Latest MMA News (Week 2 July 2019)

Germaine de Randamie wishes to fight Amanda Nunes once more

Germaine de Randamie would cherish an opportunity to fight Amanda Nunes again. In an interview prior to her controversial bout against Aspen Ladd, the former champ when asked if she would sign a contract to fight Nunes, instantly replied yes. Germaine went on to say that it would be an honor to fight Amanda again in the cage and try and redeem herself.

The last time these two squared off, Nunes won via a first round stoppage. But the match was way back in 2013 and de Randamie feels that it would be a very different result if they met in the cage now. The former feather weight champ went on to say that she won’t be as easily taken down this time as before. She has changed and has been in a lot of fights since then and their match would indeed be a great one. De Randamie has nothing but utmost respect for Amanda and believes she has what it takes to beat the champ.

 

Greg Hardy lays claim to be the greatest sports heavyweight of all time

Former NFL pro turned mixed martial artist Greg Hardy has been in the midst of controversies ever since his NFL days. The man has had domestic violence charges in the past which made the NFL to force him out. But what comes rather shocking is that UFC is willing to promote a man with such a history. Hardy however says that football is now behind him and he is fully focused on fighting.

In an interview with ESPN, Hardy said that his goal once was to get back into the field but now things have changed and he is quite pleased to have received a warm welcome in the world of fighting. Hardy said that he aims to claim the title even though with just five bouts under his belt, Hardy is not letting his ambitions down. The former NFL star even claimed he has a love for boxing and one day might just put on the gloves even. According to Hardy he wants to become the greatest combat sports heavy weight of all time.

 

Dan Lambert holds no malice for Robbie Lawler

Robbie Lawler’s sudden departure from ATT, seemed confusing and surprising to many. Colby Covington came out and revealed that the team had put up a photo with Tyron Woodley, who had defeated Lawler and took the title from him.

Dan Lambert, owner of ATT, recently revealed that he holds no ill feelings towards Lawler for leaving the promotion and joining Hard Knocks 365. Lambert instead said that his focus is on the current roster of incredibly talented fighters.