UFC 253 Betting Preview: The Last Stylebender Returns

The Ultimate Fighting Championships are back on international soil, hosting the next event in Abu Dhabi. This card boasts two massive title bouts. The first being for the most recently vacated light heavyweight title and the other for the undisputed 185-pound champ of the world.

UFC 251 Betting Preview: Yasss Island’s Debut!

The Ultimate Fighting Championships have officially landed in Abu Dhabi for what has to be the most exciting evening in sports since UFC 249. No fans, but a private island can make for an interesting setting. Fighters from across the globe will meet this Saturday to put on what might just be the most interesting card ever.

UFC 250 Betting Preview: Bantamweight Bonaza Begins!

The Ultimate Fighting Championships are back in full force with their second massive card coming up this weekend with UFC 250. Still, there will be no fans in attendance, but if you are an experienced fan of the UFC, this is a pivotal card to keep your eyes on – especially in the Men’s Bantamweight division.

UFC 249: Best Prop Bets

Saturday night, the fighters return to the octagon for the highly anticipated UFC 249 event in Jacksonville, Florida. The card is just absolutely packed with great fights – you will not want to miss this one. No fans, social distancing, extended time off – are any of these factors going to impact the likelihood of what we would expect? This card is not only action-packed but might be an unpredictable one…

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UFC 249 Main Card Preview: Will Tony Ferguson keep his win streak alive?

The bout was supposed to be lined up against the 155-pound champ, Khabib Nurmagomedov (28-0), but as we all know very well, this is just simply never going to happen. In steps, “The Highlight” for none other than an action-packed bout for the Interim Lightweight Title – something Tony is quite familiar with. The bout is scheduled for 5, 5-minute rounds, but there is a solid chance it will not go the distance as Gaethje has only gone the distance twice in his 23 fight career…

Dr. Fauci: SPORTS ARE BACK…Well They Can Be

You probably have seen Dr. Fauci on T.V by now, he has been spearheading the charge on fighting the corona virus in the U.S. He has been the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984 but more importantly, a Nationals fan since they moved to D.C back in 2005. Here are a few quotes from one of his recent media scrums regarding sports and its future…