Inside you'll find https://mmainsight.com's end of year awards, offering up our winners in a variety of categories including 'Fight Of The Year' and 'Event Of The Year'.
Veteran heavyweight fighter Josh Barnett was the special guest on the latest edition of 'The Joe Rogan Experience' podcast the other day and you can check out the full three hour show via the video below.
With Strikeforce having now officially confirmed that their last ever event will takes place on January 12th, the UFC's roster is set to be significantly bolstered and the matchmakers have been busy lining up some of the incoming talent with their first fights in the Octagon.
Here's something straight out of left field - UFC middleweight fighter Ed Herman will cross over to Strikeforce for their last ever event to take on former champion Ronaldo 'Jacare' Souza.
Watch Rory MacDonald's post-fight interview after an impressive win over BJ Penn at 'UFC On FOX 5'.
Well folks, it looks like we're definitely going to get our money's worth from Strikeforce's last ever show on January 12th with the latest addition being Ronaldo 'Jacare' Souza Vs Lorenz Larkin.
Strikeforce remain determined to put on a major event in January for their last ever show despite injuries to Gilbert Melendez and Luke Rockhold, and after yesterday adding Josh Barnett to the card they've now added two more meaningful bouts to the card featuring Roger Gracie, Ryan Couture and KJ Noons.
Heavyweight star Josh Barnett will take part in Strikeforce's last ever event on January 12th, taking on newcomer Nandor Guelmino.
With lightweight champion Gilbert Melendez confirmed to be missing out on an appearance at Strikeforce's final event on January 12th, his intended opponent Pat Healy now has a new opponent.
Strikeforce's plans for one final mega-event in January before they bring the curtain down on the promotion have been rocked by the news that middleweight champion Luke Rockhold is injured, while lightweight title holder Gilbert Melendez is also reported to be out.
Hot on the heels of the news that female superstar Ronda Rousey has become the first woman ever to sign for the UFC, one of her biggest rivals Miesha Tate has confirmed that she too will now fight for the sport's No.1 organization.
Celebrity site TMZ.com is tonight claiming that Strikeforce is set to fold in January after one last show, while Ronda Rousey is set to sign up to become the UFC's first ever female fighter (Story updated).
Strikeforce are coming out with all guns blazing for their January 12th event with a third title fight now being added to the line-up that sees Gilbert Melendez take on Pat Healy, while Daniel Cormier is also on the card.
Despite having cancelled their last two events it appears that Strikeforce are not yet ready to throw in the towel as they are currently working on their first show for next year which will take place on January 12th.
For many years UFC president Dana White has had a strong stance against woman's mixed martial arts coming to the sport's leading organization, but after witnessing Ronda Rousey's rapid rise to superstardom he's now ready to give them the green light to compete inside the Octagon.