describe it as breath-taking. All behold The Worst Fight Scene in Movie History
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I love a good trilogy I do and they don't come any better than this one as one of Ireland's top promotions Celtic Gladiator aims to deliver with their third show of the year, the action takes place in the excellent Citywest Venue and you would be mad to miss it. Anybody who has been to the previous two shows will tell you that the production, show and action are second to none and this time with a four man tournament taking place we are in for another good one! Dubbed The Battle for Europe this 70KG tournament will see Viktor "Bandito" Tamosevic, Aleksejs Povulans, Adrian Zielinski and Ireland's very own Philip Mulpeter battle for the coveted prize of Europe's best. To get you pumped for this event here is a little teaser video of what you can expect this Saturday!
I couldn't make it along to Cage Contenders XI last weekend and I was pretty devastated. John Ferguson's promotion never disappoints and by all accounts it was another fantastic show. Any way come Saturday lunchtime it was all too much for me and I needed my fight fix. Two calls later and myself and the missus were on our way to the K1 Pain and Glory event at Citywest. I was really getting into the swing of things with some well matched pre-lims and when stand up legend Raymond Daniels entered the ring for his semi-final bout I could feel a disturbance in the force. No sooner had I whipped my phone out and pressed record - when Daniels pulled out a devastating wheel kick which sent his British opponent face first to the canvas for a BIG snooze!*
All behold the best KO you will see in Ireland this year! Hadooooooooooooouken!
*Can somebody please tell me what that kick was - I'm going to call it a hadouken-dragon-kick until I hear better!
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I was wrong - I admit. I said Stann would catch Sonnen and that would be that. In fact Sonnen dominated the All American Hero in what was his most accomplished victory to date under the Zuffa banner. Worse for me is that Stann did catch Sonnen, it was a clipping left hook - Sonnen took it and powered through for a take-down. Below is his interview with Ariel Helwani. Never bet against Chael. Never.
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The same goes for Gray Maynard. I really like Edgar, he is one of the toughest, most exciting fighters in the sport and a worthy champion but I really believe his time is up tonight. Maynard's eyes are all steel this week, the man has suffered too much and I can see his dominant top game paving the way to the man they call "The Bully" taking the belt home. Back Maynard at 11/10 like now!
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A lot of people have no time for Chael Sonnen - his arrogant, disrespectful, delusional carry-on gets a bit close to the bone at times. However I am not one of them - I can't get enough of him - he is a ultimate anti-hero and I salute you Chael. It's simple - you can go through your career trying to make friends with everyone and be cool with the gang or you can admit that life is dog-eat-dog. You can spend your time bending over backwards for people and diluting yourself or you aggressively go after what you want and smash anybody in your way. A somewhat soloist view of the world but the fight game is cruel and unforgiving and your entourage and ability to earn dwindles the further you fall from the top.
Sure Chael could have picked his battles a little wiser at times - calling our Machida, Velasquez and the entire nation of Brazil was a little over the top but remember many people believed Anderson Silva would severely dismantle him following his pre-fight smack-talk aimed at the middleweight champion but as we know that didn't exactly happen. I could go on and on about Chael instead I'll leave you a 40 second clip of the man, the legend.
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|C'mon Ireland :-p|
Big News! K1 Pain and Glory comes to Dublin! The worlds number one stand up fighter comes to Dublin to take on Ireland's best! Raymond Daniels is considered to be one of the most feared strikers in the world today, with an arsenal of techniques he is mind blowing to watch. With an undefeated record in the World Combat League and a very impressive records on the world karate stage, anybody who gets in the ring with him will have more than a challenge on there hands. Raymond Daniels is feared by modern martial artists and revered by past champions.
With his charismatic some would say arrogant gait in the ring he will more than entertain the crowd and this promises to please the audience with some great knockouts The show, organised by Shane Lynch from Bushido Karate Gendi promises to be an amazing showcase of Irish talent, Shane said "we wanted to get the worlds best stand up fighters together from all different styles of martial arts backgrounds and compete against each other under a set of rules that suite both the traditional martial artist to the modern day free style fighter" - and they did not disappoint with some excellent Irish talent on display this Saturday night, with a host of top class fighters from SBG Ireland, Chupasart Muay Thai and a "who's- who" of the Irish fight scene taking part.
Mark Casserly has to be one of Ireland's finest martial artists with a proven track record to back it up. After studying Tae Kwon Do from an early age and achieving all that he wanted from it he then naturally progressed into Maui Thai, were he has been undefeated in his weight class and regarded as Irelands top light heavy weight fighter in Thai Boxing. Mark who has lighting fast kicks with unbelievable power is more than up to the challenge of jumping into the ring with any Kickboxer. Mark trains with the Chupasart Muai Thai Club under the watch full eye of Paddy Clint who has helped Mark pick up numerous titles from around the UK and Ireland.
Full fight card to follow.
Ticket Prices: Adult Ticket: €25 Under 18 Ticket: €15 Family Ticket: (2 adults & 2 kids) €60 For tickets contact Shane Lynch 087 6668508 or Pat Lynch 087 2449881 Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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