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Newly Released Top 10 MMA Rankings Reveal Some Not So Surprising Results


Last week saw the release of a no-nonsense rankings list breaking down the top ten MMA fighters in each weight division, including top female fighters of the moment. Most of the names at the top of the list may not be absolute shockers but it's still darn interesting to glance over the various classes and remember (or imagine) various match-ups.

This is one of the most carefully considered lists you can find on MMA fighters, taking various factors into consideration including fighters performance as well as difficulty of opponents. One interesting item of note: Fighters currently undergoing drug-related suspensions are considered ineligible until time that they have had one fight after the time of their suspension.

Continue reading to see the list in its entirety.

via (Yahoo!Sports)
Martial Arts 80's Style In Newest Double Dragon Gameplay Video!


For those of us that grew up in the eighties, it was a magical time. Filled with brilliant Saturday morning cartoons and the beginnings of what would be become legendary video game franchises, it's a decade that can put a smile on my face quicker than a crane kick from Daniel LaRusso.

If you're one of the unfortunate few that didn't get to experience the amazing martial arts brawl-fest that was Double Dragon in either its arcade or it's NES incarnation, then you owe it to yourself to give this re-boot of the classic franchise a look.

Clearly inspired by the aforementioned Decade of Decadence, Double Dragon Neon seeks to bring a radical new take on a video game series that deserves an overhaul.

Check out the video which features footage from this year's E3 demo and let us know if you're a fan of the series or if you'll be there to play this new, neon edition when it arrived on Xbox Live Arcade later this year.
Fifteen Minutes Of Gameplay Footage From Sleeping Dogs Should Fill That Martial Arts Action Craving For Today


Some gamers look at a game like the upcoming martial arts inspired Sleeping Dogs and know immediately whether or not they'll have fun playing it. For the rest of us, there's good old fashioned gameplay footage to fill in the gaps.

While we've seen plenty of carefully crafted trailers that have shown some in-game footage, it's always revealing to see a live run-through of any soon-to-be-released game. So if you've been on the fence with this title or even if this is your first time hearing about it, check out some of the footage above and let us know what you think!
Live-Action Street Fighter Dice Rolled Once Again


Okay, so now that San Diego Comic-Con 2012 is officially over, we can finally start sifting through the mounting of news. First little pearl of fun on the radar? Try the announcement of a Street Fighter live action web series that will hit the internets at some point next year.

Tentatively titled Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist, the series is set to reveal the rich back-stories behind many of your favorite world fighters. Hopefully, this time next year, Street Fighter fans will have something they can look at rather pride, rather than sad disappointment.

Continue reading to find a link to the Street Fighter Fan Film that helped make the new series possible.

(via Heavy)
Kevin Eastman Vouches For New Ninja Turtles Reboot
In a recent interview with MTV Kevin Eastman, creator of the beloved ninja mutant teens, loosed some general-opinion-defying remarks about new Ninja Turtles reboot being headed by Explosion King Michael Bay.

Eastman is quoted as saying: “From what I've seen, it's easily the best Turtle movie yet. We're talking Raid: Redemption-style fight scenes; we're talking about epic Rise of the Planet of the Apes sort of effects."

Whether or not the Turtle creator is the most unbiased source when it comes to the Turtles will remain to be seen. Still, his comments may help substantiate the previous rumors which cited The Raid: Redemption as a serious influence on the fight choreography of the new film. Plus, we all know how amazing the CGI was in Rise of the Planet of the Apes.

So maybe things are looking up after all?

(via Complex.com)

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