We have 2 more confirmed fights for the season opening UFC 67 event: Hoger vs Lyoto and Frankie Edgar vs Tyson Griffin. Make sure you get your picks in before fight night on the My Upcoming Events
page. We're also getting close to having enough confirmed bouts taking place in the upcoming Pride 33 and UFC 68 to add them to the events list as well.
In other site news, we've had quite a few new member signups in the last few days which is great to see. A big thank you to all who have helped spread the word! Make sure stop by the Introduce Yourself forum
to let us know who you are and how you came to be a mixed martial arts aficionado. We'd also like to announce the welcome addition of 4 more moderators (in alpha order): MMA
, and zephead
Thanks also to all who have submitted feedback in helping us come up with ways to improve the site functionality, suggesting useful features to make things easier around here, and pointing out bugs to get fixed. In the upcoming weeks we'll be adding more features and improvements, so stay tuned and keep the suggestions coming!
One final note: Lots of folks have been asking about having the upcoming Ultimate Fight Night being included for picks and wagers. While we understand that those who have found the site already would love to have an event a little sooner than February 3rd to score some points and place some wagers on, please bear with us for just a week and a half longer! /beg. The website hasn't even been online for a full week yet, and we'd like to give as many people as possible the chance to get in on the action from the season's start. Don't worry, all future Fight Night events will be featured as fair game, I promise!UPDATE ADDENDUMS
We've added the confirmed matchups for both Pride 33 and UFC 68 to the table to get the picking and wagering rolling.
Our own nate22
has secured an upcoming interview with none other than the Vanilla Gorilla himself, Lodune Sincaid. Please post your questions and suggestions for the interview here
If you'd like to see a fight camp ranking system implemented then we'd like to hear your input on how you'd like to see it done, forum topic here