1. Clay Guida Still Eyeing UFC Title: 'We're Making A Run As We Speak'

    Clay Guida Still Eyeing UFC Title: 'We're Making A Run As We Speak'

    Jul 31, 2019

    Okay, so we’ve heard this story before: A fighter pushing 40 years of age mentions that he’s not ready to say he’s out of title contention. Andrei Arlovski said it after his most recent fight, a decision win over Ben Rothwell. BJ Penn said it before his most recent loss, the seventh straight he has suffered. 

  2. Top Turtle MMA Podcast: Jim Miller Reveals Only Fight He Ever Turned Down

    Top Turtle MMA Podcast: Jim Miller Reveals Only Fight He Ever Turned Down

    Jul 31, 2019

    UFC on ESPN 5 is coming at you from Newark, and “Gumby” and Dave have all the goods on this week's Top Turtle MMA Podcast right here on FloCombat. 

  3. Fight Of The Night Magnet Frank Camacho Admits 'I Hate Confrontation'

    Fight Of The Night Magnet Frank Camacho Admits 'I Hate Confrontation'

    May 30, 2019

    Frank Camacho holds the distinction of being just one of three fighters to start their UFC career with three straight Fight of the Night bonuses. Justin Gaethje and Yoshihiro Akiyama are the others. It seems like every fight Camacho's in becomes a knock-em-down, drag-em-out brawl. But according to Camacho, that is not necessarily by design. 

  4. Dear Bellator MMA, Sign Nick Newell

    Dear Bellator MMA, Sign Nick Newell

    May 28, 2019

    At this stage in the game, Nick Newell’s story isn’t an unfamiliar one to MMA fans.

    Born a congenital amputee, Connecticut’s Newell has overcome almost every challenge he’s faced. Whether it be inside the cage or out of it, Newell has continually conquered the toughest tests life throws at him.

  5. Dear UFC, Sign Joe Giannetti

    Dear UFC, Sign Joe Giannetti

    May 24, 2019

    Simply put, Joe Giannetti should still be in the UFC.

  6. How Jordan Burroughs Inspired UFC's Desmond Green | Top Turtle MMA

    How Jordan Burroughs Inspired UFC's Desmond Green | Top Turtle MMA

    May 17, 2019

    Count Desmond Green as the No. 1 cheerleader for folks going up a weight class. Damaged by trying to cut too much weight early in his own career, Green now actively tries to encourage others to move up to a more comfortable division. Fellow UFC fighter Kurt Holobaugh even cites Green as his primary source of encouragement to go to 155.