More than any other sport today, mixed martial arts is rooted in the internet. In fact, in the late ‘90s and at the turn of the millennium, when MMA was still largely underground, it was the internet that kept the MMA community connected and the sport alive. Because of that, and especially since its recent popularity boom, there are a ton of MMA related websites out there—some with great content, others not so much.
Instead of wasting time trying to figure out what is worthy of your attention, check out our friends at FIGHT3R.com. They do it for you.
For every great MMA website out there, there are hundreds of not so great ones. Sifting through the junk to find the content you want (the good stuff) takes a lot of time. Several content discovery tools have been developed to make this easier (RSS, Yahoo Pipes, Alerts, Search) but they are time-intensive, and generally do a lackluster job of filtering out repeats, spam, splogs and other bad content. Simply put, they can tell you based on keywords and popularity if an MMA site is relevant, but they cannot tell you if it’s any good or not. An editor, a human one, can. This is FIGHT3R’s Mojo.