About MMA Crossfire

MMA Crossfire was created by former Postmedia news and sports editor Kenai Andrews in 2010, where it was featured on the company’s flagship website Canada.com for five years. Focusing primarily on combat sports, the blog ended up being one of Canada.com’s most popular blogs.

Kenai Andrews

The Crossfire moved to www.mmacrossfire.com in 2015. Andrews is the Editor-in-Chief of MMACrossfire.com.





Heather Alonzo

Heather Alonzo (middle) with her trainers before her first match. Noel Clubb is on the right.

Noel is a our boxing columnist and boxing coach. Noel generally coaches out of Toronto’s MMA World Academy gym. He is the owner of Clubb Canada, where he coaches his own stable of fighters.



Joe LoBianco
Photographer Joe LoBianco joined The Crossfire in 2014.

Joe LoBianco is a Long Island-based photographer who began writing a photography column called Breaking the MMA Lens for The Crossfire in 2014. LoBianco’s movie Quality Control, launched in November 2016 for his production company, Tin Mirror Productions.



Ferlan Bailey
Bailey is writing a bodybuilding column for MMA Crossfire. Courtesy Ferlan Bailey.

Orlando’s Ferlan Bailey is an IFBB Pro bodybuilder who joined MMA Crossfire in 2015. Bailey writes a bodybuilding column called The #Bodybuilding Life, which chronicles his personal journey and runs his own fitness consulting company.



The Super Genie Diary
Sabu and The Super Genie stay in shape!

Melissa Coates writes The Super Genie Diary for The Crossfire, a personal collection of thoughts and experiences from her travels with wrestling legend Sabu. She is a championship bodybuilder and model, as well as a professional wrestler.


Koriander Bullard

Koriander Bullard is an author and cartoonist born in Chicago, Illinois, but currently residing in London, Kentucky. She is a fan of combat sports and is best known for her wrestling and MMA cartoons. When not enjoying the fights with her husband John, she is diligently at work on her fantasy light novel series Ki-Chan: Demon Hunter, which follows a group of college students who were created to fight demons in Japan.