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Nick Hein: 'Don't underestimate the crazy Germans'

UFC lightweight Nick Hein talks about his move from Judo to MMA and his busy life surrounding the sport.

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Judo Grand Prix Samsun 2014: Day 1 Final Block

The second half of back-to-back Judo Grand Prix weekends heads to Turkey, all the finals will stream live right here on Bloody Elbow.

Video: Judo Gene LeBell Vs. Milo Savage

Roots of Fight celebrates martial arts icon "Judo" Gene LeBell with a short film and accompanying t-shirt on the anniversary of what is considered the first televised MMA contest in history against boxer Milo Savage in Salt Lake City on Dec. 2, 1963.

MMA Fan's Guide to Grappling: Judo

T.P. Grant continues his look at what the different grappling arts mean in MMA, this time looking at the martial art of Ronda Rousey, Judo.

Gods of War: Gokor Chivichyan

One of the finest grapplers to come out the Caucasus, Gokor Chivichyan grew up in the grappling obsessed former Soviet nation of Armenia to become possibly the most complete grappler in the world.

Lesbian Olympian tells gays to shut up

Former Olympic athlete Lauren Meece, who competed in Judo in 2000, is angry about some perceived push by gays to get Olympic athletes to come out, and she wants gays to shut up. She wrote a column...

The Forgotten Golden Age of MMA - Part II

Cageside Featured Guest Columnist John S. Nash brings us part two of a fascinating four-part series shining a gas light on the forgotten golden age of mixed martial arts, an age that existed during the Belle Époque.

MMA: Nothing more than professional wrestling

Cageside Guest Columnist John S. Nash brings us another feature edition of The Martial Chronicles. In this edition, we learn exactly why it is that MMA's in all actuality really nothing more than professional wrestling.

UFC modeled after Rocky Balboa type of Tough Guys?

Cageside Guest Columnist John S. Nash brings us another edition from his archives, The Martial Chronicles: Before Fighting Was Ultimate It Was Super. READ ALL ABOUT IT!

Kayla Harrison, 2012 Olympic judo gold medalist, rings the NASDAQ opening bell on August 14, 2012....

Kayla Harrison, 2012 Olympic judo gold medalist, rings the NASDAQ opening bell on August 14, 2012. She is the first ever American to win an Olympic gold in judo and is currently #1 ranked in the world, as well as a 2010 world champion.

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