As his career draws to a close, the legendary Shogun Rua ponders his legacy

When it comes to the idea of ​​the “end of an era”, this is usually not the case. The phrase is thrown around way too lightly, especially in MMA. But the next few weeks will indeed be one for MMA, and in particular for that loose label given to the early to mid-2000s: the Pride … Read more

Close fight Raquel Pennington comes out ahead of Kathleen Vieira

Ketlen Vieira and Raquel Pennington UFC Vegas 67 weigh-ins Credit: Eddie Law/Cageside Press Women’s bantamweight action with obvious but unofficial title implications saw No. 2-ranked Kathleen Vieira take on former title contender No. 5-ranked Raquel Pennington at UFC Vegas 67. The winner will almost certainly be in the running for Amanda Nunes’ next title defense. … Read more

Close to reaching the debt ceiling, the government needs to win over Republicans in the House of Representatives

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen wants Congress to quickly raise the federal debt limit to avoid bankruptcy. House Republicans say they will use the negotiations to win concessions on government spending.

“This one feels pretty close to a service”

Jay Perine, UFC 278 weigh-ins Credit: Eddie Law/Cageside Press Jay Perrin hasn’t seen the easiest road in the UFC so far. After a short bout with Mario Bautista, he got tough Chinese prospect Qileng Aori in his second bout. Although the results weren’t what he envisioned, Perrin believes his entertaining performances have earned him recognition … Read more

Sullivan Cowley says Bellator 288 opponent ‘didn’t fight anyone close to me’

Light heavyweight prospect Sullivan Cowley (4-0) has spent his entire Bellator MMA career and enters pro fight number five firing on all cylinders. “I’m definitely settling in and getting used to this process. It seems to be going a lot smoother now,” Cowley told Cageside Press during Bellator 288 media day this week. The Arizona-based … Read more

Congressman Bass was elected mayor of Los Angeles in a close and contested race

Congresswoman Karen Bass was elected mayor of Los Angeles, making her the first woman and the second African-American woman to lead the city. The race was dominated by voters’ concerns about homelessness.

As the vote counting continues, both houses of Congress remain too close to call

As votes continue to be counted, it is too early to know which party will control either house of Congress. So far, the results haven’t given Republicans big gains in the House.

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