Siris King reacts to Paulie Malignaggi saying boxing is more dangerous then MMA. The rivalry between MMA and boxing has existed for years, Siris tries to explain why the rivalry exists.
Siris King recaps a big weekend in MMA. Where the Bellator card stole the show. We have Douglas Lima stopping Michael Venom Page in the second round. Rose Namajunas dominates Jessica Andrade, but Andrade needed only 15 second to turn the tide.
Siris King recaps the incredible Atlanta card. Where Israel Adesanya and Kelvin Gastelum have a five round war. Where Stylebender staged a huge comeback in the fifth round. In the main event Dustin Poirier proves he is the most underrated fighter in the UFC.
Siris King talks about the Phildapehia card head lined by Edison Barboza vs Justin Gaethje on the top of the card. The Philadelphia card turned out to be a very exciting card.
In what is the card of the year, so far. Siris King recaps Jon Jones making easy work of Anthony Smith. Yet in what ended up stealing the spotlight from the main event. Kamaru Usman shows he is truly the best in the world with an impressive victory over Tyron Woodley.
Siris King recaps not only the UFC event in Prague which saw Thaigo Santos lay the hammer down. He also gives his thoughts on if Israel Adesanya is truly overrated. Plus his thoughts on Cain Velasquez fight with the Predator.
Jon Jones defeats Alexander Gustafsson. Cris Cyborg and Amanda Nunes clash in a super fight with Nunes defeating Cyborg almost as quickly as she defeated Ronda Rousey. Siris King recaps the last card of the year.
Siris King recaps the Toronto card. Which saw Valentina Shevchenko win her fight, as well as Max Holloway finishing Brian Ortega in the 4th round.
Siris King recaps a combat filled weekend. From Boxing to MMA. He also talks about the Greg Hardy and Rachael Ostovich controversy .
MMA Weakly 21s Edition: Demetrious Johnson Traded, UFC fight 139 And Floyd Mayweather scared to get kicked in the face.
Siris King returns where he talks about a few topics. He reaps UFC fight 139 where Yair Rodriguez and the Korean Zombie put on an incredible show. He also touches briefly on the u UFC 230 buy rate. Then he talks about the real reason he believes Floyd Mayweather pulled out of the New Year’s event.
Conor McGregor Takes a Serious Loss. Yet Watch the MMA media makes excuses for him. Siris King recaps an explosive UFC 229 card. Khabib Nurmagomedov shows why he is the most dominant fighter in MMA today.
Siris King recaps the Bellator card. As Bellator 206 is one of the few times a year Bellator has a truly UFC level card.
Siris King recaps the news in the world of MMA. As ESPN outbids fox sports for the UFC in 2019. UFC 225 PPV buys were better than first reported. Siris also asks the question is Jon Jones really the goat?
Siris King recaps a weekend filled of mma. With Two events in the United Kingdom one from the UFC and one from Bellator.
Cris Cyborg dominates as expected. But the high light of the card was Brian T-City Ortega defeated Frankie Edgar. Sean O'Malley and Mackenzie Dern are successful in their matches on this card. Siris King recaps the card.
Siris King recaps the big fox card. Headlined by Jeremy Stephens vs Josh Emmett . The result was over shadowed by a Controversial finish.
Siris King discusesses this weeks MMA news. Ranging from Conor McGregor having conflict with the irish mob, to Francis Ngannou becoming the new king. He also gives his thoughts on Cris Cyborg fighting Holly Holm.
Siris King recaps an incredible card. Which saw maybe a new super star in Francis Ngannou who earned an incredible win over Alistair Overeem, Yet the card featured the fight of the ages between Justin Gaethje and Eddie" Alvarez .
Georges St-Pierre returns and defeats Michael Bisping. The belt changed hands three times with Rose Namajunas and Tyler Dillashaw also became new champions in a historic night
Siris King recaps this weeks news. Where he talks about Bellator beating the UFC in ratings. He also gives his thoughts on several topics in MMA. Including the up and coming fight between Kevin Lee and Tony Ferguson.