Mixed martial arts is a full-contact combat sport that combines tactics from numerous fighting sports and martial arts from across the world. It is based on striking, grappling, and ground fighting. Cage fighting or ultimate fighting are some names for it.
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) appears to be gaining popularity among sports fans, fights that are widely publicised can attract as much media interest as any major sporting event like football.
Betting on MMA appears to be well structured with a wide range of outcomes and several sectors within the fight to choose from. When it comes to MMA betting, there is a lot more to consider than it comes to boxing. If you are looking for some sport bookies to place your bets with, then our team of expert and passionate gamblers have got you covered.
Who are the three most Iconic Fighters of all time?
The Russian MMA fighter known as "The Eagle of Dagestan," is without a doubt the best lightweight fighter to ever compete in the octagon. The Russian fighter has never lost an MMA encounter in his career, with 29 victories and only two rounds lost in those victories. He began fighting in 2008 and stopped in 2021 because of the passing of his father, he couldn't continue fighting without his father watching him on the side and the fighter promised his mother that he would not return to the ring.
Conor McGregor is a social media and trash-talking celebrity. Aside from all the showboating, McGregor is unquestionably a top-tier fighter. His left hand is one of the best in the sport's history, and if he can get back on track, he'll be much higher on this list by March 2021 than he is now.
McGregor is best known for knocking out Jose Aldo in the first 13 seconds of their fight, which set the record for the fastest UFC title battle ever. Triumphs over Max Holloway, Chad Mendes, Nate Diaz, and Eddie Alvarez are among his other notable victories. Conor was also the first athlete in UFC history to defend two titles at the same time.
Georges 'Rush' St-Pierre is recognised as one of the all-time great welterweights. The Canadian has successfully defended his title twelve times.
Georges St-Pierre has defeated noteworthy names such as Matt Hughes, Nick Diaz, Carlos Condit, and BJ Penn. He was the world's number one welterweight for many years, and the Canadian fighter had the most championship wins and the second-longest cumulative title streak. With a record of 26 victories and two losses, he retired in February 2019. Matt Hughes in 2004 and Matt Serra in 2007 were the fighters who defeated him both times.