Karakhanyan won the third frame, but it proved to be too little. By the third round, Gracie was finally able to score a takedown
After more than a year away from competition, Quinton "Rampage" Jackson returns to the Bellator cage for the first time since May 2014, when he takes on Japan's Satoshi Ishii in the Bellator 'Dynamite' main event, Saturday, June 24 (8 P.M. EST, Spike TV).
"Spike will remove the reference in the version that will air," he said in an email to The Huffington Post. A rep for Spike
Though he and his partner fell short of the $1 million grand prize, Total Nonstop Action superstar Robbie E certainly won over audiences this year. The Jersey-born grappler-turned-reality-TV-star anticipates an influx of new viewers when he returns to action on TNA's IMPACT Wrestling.
One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles Spike’s tribute to Don Rickles airs May 28 at 9/8c. Fey revealed
Adam Carolla joins us to discuss the possibility of women host late night talk shows.
Spike's new reality show, "10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty," is offering the largest cash prize in TV history to explorers who can prove Bigfoot exists. TV host Dean Cain and Bigfoot skeptic Todd Disotell join HuffPost Live to discuss the new show.
When fighting is business, blood becomes currency, and Bellator MMA lightweight Eddie Alvarez paid in full at Saturday night's Bellator 106, punching, kicking, and choking his way past Michael Chandler to reclaim the title he lost nearly two years ago.
The lightweight championship rematch is part of Bellator's 13-fight card that also features another world championship matchup, a featherweight title tilt between incumbent Pat Curran and season six tournament winner Daniel Straus.
Magician Criss Angel joins Ricky on set to talk about his razor blade demonstration and a time it went drastically wrong.
Margarette Kirsch, 84, has always wanted to live on the wild side. And thanks to "Ink Masters," Spike TV's reality television
During a recent interview with the Huffington Post, the fellow stand-up comedian and actor opened up on paying homage to
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Grady "Butch" Holcombe and his wife Anita Holcombe, the publishers of "American Digger
Michelle thought she'd fixed the problem of having an old crush's name tattooed on her lower back when she got it covered