After a life of fighting, John Gundersons love affair has finally begun

Elias Cepeda, UFC – Every once in awhile you hear stories of pro fighters who, even as kids, loved to mix it up. John Gunderson, though a born scrapper, wasn’t one of those kids. Yeah, he was always in a fight, but the way it felt to him was that he needed to be just to survive.

Elias Cepeda, UFC – Every once in awhile you hear stories of pro fighters who, even as kids, loved to mix it up. John Gunderson, though a born scrapper, wasn’t one of those kids. Yeah, he was always in a fight, but the way it felt to him was that he needed to be just to survive.

Meet “The Ultimate Fighter 11” cast: Florida firefighter James Hammortree

Most people would consider locking themselves in a cage with another man
hellbent on inflicting as much damage on you as possible just a wee bit
crazy.

And most people would probably also consider rushing into a burning
building for a living a bit risky, as well.

Not James Hammortree (5-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC). He does both.


Most people would consider locking themselves in a cage with another man
hellbent on inflicting as much damage on you as possible just a wee bit
crazy.

And most people would probably also consider rushing into a burning
building for a living a bit risky, as well.

Not James Hammortree (5-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC). He does both.


Jason “Mayhem” Miller vs. Tim Stout added to “Strikeforce: Nashville” prelims

A middleweight bout between Jason “Mayhem” Miller (22-7 MMA, 0-1 SF) and
Nashville, Tenn.-based fighter Tim Stout (9-7 MMA, 0-0 SF) has been
tapped to replace a slot reserved for heavyweight Bobby Lashley on the
CBS-televised “Strikeforce: Nashville.”

A source close to Stout confirmed to MMAjunkie.com today that both parties have agreed to the fight and bout agreements
will be issued shortly.

If approved by the Tennessee Athletic Commission, Miller vs. Stout will
be the final non-televised bout of the April 17 event and may air on
tape delay during the televised portion of the two-hour broadcast, which
begins at 8 p.m. ET.


A middleweight bout between Jason “Mayhem” Miller (22-7 MMA, 0-1 SF) and
Nashville, Tenn.-based fighter Tim Stout (9-7 MMA, 0-0 SF) has been
tapped to replace a slot reserved for heavyweight Bobby Lashley on the
CBS-televised “Strikeforce: Nashville.”

A source close to Stout confirmed to MMAjunkie.com today that both parties have agreed to the fight and bout agreements
will be issued shortly.

If approved by the Tennessee Athletic Commission, Miller vs. Stout will
be the final non-televised bout of the April 17 event and may air on
tape delay during the televised portion of the two-hour broadcast, which
begins at 8 p.m. ET.


Nine-bout fight card for “Strikeforce: Nashville” official for April 17

With just less than two weeks until Strikeforce makes its return to
network television with “Strikeforce: Nashville,” the promotion today
announced five preliminary bouts previously reported by MMAjunkie.com.

Noticeably absent from the new bouts was heavyweight Bobby Lashley (5-0
MMA, 1-0 SF), who had been in discussions for a potential fight at the
event.

Featuring a trio of title fights, “Strikeforce: Nashville” takes place
April 17 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn., and airs on CBS.


With just less than two weeks until Strikeforce makes its return to
network television with “Strikeforce: Nashville,” the promotion today
announced five preliminary bouts previously reported by MMAjunkie.com.

Noticeably absent from the new bouts was heavyweight Bobby Lashley (5-0
MMA, 1-0 SF), who had been in discussions for a potential fight at the
event.

Featuring a trio of title fights, “Strikeforce: Nashville” takes place
April 17 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn., and airs on CBS.