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  1. Five questions about Saturday's UFC 118

    Andrew Plante

    1. Can boxing veteran James Toney, who refuses to utilize all aspects of MMA, beat Randy Couture, a seasoned champion mixed martial artist? The odds are obviously stacked against the one-dimensional Toney, but he's always got a puncher's chance, r...

    Blog | August 26, 2010
  2. Five things I learned from UFC 114

    Andrew Plante

    The '10-point must system' has got to go -- It's rare these days to have a UFC event that does not have at least one controversial decision on the fight card. It's the 10-point must system, originally designed to judge boxing, that seems to have fai...

    Blog | May 31, 2010
  3. Ken-Flo dominates at UFN 21; TUF thoughts

    Andrew Plante

    UFN 21 Perhaps it was Octagon jitters or his inexperience fighting in a cage (versus a ring), but Takanori Gomi most likely lost his debut because of the superior boxing game by Kenny Florian. Florian minimized Gomi's widely regarded striking s...

    Blog | April 01, 2010
  4. Pacquiao-Clottey from an MMA fan's view

    Andrew Plante

    I had the good fortune of attending my very first boxing event last Saturday nigh, watching Manny Pacquiao soundly defeat Josh Clottey at Cowboys Stadium. As an MMA aficionado, there were several interesting observations that I'm proud to say have so...

    Blog | March 15, 2010
  5. Steele Cage II: Reloaded

    Andrew Plante

    Steele Cage is an MMA promotion local to the DFW area and is run by famous boxing referee Richard Steele. I had the pleasure of attending their very first show in the area back in June of this year. It was a solid card from top-to-bottom, which in...

    Blog | October 30, 2009
  6. Steele Cage II: Reloaded

    Andrew Plante

    Steele Cage is an MMA promotion local to the DFW area and is run by famous boxing referee Richard Steele. I had the pleasure of attending their very first show in the area back in June of this year. It was a solid card from top-to-bottom, which in...

    Blog | Conversation | October 30, 2009