Some think the move should be outlawed, others contend it's safer than getting punched in the head. It's here for now, though, so here's how to beat it.
At UFC 225, Robert Whittaker and Yoel Romero did it again, but in vastly different ways from their first matchup.
Don't let the finish fool you, though: Romero's classic flaws were all there, too at UFC 221.
Robert Whittaker's usual jab was noticeably absent once Yoel Romero busted his knee up with a low line side kick, but that didn't stop him putting on a masterclass. We examine the looks and adaptations of his most important fight to date.
The UFC middleweight division can't stop throwing up compelling match ups and Robert Whittaker versus Yoel Romero might be the best of the bunch. We compare the styles of the Kiwi head kicker and the Cuban smashing machine.
UFC President Dana White goes old-school and shuns a Big Money fight.
The former champion wants an interim title shot in his hometown or he’s out.
No one knows what it means to be a king in the new UFC era better than “The Count.”
A dumb move gets a dumb punishment in a dumb era.