The most prolific fighter in Bellator MMA history may have nailed down another shot at the undisputed lightweight championship.
Yoel Romero was not the first fighter to bet on himself and win big under short-notice circumstances, nor will he be the last, writes Edward Carbajal.
The 24-year-old American Top Team bantamweight has raced out to a 6-0 record with five finishes since turning professional in 2014.
Explosive finishes have always been a big part of MMA’s appeal and UFC 221 was a reminder of what still exists to be tapped, writes Todd Martin.
Sherdog columnist Zach Arnold examines the ongoing issues with the scale in mixed martial arts and lays out potential solutions for the situation.
Yoel Romero can end a fight in the blink of an eye.