Return of the Undertaker confirmed

The Undertaker is making his long awaited return to the World Wrestling Entertainment or the WWE, it has been confirmed.

According to an announcement, the Deadman will be seen on RAW on the 24th of February, the night following the Elimination Chamber pay per view of the company, the same night as the company launches its own television network as well.

White says Cruz could have returned sooner

There are a lot of believers of what Dana White, the president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC says and if he is to be believed, his Bantamweight title holder was out for a little longer than he needed to be.

Dominick Cruz, the UFC Bantamweight Championship holder will put his title on the line against the interim UFC Bantamweight champion Renan Barao, following an injury enforced absence of more than years at UFC 169 at Newark in February.

WWE Divas news: Bella Twins' story

Brianna Garcia-Colace was just twenty years old when she 1st saw WWE Divas on TV. In awe of female wrestlers, she called her sister, Nicole. The twenty nine year old told that she told her sisters that the divas are not just hot, but they are very good in the ring also. They are empowering and strong. She told her sister that it was their time.

Machida needs a new strategy

In his last match inside the UFC Octagon, former Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship holder Lyoto Machida was criticized for the lack of engagement that he showed against Dan Henderson, winning in the end via a split decision.

And now, faced with the task of facing the up and coming Phil Davis, The Dragon will need an entirely new strategy to get the better of the American as he looks to get back into the picture for a shot at Jon Jones and the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship.

Belcher says Belfort yet to win big match

Ultimate Fighting Championship or the UFC’s Middleweight fighter Alan Belcher has made it quite clear that there is absolutely no love lost between him and his opponent for UFC 159 at the end of this month –the English fighter Michael Bisping.

However, speaking to a media outlet recently, he took aim at a brand new target. Belcher aimed his gun at the direction of the legendary Brazilian Vitor Belfort, stating that his fellow contender in the 185 lbs division is yet to win a single major accolade inside the cage without the help of chemical substances.