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  1. Shields, Melendez and the brawl to end it all

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    One of the best get-out-of-jail free cards is tenure. The longer you've been around, and the more you've dug your heels into a relationship, the more leeway you have to screw up. What happened in the closing moments of Strikeforce's se...

    Blog | April 18, 2010
  2. Strikeforce: Nashville postmortem

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    One of the best get-out-of-jail free cards is tenure. The longer you've been around, and the more you've dug your heels into a relationship, the more leeway you have to screw up. What happened in the closing moments of Strikeforce's second CBS tele...

    Blog | Conversation | April 18, 2010
  3. Bobby Lashley's mixed messages

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    Bobby Lashley said he had no idea why Strikeforce pulled him from the 4/17 card, but then stated it was surgery, not the promotion, that squashed his participation

    Blog | Conversation | April 06, 2010
  4. Bobby Lashley withdraws from April 17 Strikeforce event

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    What is with this guy? Bobby Lashley updated his Facebook profile Sunday to inform readers he would not be making an appearance at Strikeforce's April 17 card in Nashville. Lashley's participation was rumored, but never confirmed. CBS would have be...

    Blog | Conversation | April 05, 2010
  5. Bobby Lashley to network television

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    Plumbers! Auto workers! Bouncers! Auditions are available now for an April 17 booking against Bobby Lashley (the latest addition to Strikeforce's prime-time network card), according to MMAJunkie.com. Since debuting in late 2008, Lashley has taken o...

    Blog | Conversation | March 18, 2010
  6. Strikeforce to feature Gracie-Randleman

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    Dave Mandel/Sherdog.comKevin Randleman should be a proper litmus test for Roger Gracie's heavyweight career.For all the armchair promoting directed at Strikeforce, it's getting harder to find fault with some of the cards it's assembling. (G...

    Blog | March 16, 2010
  7. Roger Gracie versus Kevin Randleman highlights improving Strikefo...

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    For all the armchair promoting directed at Strikeforce, it's getting harder to find fault with some of the cards it's assembling. (Get past Herschel Walker if you must, but January's Nick Diaz-Marius Zaromskis fight was worth whatever Showtime charge...

    Blog | Conversation | March 16, 2010
  8. UFC reconfirms Kimbo Slice-Matt Mitrione

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    On Monday, the UFC reaffirmed Kimbo Slice's appearance against Matt Mitrione on May 8. The announcement ends speculation that Slice was being considered as a possible opponent for James Toney scheduled as an emergency fight card to combat Strikeforce...

    Blog | Conversation | March 09, 2010
  9. Cruz control, Pulver's farewell and more

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    Dave Mandel/Sherdog.comEyes wide shut: Dominick Cruz proved his worth at bantamweight by shocking Brian Bowles. Great fights tell stories and great fight cards are able to tell multiple stories at a time. Saturday's WEC event in Columbus, Ohio, ...

    Blog | March 07, 2010
  10. WEC Postmortem: Cruz control, Pulver's farewell and more

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    Miguel Torres went from WEC posterboy to bantamweight vagabond in less than a year. Where to now for Torres and fellow WEC stalwarts Brian Bowles and Jens Pulver?

    Blog | Conversation | March 07, 2010
  11. Strikeforce's criminal behavior

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    Strikeforce's most valuable trump card in their bid to eat away at some of the UFC's market share is their relationship with a major network: If CBS is on board, there is unlimited opportunity to infiltrate television culture with fight att...

    Blog | March 04, 2010
  12. Herschel Walker's network static

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    Daniel HerbertsonSorry, Shinya Aoki: Neon tights and a nifty grappling game aren't enough to carry a Strikeforce card.The problem with Strikeforce's compressed schedule is that it often doesn't leave room for improvisation. Without Fedor Em...

    Blog | March 04, 2010
  13. Strikeforce's criminal behavior

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    Strikeforce's most valuable trump card in their bid to eat away at some of the UFC's market share is their relationship with a major network: If CBS is on board, there is unlimited opportunity to infiltrate television culture with fight attractions. ...

    Blog | Conversation | March 04, 2010
  14. Tim Sylvia versus the World's Strongest Man

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    The Massachusetts Athletic Commission will get its first stern test of competency in the spring when promoters attempt to bring a fight card to Boston headlined by Tim Sylvia and Mariusz Pudzianowski. You might know Pudzianowski as the five-time Wor...

    Blog | Conversation | March 01, 2010
  15. ESPN Primer: 'Strikeforce: Miami'

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    In arranging 20 cards (or more) per year, the UFC has adopted a schedule that doesn't make many allowances for "event" programming: it has become a sports league with no offseason. To satisfy that glut of airtime, more than a few events wind up ...

    Blog | January 29, 2010
  16. ESPN Primer: 'Strikeforce: Miami'

    Jake Rossen/Sherdog.com

    In arranging 20 cards (or more) per year, the UFC has adopted a schedule that doesn't make many allowances for "event" programming: it has become a sports league with no offseason. To satisfy that glut of airtime, more than a few events wind up havin...

    Blog | Conversation | January 29, 2010