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Past articles by Jack:

At UFC Fight Night: Brooklyn Donald Cerrone Continued Setting Records

The main event may have underwhelmed fans, but there was plenty to appreciate from the rest of the card. → Read More

The 2018 Slacky Awards

As we start 2019, lets look back on the best (and worst) the fight world had to offer last year. → Read More

Max Holloway Defends Crown in MMA Striking Masterclass

The fight was called off by the doctor before the last round because Brian Ortega Ortega had absorbed over three hundred strikes in the previous four rounds and was a swollen, bloody mess. → Read More

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder Fight Year's Most One Sided Draw

Fury was knocked down twice, but he otherwise put on a boxing clinic against Wilder. → Read More

Francis Ngannou Returns to Terrifying Form

Plus a nearly 50-year-old Chuck Liddell was senselessly knocked out in a match that should never have been licensed in the first place. → Read More

Yair Rodriguez's No-Look Elbow Might Be the Knockout of the Year

Plus we take a look at a host of other great fights staged around the world over the weekend. → Read More

Return of Chan Sung Jung, "The Korean Zombie"

He's had a tumultuous couple of years, but Chan Sung Jung makes his re-return this weekend at UFC Fight Night. → Read More

Israel Adesanya Steals the Show at UFC 230

Jack Slack breaks down all the big moments from a great night with quality fights up and down the card. → Read More

Anthony Smith Proves He Belongs in the Light Heavyweight Elite

Smith deserves way more respect than he's gotten from fans and media. → Read More

UFC 228 Recap: Tyron Woodley smashes Darren Till

Jack slack also fills you in on how Zabit Magomedsharipov, Jessica Andrade, and others looked over the weekend. → Read More

Boxing's Most Mercurial Heavyweight Champ and What Could Have Been

The story of Jack Sharkey is one of wasted, undeniable talent. → Read More

What Remains for Junior dos Santos?

A favorable match-up against Blagoy Ivanov at Fight Night 133 may well find dos Santos at the crossroads of his career. → Read More

Stomping the Knee: A Guide to Countering MMA's Most Ungentlemanly Tactic

Some think the move should be outlawed, others contend it's safer than getting punched in the head. It's here for now, though, so here's how to beat it. → Read More

How Daniel Cormier Killed the King

With a first-round knockout of Stipe Miocic at UFC 226, Cormier is now the world champ in two weight divisions. → Read More

Clash of Kings: Tactical Guide to Stipe Miocic vs. Daniel Cormier

At UFC 226, Cormier could do something truly remarkable by grabbing the UFC heavyweight title, and Miocic might just be the right kind of fighter for him to do it against. → Read More

Gokhan Saki in the UFC: Re-learning the Art of Striking with the Turkish Tyson

As he prepares for his UFC 226 fight against Khalil Rountree, we look at Saki's transition from kickboxing to MMA. → Read More

Leon Edwards Bested Donald Cerrone and Announced Himself as a Top Welterweight

At UFC Fight Night 132, Edwards knew well the Cerrone playbook and seemed to have an answer for everything he tried to do. → Read More

Tenshin Nasukawa Keeps his Undefeated Record by the Skin of his Teeth

Rise 125 featured a wild fight with some sketchy officiating. → Read More

Tactical Guide to Whittaker vs. Romero II

Robert Whittaker vs. Yoel Romero at UFC 225 could be the fight of the year. → Read More

Tai Tuivasa and the Vindication of Mark Hunt

For many, Tuivasa represents what Hunt might have done had all the stars aligned for him to break into the modern UFC heavyweight discussion a decade earlier. → Read More