Greek Muay Thai champion Pavlos Kaponis on the perils of rapid weight loss.
Dancer Shareeka Harrell trained as a boxer and dug deep into Miami's black history to prepare for her role as the legendary fighter and activist.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a new training mission as Kiev keeps asking for real guns.
In February, Khamis Gewargis Khamis left his wife and kids to fight for the Assyrian Christian militia.
Billy Corben's latest film, Dawg Fight, shows the people behind the punches in Dada 5000's illegal backyard fighting league.
The jiu-jitsu champion is "all business" on the mat, but at home she's just a little girl who likes to play Minecraft.
It's a bit like Fight Club, only in an actual ring surrounded by thousands of people also trying to punch each other in the face.
Having a top-flight football league is a relatively new for Australia. But we do hooliganism like old pros.
The British incarnation of a midlife crisis is again in trouble for his shitlordery.
Flamed on its original release by series fanboys, 'DmC' deserves its second chance on new-gen consoles.
We talked to the creator of the fighting style about the responsibility that comes with teaching people how to defend yourself with a knife.
Put a bunch of sailors on a cold rock in the middle of the ocean, make them really poor, give them lots to drink and not too many jobs, wait a few centuries, and you'll have a pretty good idea of what Newfoundland is like.
Looking back at the most British of subcultures with Nidge, a long-time Ted and founder of the Edwardian Teddy Boy website.
Imagine a team combat sport where ten men climb into a ring and beat the living shit out of each other for as long as it takes until only one of them is left standing. How can America not love that?
Silwan is becoming one of the most contentious neighborhoods in the most contested city in the world.
It's time we communicate and forget our small-town vendettas and hardwired masculine aggression. Maybe if that happened, fewer people would end up with hideous scars all over their faces.
I went to watch Lisa "Lights Out" McCallam and Stacy "The Hammer" Hayes fight it out in London's limping female fighting scene.
When a friend showed me a forum thread detailing some of London's lost, dreadful clubs, I found myself through the looking glass of a time before student promoters and Uber discount codes.
Boxing, speed garage, racial tensions, and the collapse of the industrial heartlands—for a few years in the late 90s, all that and more was wrapped up in one of the most dazzling assholes on earth.
In my years as a British fighter in Bangkok, I saw fixed matches, gambling debts and child exploitation.
Gjakmarrja, the tradition of blood feuds, has been a part of Albanian culture since the 15th century, when a set of laws called the Kanun of Lekë Dukagjini held that a murder victim's family could avenge his death by killing a male member of the mu…
During last week's ceasefire, many Gaza residents attempted to flee across the Rafah border gate with Egypt, while others returned home to completely devastated neighborhoods.
Once regarded as something that happens exclusively in Guy Ritchie films and on Gypsy sites, bare-knuckle boxing is fast becoming a thriving scene in the UK—the ultimate British blood sport.
There's a certain beauty to watching grown men pummel one another in the face.