Strikeforce exec says “Mayhem” Miller acted on his own, should have expected fallout

While “Strikeforce: Nashville” had a few interesting developments,
including Jake Shields’ upset win over Dan Henderson and the historic
matchup of champion vs. champion, Saturday night’s event will ultimately
be remembered for one thing: the post-fight brawl.

The ugly, CBS-broadcast melee undoubtedly marred what had been a
relatively ho-hum night up to that point.

But at the evening’s post-event press conference, Strikeforce CEO Scott
Coker made one thing perfectly clear: the organization had nothing to do
with Jason “Mayhem” Miller’s presence in the cage. In fact, Coker said
Miller should have been able to see the brawl coming.


While “Strikeforce: Nashville” had a few interesting developments,
including Jake Shields’ upset win over Dan Henderson and the historic
matchup of champion vs. champion, Saturday night’s event will ultimately
be remembered for one thing: the post-fight brawl.

The ugly, CBS-broadcast melee undoubtedly marred what had been a
relatively ho-hum night up to that point.

But at the evening’s post-event press conference, Strikeforce CEO Scott
Coker made one thing perfectly clear: the organization had nothing to do
with Jason “Mayhem” Miller’s presence in the cage. In fact, Coker said
Miller should have been able to see the brawl coming.


Brawl After “Strikeforce: Nashville” Brings Smiles To Dana White’s Face

UFC president Dana White was eating crow all week after his middleweight superstar, Anderson Silva, made a mockery out of the organization’s most monumental show. Time heals all wounds and thankfully for Octagon brass, they only had to wait a week for the “Strikeforce: Nashville” circus to roll into MMA’s town.
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Brawl After “Strikeforce: Nashville” Brings Smiles To Dana White’s Face

UFC president Dana White was eating crow all week after his middleweight superstar, Anderson Silva, made a mockery out of the organization’s most monumental show. Time heals all wounds and thankfully for Octagon brass, they only had to wait a week for the “Strikeforce: Nashville” circus to roll into MMA’s town.
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Brawl After “Strikeforce: Nashville” Brings Smiles To Dana White’s Face

Strikeforce’s Herschel Walker will fight again, letting trainers decide when

When then-47-year-old former pro footballer Herschel Walker stepped into a Strikeforce cage in January, many MMA observers
felt it was probably a one-time affair.

After all, the “Strikeforce: Miami” card he competed in was held in
conjunction with the NFL’s Super Bowl, and Walker was no stranger to the
media circuit in the weeks building up to the fight. It looked like a move driven largely by publicity.

And though his performance garnered some mixed reviews, Walker was
victorious. Now 48 years old, Walker said he’s ready to do it all again.


When then-47-year-old former pro footballer Herschel Walker stepped into a Strikeforce cage in January, many MMA observers
felt it was probably a one-time affair.

After all, the “Strikeforce: Miami” card he competed in was held in
conjunction with the NFL’s Super Bowl, and Walker was no stranger to the
media circuit in the weeks building up to the fight. It looked like a move driven largely by publicity.

And though his performance garnered some mixed reviews, Walker was
victorious. Now 48 years old, Walker said he’s ready to do it all again.


Defining The Dragon Machidas Most Memorable Moments

Thomas Gerbasi, UFC – One of the light heavyweight division’s most highly anticipated rematches takes place at Montreal’s Bell Centre on Saturday, May 8th, when champion Lyoto Machida defends his crown against Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua. The first bout saw Machida pushed to the edge before he emerged victorious via five round decision, and it was certainly one of ‘The Dragon’s career defining moments. What were the rest? Read on to find out.

Thomas Gerbasi, UFC – One of the light heavyweight division’s most highly anticipated rematches takes place at Montreal’s Bell Centre on Saturday, May 8th, when champion Lyoto Machida defends his crown against Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua. The first bout saw Machida pushed to the edge before he emerged victorious via five round decision, and it was certainly one of ‘The Dragon’s career defining moments. What were the rest? Read on to find out.

Icemans Understudy Preps for Primetime

Frank Curreri, UFC – For years Antonio Banuelos has lived in the gargantuan shadow of close friend Chuck Liddell, and the fiercely loyal understudy has never given it a second thought.

Frank Curreri, UFC – For years Antonio Banuelos has lived in the gargantuan shadow of close friend Chuck Liddell, and the fiercely loyal understudy has never given it a second thought.

Champ Jake Shields and Strikeforce CEO mum on possible contract renewal

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Will Jake Shields re-sign with Strikeforce, or as he’s previously discussed, test the free-agency waters and explore options outside the promotion, possibly with the Ultimate Fighting Championship?

Following Shields’ first title defense of his middleweight belt and arguably the biggest win of his career, the Cesar Gracie-trained fighter is no closer to sharing an answer.

But with a unanimous-decision win over UFC import Dan Henderson following a near-disastrous first round, Shields is sitting pretty with plenty of bargaining chips and more value than he’s ever had.


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Will Jake Shields re-sign with Strikeforce, or as he’s previously discussed, test the free-agency waters and explore options outside the promotion, possibly with the Ultimate Fighting Championship?

Following Shields’ first title defense of his middleweight belt and arguably the biggest win of his career, the Cesar Gracie-trained fighter is no closer to sharing an answer.

But with a unanimous-decision win over UFC import Dan Henderson following a near-disastrous first round, Shields is sitting pretty with plenty of bargaining chips and more value than he’s ever had.