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'Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Cyborg' Post-Fight Thoughts: Diaz tested, Jacare, Walker impress

Strikeforce's first big effort of 2011 was a success, producing four solid, exciting bouts in San Jose.

Is Nick Diaz As Good As We Think He Is?

Is Nick Diaz Really That Good?

Are Herschel Walker's media returns diminishing for Strikeforce?

it seems media interest in Herschel Walker's fights are diminishing. Can Strikeforce justify using card space on him if he isn't bringing in media interest.

What's next for UFC Fight for the Troops 2 winners?

What's next for UFC Fight for the Troops 2 winners in their next bouts? MMAForReal.com's Matt Bishop breaks down the potential future matchups.

UFC Fight for the Troops 2 Aftermath: Can Guillard challenge for UFC title?

Can Melvin Guillard make an impact near the top of the UFC lightweight division following his impressive win over Evan Dunham at UFC Fight for the Troops 2?

UFC Fight for the Troops 2 Aftermath: Hominick should present Aldo with toughest test yet

Both Mark Hominick and Jose Aldo will be each other's toughest fight yet when they meet, likely at UFC 129.

What has happened to Strikeforce's women's divisions?

After months of inactivity and no fight announcements pending, the question must be asked again: What is Strikeforce doing with its women's divisions?

Strikeforce misses the point: Perception is everything

Strikeforce's Heavyweight Grand Prix is good, but could be better if its heavyweight title was being defended in the tournament.

Tweaks to Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix Don't Affect Intrigue of Tournament

Tweaks to Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix Don't Affect Intrigue of Tournament

'Strikeforce Challengers 13' a card worth watching

There many intriguing prospects on Friday's "Strikeforce Challengers 13" card from Nashville. Strikeforce has made this a must-watch show.

Chael Sonnen's Guilty Plea Is More Damning of the UFC Than Him

Chael Sonnen's Guilty Plea Is More Damning of the UFC Than Him

What's Next For UFC 125 Winners?

What's next for UFC 125 winners in their next bouts? MMAForReal.com's Matt Bishop breaks down the potential future matchups.

UFC 125 Reaction: White made right call to book Edgar-Maynard rematch

After going to an intriguing and gripping draw in the main event of UFC 125, Dana White made the right call by having Frankie Edgar and Gray Maynard meet one more time.

MMA For Real UFC 125 Staff Predictions

Frankie Edgar will defend his UFC lightweight title for the second time when he faces Gray Maynard in the main event of UFC 125. The four MMA For Real prognosticators are split with two pick Maynard to win the title while two predict Edgar to retain.

With Cain Velasquez Out, How Will the UFC Heavyweight Division Take Shape in 2011?

With Cain Velasquez Out, How Will the UFC Heavyweight Division Take Shape in 2011?

Non-UFC Divisional Roundup: The Lightweights

Non-UFC Division Roundup: The Lightweights

Non-UFC Divisional Roundup: The Welterweights

Non-UFC Divisional Roundup: The Welterweights

Non-UFC Divisional Roundup: The Middleweights

Non-UFC Divisional Roundup: The Middleweights

What will become of Dominick Cruz in the UFC?

Can Dominick Cruz be successful in the UFC with his polarizing style or will the fans revolt with a string of 25-minute fights?

WEC 53 Aftermath: It's 'Showtime' as Pettis closes out WEC in style

Anthony Pettis will forever more be known for "The Kick." But if it wasn't for his sweep of Ben Henderson late, he never would've had the chance to fire off what now is one of MMA's most famous moves.

MMA For Real WEC 53 Staff Predictions

World Extreme Cagefighting's final show will take place Thursday night and is headlined by a WEC lightweight title bout between Ben Henderson and Anthony Pettis. Both MMA For Real staffers pick Henderson to retain his championship.

Non-UFC Divisional Roundup: The Light-Heavyweights

Non-UFC Divisional Roundup: The Light-Heavyweights

Remembering World Extreme Cagefighting

MMA For Real staffers share their favorite WEC memories from the promotion's existence.

Non-UFC Divisional Roundup: The Heavyweights

Non-UFC Divisional Roundup: The Heavyweights

What's Next For UFC 124 Winners?

We discuss what's next for Georges St. Pierre and the four other main card winners from Saturday's UFC 124.

UFC 124 Aftermath: Is 'GSP' the best in the world if he isn't finishing fights?

Georges St. Pierre has proven himself as the best mixed martial artist in the world with skill and domination, but is he held back by not finishing fights?

3 Stars: 'UFC 124: St. Pierre vs. Koscheck'

Mac Danzig kept his job and earned No. 1 star honors for UFC 124 with his first-round knockout of Joe Stevenson.

MMA For Real UFC 124 Staff Predictions

All four MMA For Real staffers believe Georges St. Pierre will retain his UFC welterweight champion against Josh Koscheck on Saturday at Bell Centre in Montreal. Read their thoughts on that fight, plus the other four main card bouts.

UFC 124 Preview: Georges St. Pierre vs. Josh Koscheck

Georges St. Pierre will look to make his fifth successful title defense when he faces Josh Koscheck in the main event of UFC 124 on Saturday. We preview the fight.

UFC 124 Preview: Georges St. Pierre vs. Josh Koscheck Could Be GSP's Last Chance To Prove He Isn't a "Boring" Fighter

UFC 124 Preview: Georges St. Pierre vs. Josh Koscheck Could Be GSP's Last Chance To Prove He Isn't a "Boring" Fighter

UFC 124 Preview: If Georges St. Pierre Beats Josh Koscheck, Is He MMA's Greatest Fighter?

UFC 124 Preview: If Georges St. Pierre Beats Josh Koscheck, Is He MMA's Greatest Fighter?

Divisional Dissection: UFC Welterweights

There's no division like the UFC welterweight division. There's a dominant champion and seemingly a hundred people "in the mix."