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Ian McCall on Octagon return: “I’ve made peace with the fact that I may never fight again.”

Speaking on this week’s Talking Brawls podcast, Ian McCall (13-5-1 MMA, 3-2-1 UFC) said he is still unsure if he will ever return to the Octagon. The top-ranked flyweight said it’s probably ‘wishful thinking,’ but is still aiming at getting back in the cage. McCall joined Niall McGrath to talk about an number of issues, including; Jon Jones, business, Demetrious Johnson, family life & more. The Orange County native has endured a number of injuries since his UFC debut back in 2012, and has also undergone the knife on his hip, hand and most recently, shoulder. “We have really […]


Neil Seery Out To Prove Himself Tonight

   With all the hype of going into tonight’s “McGregor show” at UFC 189, it can be easy to overlook the fights earlier in the evening. Neil “2 Tap” Seery takes on Louis Smolka. Both men are hovering around just outside the top 15. Many of Seery’s supporters & even the media that knows how good & exciting he is, have complained that he keeps getting placed on the Fight Pass Prelims. “But I’ve put in all the work over the years… a lot of people doubted me over it for years”. If Seery wins tonight, he will be on […]


The Main Event Preview: Demetrious Johnson vs. Chris Cariaso @ UFC 178

  I tweeted earlier this week that UFC 178’s main event probably isn’t the main focus for those in attendance at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday night, especially considering the hype surrounding the two potentially outstanding and significant fights that precede the flyweight title bout. For me, the Cerrone/Alvarez and McGregor/Poirier fights are the dual-main courses for UFC 178. Johnson/Cariaso is the dessert. #UFC178 — Keith Fitzpatrick (@KeithMacGP) September 22, 2014 If you’re going by YouTube views on the three UFC 178 Countdown videos, then the main event between “Mighty Mouse” and Chris Cariaso (61,953 views) just isn’t […]