- Bellator 135 Results: Marcos Galvao Crowned New Bantamweight Champ
- Conor McGregor: Everything I Touch Turns To Gold
- Anderson Silva Says Another Title Run Possible If He Has The Opportunity
- Claudia Gadelha Injured, Out Of UFC Fight Night 64
- Ricardo Lamas: Conor McGregor Doesn’t Like It When The Tables Are Turned
- Cyborg’s Attempt To Make Bantamweight Back On For Next Fight
- Dana White Not Optimistic About GSP Return: He Hasn’t Been Hungry For A Long Time
- CABMMA Changes Drew Dober Loss To No Contest
Lowkick.com Debate Part II: Which Event Are You Most Excited About?
The Lowkick.com debate returns for it’s second installment, this time I’m asking which event is the Lowkick community most pumped for? The coming months will be absolutely huge for the MMA world, with stacked events coming in during the summer period and up to the winter.
So what’s new with the debate? Well this time around the members with the best arguments will be able to choose from a selection of images/videos to include in the final piece.
It doesn’t have to be a UFC event, it can be any promotion you like, in fact you could even chuck in a small regional show if you or a friend or relative are fighting there. The rules are the same as last time-
1.Leave your answer/argument in the comments section below
2.Give your argument a title of some sort, example: ‘Bellator will shine through’
3.No curses or slander
With so many huge events in the pipeline for the UFC, Bellator FC, Invicta, WSOF and plenty more- The next few months look like they are going to be awesome for MMA fans. As always, the best/funniest/laziest/down right weirdest arguments will be featured in the piece.
Now if I had to pick the best event of the year so far, it would have to be UFC on Fuel TV: Silva vs. Stann. The card itself wasn’t that great from top to bottom, but I can’t remember the last time I felt as happy as I did watching Silva vs. Stann. The fight was so intense, my heart was racing, and it reminded me of watching the Pride FC tourney’s.
Something about seeing Silva back in Japan, in one of his vintage wars, and also Mark Hunt knocked the Dutch off of Stefan Struve in spectacular fashion. So get commenting, and stay tuned to Lowkick.com for the results!