A to Z Challenge: Y is for Youth — mmastorytime.com

Like most team sports, the window to compete at a high-level in MMA is limited. Unlike football, baseball, basketball, and others, the opportunity for most youngsters interested in mixed martial arts to dip their toes into the competitive waters doesn’t happen until they reach adulthood. Of course, many children participate in singular martial arts—Karate, Jiu-Jitsu, […]

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Flash Fiction: Don’t Bring Emotion Into the Cage — mmastorytime.com

Mike Massey’s teeth would’ve turned to dust if not for his mouthguard; he was green with envy that Pat Stallworth held the belt, and he only saw red when the bell rang. “Don’t fight emotionally,” his corner repeated, though nothing entered the contender’s tunnel vision. A minute into the fight, Stallworth grabbed hold of Massey […]

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A to Z Challenge: W is for Worldwide — mmastorytime.com

Nowadays, mixed martial arts is prevalent on nearly every continent. Although the UFC, the MMA promotion most people associate with the sport, delivers their product around the world, others have established brands of cage fighting specific to their region; some of which have grown to massive popularity. With greater advancements and accessibility to technology, promotions […]

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