Dave Tice

  • Cutting the Competition

    Cutting the Competition

    Dave Tice, Featured Writers, MMA September 12, 2014 at 8:57 pm 0 comments

    When it comes to any sport, gaining an edge can go a long way. For high performance athletes an edge is not only important, it can be a key factor in winning and losing.  Because of this fact athletes can go to great lengths to obtain an edge, and the […]

     
  • Buy, Borrow, or Bust: UFC 177

    Buy, Borrow, or Bust: UFC 177

    Dave Tice, Featured Writers, MMA August 29, 2014 at 8:03 am 0 comments

    Wait a minute, what happened to UFC 176? It’s that time again for another addition of Buy, Borrow, or Bust. And since the “postponement” of UFC 176 (whatever that truly means), I’m back to breakdown another PPV to help you with the hard decisions.  By this time you should know […]

     
  • All the Hype, None of the Payoff

    All the Hype, None of the Payoff

    Dave Tice, Featured Writers, MMA August 13, 2014 at 11:45 pm 0 comments

    This has got to stop. There is no other way to put it. Another injury, another PPV in the scratch column, and the UFC now needs some serious damage control. With the news of Jon Jones’ torn meniscus forcing the champ out of his UFC 178 bout with Daniel Cormier, […]

     
  • Breaking Barriers

    Breaking Barriers

    Dave Tice, Featured Writers, MMA July 25, 2014 at 11:59 pm 0 comments

    It’s hard to argue that male based professional sports have always been more marketable than their female counterparts. Though events like the Olympics and the World Cup have seen female sports on a more even footing with the men, there has yet to be a sport that successfully place women […]

     
  • MMA Vs. PED’s – The Real Main Event

    MMA Vs. PED’s – The Real Main Event

    Dave Tice, Featured Writers, MMA July 10, 2014 at 11:37 pm 0 comments

    As the self-entitled “Bad Guy” of MMA, Chael Sonnen has always found his way into his share of sticky situations. For those not familiar Chael’s backstory, let’s just say he has been through it all. From a conviction for money laundering when he was a real estate agent to testing […]

     
  • Buy, Borrow, or Bust – UFC 175

    Buy, Borrow, or Bust – UFC 175

    Dave Tice, Featured Writers, MMA July 2, 2014 at 11:08 pm 0 comments

    We are back for yet another edition of Buy, Borrow, or Bust. For those who never read this before, let me quickly explain how it works. I spilt this article into three segments. These segments are why you should buy this card, why you should borrow this card (by letting […]

     
  • Buy, Borrow, or Bust- UFC 174

    Buy, Borrow, or Bust- UFC 174

    Dave Tice, Featured Writers, MMA June 13, 2014 at 1:35 am 0 comments

    Welcome back to another addition of Buy, Borrow, or Bust. For those who missed last PPV’s version of article, the concept is fairly simple. I spilt this article into three segments. These segments are why you should buy this card, why you should borrow this card (by letting a friend […]

     
  • Buy, Bust, or Borrow- UFC 173

    Buy, Bust, or Borrow- UFC 173

    Dave Tice, Featured Writers, MMA May 21, 2014 at 10:26 pm 0 comments

    Welcome to a new article I like to call Buy, Borrow, or Bust. When it comes to UFC PPV’s, it’s hard to decide which ones may be worth your time. Since there’s at least one big PPV a month, a more casual fan may need to pick and choose which […]

     
  • Fighters and Social Media: The Good, Bad, and the Ugly

    Fighters and Social Media: The Good, Bad, and the Ugly

    Dave Tice, Featured Writers, MMA May 9, 2014 at 8:13 am 0 comments

    How do you feel about Instagram? How about Facebook or Twitter? For many, social media has opened the door to a new expression of our thoughts, feelings, and moods. No matter if you use it or not, and let’s face it most of us do, social media has changed the […]

     
  • Show Me The Money

    Show Me The Money

    Dave Tice, Featured Writers, MMA April 24, 2014 at 10:06 am 0 comments

    When it comes to the average perception of a professional athlete, the term “rich” or “well off” can be a common description when referring to their financial state. The problem that comes with this statement is that it’s based on the top tier athletes of the sport. Every year, you […]