Slept through the weekend? Missed out on Monday's big stories? Not to worry. MMA Nation is here with the daily round-up of combat sports news, multimedia, and analysis. Today we look at Floyd Mayweather's true place in boxing, we ask how UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones can seem so impossibly impressive, and we play the latest installment of 'Where in the World is Mark Hunt?' Also, Anderson Silva sings. More on that later.
- On the heels of the most bizarre boxing finish in recent memory, Floyd "Money" Mayweather Jr. makes his return to Bad Left Hook's Weekly Boxing Rankings. Fittingly, he remains nestled in the safe shadow of Manny Pacquiao.
- Even more unexpected than the finish to 'Mayweather vs. Ortiz,' was the ensuing rumpus inside the ring between Larry Merchant and "Money." David Castillo from Head Kick Legend analyses why the hilarity of the moment was so fascinating.
- After such a ridiculous weekend, it's easy to forget how good Strikeforce's latest offering was. Bloody Elbow's Tom Grant breaks down Luke Rockhold's wall walk clinic from the first round of his surprise victory over Ronaldo Souza.
- On a different note, ESPN's Sport Science investigates into how Jon Jones has been so dominant. Hint: it's because he has the reach of Shawn Bradley.
- Even wonder what happened to Mark Hunt, a man who defeated Wandelei Silva and Mirco "Cro Cop" back-to-back at the peak of their Pride powers? Bloody Elbow did the leg work for you.
- Some new footage from 'UFC Undisputed 3' -- this year's edition of the best-selling mixed martial arts video games series. I have to say, the new submission system is looking pretty cool.
- With just days left before the war of words between Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and Jon "Bones" Jones comes to a head at UFC 135, the UFC released an extended preview to whet your appetite.
- What's that? You want us to end with a clip of the most dangerous man on the planet, Anderson Silva, singing a falsetto duet live on Brazilian television. If you insist. (HT: Cage Potato)