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Lack of Motivation

Lack of Motivation

Lack of Motivation Getting fired up when you don't have a spark. You've got shit to do.  But you can't get 'er done.  Or you won't.  What difference does it make?  Which ever you chose, the end result is the same; shit just ain't getting done.  Here are some tips and tricks

Coming Down With Something, Is The UFC Struggling With a Weight Cutting Epidemic?

Ray Borg, Illness, Weight Cutting

  While no one's debating his toughness (11-2-0), could Ray Borg, be the latest casualty of near-impossible weight cutting? Friday morning, the UFC announced the much anticipated, championship bout between the "Tazmexican Devil," and prolific Demetrius Johnson was indeed canceled, the supposed culprit being—viral illness. Coincidentally, Borg, has had his fair share

Mr. Jones, Mr. Jones

Jon Jones, Jon Jones controversy, Steroids

            In the wake of tuesday's devastating news, Jon Jones pre UFC 214 test coming back positive for PED's, we're all bit taken aback, clenching our collective guts from the sting of an all too familiar blow. The dark agent in question this time being—Turinabol, an out of production steroid, known more

The Curious Case of Pauly Malignaggi

The Vegas sun looms over a still horizon. Conor McGregor's blazing green Lamborghini pulls into the brand new UFC Performance Institute. A shirtless McGregor, exchanges a few words with a boisterous teammate, informing him that retired boxer Pauly Malignaggi has left camp. Last Friday, the internet was abuzz with the infamous,

In the Wake of the Head Kick Heard Round’ the World

Daniel Cormier, Cormier vs Jones, UFC 214

As with the defeated, Daniel Cormier, we're all a little bit shocked. Left leering in the wake of things yet to process. Saturday evenings UFC 214, saw the formerly absent Jon Jones reclaim his light-heavyweight title from the incumbent, Daniel Cormier. Cormier, falling to what may be viewed as one of

Rash of Early Retirement Plagues UFC

6/19/2017, Blake Kirkland - Another day, and most of us await the next lunch hour, pay day or for the lucky, vacation. Yet on the trajectory of life, sometimes the things you have to do simply out way the things you want to do. So when our beloved heroes, surreptitiously