The Greatest Title Fights in UFC History Part Five: Lightweight

In this ongoing series for TuffGnarl.com, I am isolating a single UFC title fight from the annals of history and identifying it as, by far, the finest of the pack—the single greatest division-specific championship bout in UFC history. This time, we’ll be focusing on one of the UFC’s most historically strong divisions: the 155-pound lightweights. Event: UFC 136: Edgar vs. […]

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PREVIEW: Ronin Pro Wrestling Looking for a Third Strike with Ronin III

Since September, an up-and-coming indie promotion has kept me more entertained than any other wrestling faction. Ronin Pro Wrestling has been entertaining both in the aspects of storytelling and because of their talented locker room. This Saturday, at the historic Ft. Lauderdsale War Memorial Auditorium, Ronin will put on an event featuring the likes of Booker T, Justin Credible, Shane Douglas, Rhino, Bobby […]

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WRESTLING REVIEW: Survivor Series — 13 years after the Invasion, Sting is here!

WWE pulled out all the stops this year as they offered WWE Network free to non-subscribers for the month, which included Survivor Series. The stakes were high with championships up for grabs and the possible ousting of The Authority. When the three hours was up I must say I had a smile on my face and was entertained. Here’s my breakdown of […]

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The Greatest Title Fights in UFC History Part Four: Featherweight

In this ongoing series for TuffGnarl.com, I am isolating a single UFC title fight from the annals of history and identifying it as, by far, the finest of the pack—the single greatest division-specific championship bout in UFC history. As you may have guessed at this point, but for one backstep two weeks ago, we’re ascending the UFC’s current nine titled […]

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Full Speed Ahead: A Review of Ronin Pro Wrestling’s 2nd Event

Back in late September, I wrote a preview for Ronin Pro Wrestling’s upcoming launch, calling it the shape of indie wrestling to come. The first event did not disappoint, with a great combination of talent in the locker room and special guests. With a talent pool and the dynamic team of Seth Gregg and Blake Chadwick doing commentary, they are set for success. […]

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Part-Time Champ: The Special Treatment of Brock Lesnar over Daniel Bryan

Less than one year ago at WrestleMania XXX, Daniel Bryan endured two matches on the grandest stage of them all to claim the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. This was sure to be the pinnacle moment in the young star’s career, positioning him as the new face of the WWE brand. It all came crashing down in little more than a month: Bryan announced that, due […]

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The Greatest Title Fights in UFC History Part Three: Flyweight

In this ongoing series for TuffGnarl.com, I am isolating a single UFC title fight from the annals of history and identifying it as, by far, the finest of the pack—the single greatest division-specific championship bout in UFC history. Welcome back. We previously examined the greatest title fights in both the male and female bantamweight divisions, but, in doing so, completely […]

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Jerry Lawler, Billy Fives and When it’s Finally Time to Hang Up the Boots

In the history of wrestling, there have been some great final matches that truly portrayed that final ride into the sunset. Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels, Michaels and the Undertaker… these are matches that every fan loved and ones that will stand the test of time, the final the decision made by men who simply could not or did not want to […]

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The Greatest Title Fights in UFC History Part Two: Bantamweight

In this ongoing series for TuffGnarl.com, I am isolating a single UFC title fight from the annals of history and identifying it as, by far, the finest of the pack—the single greatest division-specific championship bout in UFC history. In the series’ first installment, we covered the women’s bantamweight division. This week, we’ll be examining the greatest fight in the male […]

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The Greatest Title Fights in UFC History Part One: Women’s Bantamweight

In this ongoing series for TuffGnarl.com, I am isolating a single UFC title fight from the annals of history and identifying it as, by far, the finest of the pack—the single greatest division-specific championship bout in UFC history. We’ll start off modestly in the organization’s youngest weight class, the women’s bantamweight division, and work our way up. Event: UFC 157: Rousey vs. […]

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