Gilbert Melendez remembers his first fight with Tatsuya Kawajiri, but if the Japanese fighter thinks he's facing the same guy on Saturday night, he's sorely
Despite putting no specific time into training in a cage, Tatsuya Kawajiri is confident that he has grown enough as a fighter to avenge his
Strikeforce lightweight champion Gilbert Melendez has said several times over past few months that he believes he is the top 155lb fighter in the world,
Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Daley on April 9, 2011, at Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California.
Listen to the full Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Daley prefight conference call with Nick Diaz, Paul Daley, Gilbert Melendez, and Tatsuya Kawajiri fielding questions from the
Tatsuya Kawajiri will still be facing Gilbert Melendez on April 9 with the Strikeforce lightweight title on the line.
The second half of Strikeforce's World Heavyweight Grand Prix is on the move to June 18 in Dallas, while Strikeforce champions Nick Diaz and Gilbert
Gilbert Melendez believes he's the No. 1 lightweight in the world, and to prove it he doesn't want any draws or even to get knocked
Strikeforce is currently in discussions to bring Tatsuya Kawajiri over from Japan to challenge lightweight champion Gilbert Melendez for the belt.
Josh Thomson discusses the short notice fight he has against Tatsuya Kawajiri in Dynamite!, the advantage many Japanese fighters have in these situations, and the
Josh Thomson isn't worried about if he's going to get a third fight with Gilbert Melendez, only when it's going to happen because according to
Josh Thomson is putting the final touches on his brief camp to prepare for a New Year's Even showdown against Tatsuya Kawajiri, but that wasn't
Strikeforce lightweight Josh Thomson will travel to Japan on New Year's Eve to meet Tatsuya Kawajiri in a bout on the year end Dynamite!! show.
The proposed rematch between Strikeforce champion Gilbert Melendez and Dream champion Shinya Aoki will not happen on New Year's Eve in Japan as originally rumored.
In a bizarre turn of events in Osaka, Japan, Joachim Hansen became the Dream lightweight champion stopping Shinya Aoki in front of an energized crowd
MMAWeekly's photo gallery and full review from Pride's biggest show of the year...
After an exciting night of fights, the results are in with some big finishes and many fighters establishing themselves...