Muay Thai is a Good Form of Fitness Conditioning

October 15 | By fightersagenda | Comments Off on Muay Thai is a Good Form of Fitness Conditioning | Filed in: Muay Thai.

As most of you know from watching MMA fighting and the UFC, that Muay Thai is a popular form of self-defense and competition fighting. It’s also a remarkably effective way to get in good shape. The reason for this is that Muay Thai conditions your entire body. Muay Thai utilizes your elbows, knees, hands and • Read More »

Muay Thai Vs. Kickboxing: What’s The Difference?

October 14 | By fightersagenda | Comments Off on Muay Thai Vs. Kickboxing: What’s The Difference? | Filed in: Muay Thai.

For many people, Muay Thai and kickboxing are synonymous. But although the two arts are similar in some respects, there are significant differences between Muay Thai and kickboxing, especially if you’re looking into taking up one for exercise or self-defense. Muay Thai or kickboxing – which style is more effective? What Is Muay Thai? Muay • Read More »

A Brief Run Down On What Is Muay Thai

October 13 | By fightersagenda | Comments Off on A Brief Run Down On What Is Muay Thai | Filed in: Muay Thai.

What is Muay Thai? Here is everything you need to know about Muay Thai in 8 paragraphs. Muay Thai is a martial art that originated in Thailand that has both competition and self-defense applications. As well as health and fitness. One of its most distinctive features is the use of the elbows and knees, in • Read More »

Benefits & Reasons Why You Should Learn Muay Thai

October 10 | By fightersagenda | Comments Off on Benefits & Reasons Why You Should Learn Muay Thai | Filed in: Muay Thai.

Interested In Muay Thai Kickboxing? I wanted to talk about the reasons that you or anyone else might be interested in Muay Thai Style Kickboxing. Lots of people come to find Muay Thai for different reasons. Below are some. Muay Thai offers many great benefits, including: • Self Defense Skills • Lose Weight • Get • Read More »

What Can MMA Athletes Learn From Tennis

September 7 | By fightersagenda | Comments Off on What Can MMA Athletes Learn From Tennis | Filed in: Uncategorized.

Professional tennis players have gained significant control over their sport since the 1970s. The reason for this increased control is very simple. Both men and women tennis players formed associations: the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), respectively. Before professional tennis players joined together to take control of their sport, • Read More »

UFC Matchmakers Are Not Licensed

September 4 | By fightersagenda | Comments Off on UFC Matchmakers Are Not Licensed | Filed in: Uncategorized.

All professional MMA fighters must go through an extensive licensing process with state athletic commissions before stepping into the ring. In Nevada, fighters must have a current Federal ID card for a mixed martial artist and undergo extensive medical tests, including HIV tests, brain MRI, and blood tests in order to obtain a license to fight • Read More »

Women Fight Cheaper

August 11 | By fightersagenda | Comments Off on Women Fight Cheaper | Filed in: Uncategorized.

In May 2015, UFC fighter Miesha Tate called attention to how current Reebok deal would be particularly unfair to women. The payout tiers for the deal will be determined by how many bouts a fighter has participated in for the UFC and other promotions the UFC acquired over the years. Since women were not allowed • Read More »

UFC = U Fight Cheap

August 5 | By fightersagenda | Comments Off on UFC = U Fight Cheap | Filed in: Uncategorized.

Negative reactions from fighters came quickly when the UFC released the payouts associated with the Reebok sponsorship deal on May 6, 2015. Dana White responded to the complaints about the upcoming Reebok apparel deal by mocking UFC fighter Brendan Schaub’s claims about losing substantial money as a result of the deal. UFC President Dana White • Read More »

UFC By the Numbers: “It’s a Business”

August 3 | By fightersagenda | Comments Off on UFC By the Numbers: “It’s a Business” | Filed in: Uncategorized.

UFC By the Numbers: “It’s a Business” “It’s a business.” This is a common refrain heard with respect to the UFC. But what does it really mean? Here are some basic figures we know about the UFC as a business.Ownership of Zuffa LLC [1] Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta: 81%. Approximately 72% is owned by Fertitta • Read More »

UFC Grows, Fighter Pay Stagnates

July 1 | By fightersagenda | No Comments | Filed in: Uncategorized.

The NBA signed a gigantic multi-billion, multi-year TV deal, and the league and the players’ union have been grappling with the implications of a much higher salary cap as a result of the new TV deal. Regardless of how the revenue pie is divvied up, the assumption is that the athletes will make more. A • Read More »