Flash Fiction: Tap or Nap — MMA Storytime

It was difficult to determine which aspect of Theodore Jameson better resembled a mule—his kicks or stubbornness. If there were dandelions to pick on the mat during Jiu-Jitsu practice, TJ would have uprooted all of them. “Are you listening?” Coach snapped, though he knew the answer. TJ had a fight scheduled against a seasoned black […]

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Six-Sentence Story: Striker or Grappler? — MMA Storytime

Jaime “Just Do It” Johnson, a decorated kickboxer, and the submission specialist from São Paulo, Fabricio Viera, were scheduled to collide in the main event at Cage Battles 7. The clash of striker versus grappler fueled the birth of mixed martial arts, and questions surrounding which style is superior has persisted for the past twenty-five […]

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Live Combat Sport Schedule: 3/11 – 3/16 — via @Grabaka_Hitman — MMA Storytime

All fight cards and times subject to change. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11TH [MMA] Alaska FC 158 Anchorage, Alaska, USA Main Card – UFC Fight Pass – 12:00am ET / 9:00pm PT Jeremia Sierra vs. Tyson Duckworth Alonzo Leisholm vs. Cody Rice Jason Flowers vs. Chris Johnson David Booker vs. Ernesta Zarate Grier […] Live Combat Sport Schedule: […]

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Song Lyric Sunday: The West Is the Best — MMA Storytime

For this week’s Song Lyric Sunday, the prompt directed writers to find a song, in either the title or lyrics, containing either the word east, west, north, or south. Although the specific song selected for the challenge, “Enemies With Me” by 2Pac feat. Outlawz, doesn’t contain any words found on a compass, the poetic lyricist […]

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Flash Fiction: Home Is Where the Heart Is — MMA Storytime

For Christmas, Jim’s girlfriend bought him a year membership to the area’s leading MMA gym. Most of Jim’s training had taken place in the backyard, alone. After, somehow, stringing together three wins as an amateur, Jim wondered how much further coaching and a proper facility would take him. … When Jim removed two wads of […]

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