Still undefeated at 6-0, UFC strawweight Cynthia Calvillo discussed her rise in her first year with the promotion and explained why she thinks Carla Esparza won’t be able to get into her comfort zone when they do battle.
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken go over how the Raiders are preparing for their final game and the future of Todd Downing.
At UFC 219 media day, Carlos Condit says he’s come further in the sport than he ever imagined and explains why he chose to make a comeback after contemplating retirement.
Vegas Nation Red Zone video host Bryan Salmond and NFL writer Gilbert Manzano discuss the Raiders matchup on New Year’s Eve against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Covering the Cage hosts Adam Hill and Heidi Fang preview UFC 219 including Cris Cyborg and Holly Holm.
Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Holly Holm will challenge Cris Cyborg for the featherweight belt on Dec. 30 at UFC 219. At media day, she explained why there’s more pressure ahead of this fight than there was when she fought Ronda Rousey.
Edson Barboza says if he beats Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 219, that he should be in line to get a shot at facing interim UFC lightweight champion Tony Ferguson.
UFC lightweight Khabib Nurmagomedov has faced adversity since being hospitalized ahead of UFC 209 as the result of a poor weight cut. Ahead of UFC 219, “The Eagle” says all that matters is that he believes in himself.
Ahead of making her first title defense at UFC 219, UFC women’s featherweight champion Cris “Cyborg” Justino says that facing Holly Holm will be one of her biggest challenges.
Nevada sports books lost a record $11.4 million on baseball in November after bettors cashed on the Astros beating the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 7 and on futures wagers on Houston to win the World Series. It was the largest baseball loss ever suffered in a month by the state’s sports books, according to Michael Lawton, the Nevada Gaming Control Board’s senior research analyst. The books’ previous record baseball loss was $6.2 million in November 1999, when bettors cashed their winning tickets on the New York Yankees following their World Series sweep of the Atlanta Braves. The state’s casinos won $909 million overall, including $274.7 million on penny slots.