Stipe Miocic shocked the world when he defended his belt for a third straight time. He deserves to laugh.
The Cavs have gone to hell and back, and are finally starting to show signs of life—although for reasons both on and off the court, Isaiah Thomas’ future looks as murky as ever. And finally—FINALLY—the Indians announced Chief Wahoo is going away (well, sort of). As they have every step of the way with their embattled logo, the Indians continue to take the hardest road possible in moving on.
Much to the chagrin of Dana White and the UFC, Stipe Miocic defied the odds and defended his title as an underdog at UFC 220 against Francis Ngannou.
In his latest appearance on The Nail, Podolski shares stories from Miocic’s high school years, sets the scene at UFC’s media day on Thursday, previews the fight as Miocic tries to become the first UFC heavyweight champ to reach three successful title defenses, and gives a rundown on the red-hot, trash talkin’ challenger Ngannou.
It’s a dead zone in the sports calendar, except what’s happening in the fight game thanks to Conor McGregor. Does he really have a shot though?
While most of what’s going to be said about ESPN’s layoffs is in the bank, Craig weighs in one final time on the topic. Plus Stipe defends his belt this weekend.
Stipe Miocic had an incredible 2016. The UFC heavyweight belt was won in Brazil, defended in Cleveland, and he got married. Miocic describes the year that was.
Saturday night in Cleveland was one of the greatest Cleveland sporting events of my life. In front of a completely sold out crowd at Quicken Loans Arena for UFC 203, Stipe Miocic snatched the microphone away from Joe Rogan and screamed “O-H” to the loudest “I-O” I had ever heard. Miocic had just sparked the
But, is Stipe Miocic better than the Buckeyes?
The narrative is Cleveland native Stipe Miocic, on the night Believeland aired across the country, ripped off the championship drought bandaid when he defeated Fabricio Werdum in Brazil to claim the UFC heavyweight belt. Whether or not you follow UFC, seeing an athlete competing at the highest level extol such gratitude and love about the Northcoast
Our friend was on hand for Stipe Miocic’s UFC Heavyweight Championship win in UFC 198 and delivers all the details of what it was like behind the scenes in Brazil.
STIPE MIOCIC IS THE UFC HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD!
Stipe Miocic has a title shot in Brazil in May. We discuss that, plus Johnny Manziel, Will Smith and Jordan Spieth.
A look at Peyton Manning to the Browns, this weekend’s UFC, and some Foo Fighters.
Stipe Miocic is on the precipice of something. Saturday night, the gigantic Clevelander is a big underdog as he faces former UFC heavyweight champion, Junior Dos Santos. You never want to be an underdog – certainly not this big of one anyway – but it’s the perfect opportunity for Stipe. He’s ranked number four among
In one of their updates to their game, EA Sports has added Stipe Miocic to the roster of fighters that are playable. Josh Sanchez at Fansided had the screen-caps and the report. It’s got to be exciting to see yourself immortalized in a video game. Do you think it does our heavyweight justice?
Welcome to the 4th of July edition of WWW. Normally I’ve got Fridays and this is a Friday, but we all had our Friday yesterday, so it feels weird. Anyway, don’t wait too hard today. There won’t be tons in the way of content… you know… except for this. ***** I’m a pretty big MMA
Hope everyone had a great week! Let’s talk about some sports and stuff.
Scott and I had a chance to sit down and talk about the pretty extensive profile he did of Jessica “Evil” Eye who fights out of the Cleveland area. Women in MMA and Dana White saying they wouldn’t do female fights Jessica Eye training and sparring with men Stepping up to the UFC vs. a
ON JESSICA “EVIL” EYE AND THE FIGHT TO THE TOP On January 5, 2003, Randy Eye was burrowed inside of his Rootstown, Ohio home, shielding himself from the outside world. A bearded, motorcycle-riding mountain of a middle-aged man, Eye was soaking in the remaining hours of a weekend which had only served to provide a