WWE set to become bigger and better in 2015

The WWE is the biggest entertainment business in history of sports all over the world. Every year there is something new that the organizers and the business planners have to offer. The people all over the world have appreciated their efforts throughout the world and it is of no surprise that they have become the greatest grosser as far as the television rights are concerned. The 2015 season of WWE is also tipped to be one of the best ever. A number of veteran superstars have already returned to the ring. It involves the much feared Brock Lesnar and the evergreen Chris Jericho.

Swanson Outpoints Stephens in UFC Main .

Cub Swanson’s fans must be in a great mood of late as their favorite fighter came up with a remarkable win beating Jeremy Stephens at a very amusing UFC Main fight.

After the 2nd round of the fight, Swanson asked his coach (Jackson) on whether he would work to turn the things up.
“He said, I would like that”, said Swanson while stressing on his conversations with coach Greg during the fight.

Holly Frost brings in the ‘Bronze’

As you know, Taekwondo is a type of martial art that has originated from Korea. It is a blend of combat and self-defence techniques and it is practiced as a sport as well as a method of staying fit. Taekwondo has evolved from taekkyeon, Okinawan Karate and other similar traditions.

Pettis still has Aldo super fight dreams

Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC’s Lightweight Championship holder Anthony Pettis is currently nursing an injury but he remains hopeful that a super fight against the UFC Featherweight Championship holder Jose Aldo can be worked at some time in the near future.

Pettis is currently targeting a return to action in the summer of 2014 as he remains on the shelf after undergoing surgery on his injured knee while Jose Aldo will be taking on the challenge of Ricardo Lamas in the co-main event of UFC 169 for the UFC Featherweight Championship.

Bisping could face Ronaldo Souza

Perennial Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC’s Middleweight contender Michael Bisping is set to face Mark Munoz at UFC Fight Night 30 at home in Manchester, England in October and the Englishman believes a thumping win would put him in prime position to challenge the new UFC Middleweight champion Chris Weidman for the title.