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Andrews: Settling into our new digs at

Straight talk only here.

It’s been an exciting and hectic couple of months here at MMA Crossfire.

Since Aug. 1st, we’ve moved from our home of four plus years at to a bright and shiny new home at

The priority is producing content first and fancy aesthetics later because – as MMA Crossfire readers keeping score know – news and information waits for no one.

Accordingly, not every day during the transition has been apple pie and blue skies. However,  the extra work has been worth it.

So, we are doing our best to take advantage of our new digs.

One idea underway is our new Breaking the MMA Lens photography column featuring our newest expert Joe LoBianco.

Joe LoBianco
Photographer Joe LoBianco. Courtesy Linda LoBianco.

Joe is sharing his photography experiences and know-how in a way that benefits us all.

We’re still in the midst of transferring older posts to the new site.

And during this, our plans for our MMA Crossfire Conversations series continue to be affected.

It’s something we haven’t forgotten about and look to remedy as soon as we can get our feet set and established.

Along the way, we passed some personal milestones.

MMA Crossfire Expert Cassie Wiseman covered her 200th MMA event for us over the summer. She’s been with us since about UFC 112.

Cassie Wiseman
MMA Crossfire Expert Cassie Wiseman. She is a martial artist with over six years of study. Training primarily in South Korea, the proud Canadian from Roberts Arm, Newfoundland is proficient in Taekwondo, Hapkido, and Muay Thai kickboxing. Image courtesy Steve Bartlett

Boxing Expert Noel Clubb has been busy with managing his club of fighters and has not been able to contribute as frequently as planned.

Celebrity Expert Patrick Muldoon worked on several films over the summer. Yes, he did catch the tail end of the Mayweather – Maidana II fight. Like most of us, he says: Mayweather – Pacquiao, make it happen, somebody.

We continue to roll down the road.

We’re hoping these changes will result in a more enjoyable experience for you, whether you check in from your smartphone, tablet, or computer.

Thanks for your continued feedback and keep continuing to Dare to be Different.


Kenai is a former Postmedia Network online news and sports editor. He is the Editor-in-Chief for MMA Crossfire.

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