Tag - ufc 214

December 2017

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) – A Real Knockout of a Sport

I have been a fan of MMA ever since the first UFC back in the early 90's. Some people consider MMA to be a barbaric sport from the days of the Roman Gladiators. Personally for me, I think it is a fantastic sport. My idea of ​​a sport is testing ones ability at accomplishing a specific skill. In the case of MMA the skill is fighting. Unfortunately, too many people have [...]

Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira – Welcome To The UFC

Antonio Rodrigo "Minotauro" Nogueira has one of the best records in Mixed Martial Arts, with the record is what I believe to be the most complete resume of any fighter in the UFC heavyweight division. Soon, "Minotauro" will make his UFC debut and this is one fan who can not wait! Nogueira like Chuck Liddell has earned revenge on every opponent to ever defeat him, with one exception. For Chuck, the exception is [...]

August 2017

The History of Affliction

Back in the early days of MMA, a small clothing company in Signal Hill, California, rose up to become a big name in the hardcore fashion genre. By sponsoring big names in UFC, like Georges St. Pierre, Randy Couture, and Quinton Jackson, as well as heavy hitters from other hardcore arenas, Oscar De La Hoya, Shane Mosley and Zab Judah, Affliction was able to show that to emulate your MMA or heavy weight boxing idols, you had to wear [...]

July 2017

The History and Resurgence of Alibata

The recent years have seen a revival of sorts in the popularity of the alibata, the Philippines’ pre-Spanish writing system. From being an ancient script mentioned only in passing in classes in Philippine History, alibata has gained enough popularity to inspire the creation of hundreds of web sites dedicated to it. To be able to get an idea of how the resurgence of alibata came about, it is important to first give the origins and history of the language [...]