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  1. Herschel Walker returns to cage in Dec.

    Andrew Plante

    Herschel Walker, one of the most controversial and well-known fighters in the sport of mixed martial arts, will make a return to the cage later this year when he co-headlines Strikeforce: Henderson vs. Babalu II. The event is slated for Dec. 4 in St....

    Blog | October 15, 2010
  2. Strikeforce - Disarray in LA?

    Andrew Plante

    After Strikeforce signed Fedor Emelianenko to their rosters a little under a year ago, effectively snatching him from the hands of a very eager UFC, one would have assumed the sky was the limit for the up-and-coming organization. With arguably the b...

    Blog | June 16, 2010
  3. Kimbo would be good first test for Toney

    Andrew Plante

    A month ago, I ripped into Strikeforce for putting Herschel Walker's MMA debut at the top of their Miami fight card, while praising the UFC for doing things "the right way." With UFC's announcement that they have signed 41-year-old heavyweight box...

    Blog | March 04, 2010
  4. 'Strikeforce: Miami' post-fight thoughts

    Andrew Plante

    For the most part, the event was a success. A couple of the bouts were action packed, including the main event, while others had pretty thrilling endings, such as the Robbie Lawler knockout. Of course, it's not a Strikeforce show without their fo...

    Blog | January 31, 2010
  5. 5 reasons I'll be watching Strikeforce: Miami

    Andrew Plante

    1. A Heisman Trophy winner -- Herschel Walker -- will enter the cage for the very first time. 2. The pound-for-pound best female MMA fighter in the world -- Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos -- defends her title for the first time. 3. A WWE wrestler...

    Blog | January 29, 2010
  6. Herschel Walker to make MMA debut

    Andrew Plante

    I've been holding my tongue for quite some time regarding the direction Strikeforce has gone in developing and finding MMA talent. With their most recent move, it's finally time for me to say my peace. At this point it looks Strikeforce is dang...

    Blog | January 25, 2010