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The Martial Chronicles: Fighting Like a Girl-Pt 2

Cageside Guest Columnist John S. Nash brings us another feature edition of his fascinating series chronicling the origins of MMA. This time, we take a second look at women's prizefighting...

Martial Chronicle: 1913: women's lib & jiu jitsu

As the UFC counts down to its first ever women's fight, a century before women were literally fighting in the streets of London for their rights.

All-In Down Under

Before there was MMA in the United States there was Vale Tudo in Brazil. And before that? Well there was boxing legend Sam McVea taking part in "all-in fighting" in Australia.

The Martial Chronicles: Paris vs. London

John S. Nash is back with another version of The Martial Chronicles, this time looking at L'Idole de Paris versus the Fraud of London in 1908

The Martial Chronicles: In the trenches

On Veteran's Day, John S. Nash looks back at the hand-to-hand combat of World War I.

The Olympic History of Catch Wrestling

The Martial Chronicles looks at the forgotten history of Catch-As-Catch-Can at the Summer Games

Before Fighting Was Ultimate It Was Super

Would you be a fan of the UFC is it was called Super instead of Ultimate? The forgotten but true story of the first MMA league in the United States. The Martial Chronicles: Before Fighting was Ultimate It was Super

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