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KJ Noons has flashed his enormous potential in the early stages of his fighting career. Noons is arguably the most prominent MMA fighter to have a legitimate professional boxing record to his name. This man is surely not Art Jimmerson as KJ is patiently attempting to become a champion in each sport. Since 2004, KJ has been successfully juggling the responsibilities that come with one's lofty goals in two different sports. After almost
Updated 03-19-2010 at 10:30 PM by MMAsterkillah
Any hardcore MMA fan will recognize Stephen Quadros voice and insight in an instant, after all, this man has announced over 100 world-class martial arts events (including PRIDE and Strikeforce). Stephen has worked all around the world as both a commentator and journalist. He has been dubbed "The Fight Professor" due to his obvious knowledge of all things MMA. He graciously answered a number of questions for me that I know fans will enjoy.
Q: We had a potentially
Updated 03-02-2010 at 02:25 AM by MMAsterkillah
Recent UFC-signee and PRIDE veteran, Cyrille "Da Snake" Diabate, took some of his busy time to answer a few questions for you guys. I appreciate the input you gave me and expect the Ninjas to continuously help me come up with questions for other fighters in the future (in my Ongoing Interview Suggestion thread).
Q: First off, Congratulations on your new opportunity. How many fights are you now under contract for with the UFC and do you know when you will be fighting?
Updated 03-02-2010 at 02:02 AM by MMAsterkillah
Mixed Martial Arts is a relatively young sport, yet a select few fighters have become synonymous with the sport and itís evolution. They are pioneers of MMA because they helped shape the sportís growth in a multitude of ways. Ken began fighting in Pancrase and the UFC in 1993, when there were still elementary questions regarding which disciplines and techniques were effective in No Holds Barred competitions that had yet to be answered. Ken also had the right look to captivate the audience.