1. Don't Believe the Hype: Why Ronda Rousey Is Definitely Going to Fight 'Cyborg'

    Ronda Rousey and Cris “Cyborg” Justino are going to fight each other. If you’re the kind of person who insists on reading the last page of the book first, that’s really all you need to know...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 6 months ago 48,598 reads 129 comments

  2. Carlos Condit an Unexpected but Awesome No. 1 Contender for Robbie Lawler

    Carlos Condit has been back in action for all of two months and is already shaping up as one of the welterweight division’s biggest wild cards...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 6 months ago 16,583 reads 67 comments

  3. Rousimar Palhares: Troubled Jiu Jitsu Ace May Finally Be Called Out on Strikes

    Few tears were shed for Rousimar Palhares on Tuesday, as the talented but troubled grappler was stripped of his World Series of Fighting welterweight title and suspended indefinitely, pending an athletic commission inquiry...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 6 months ago 11,690 reads 33 comments

  4. Ronda Rousey's Dilemma: What's the Best to Do When the Rest Can't Keep Up?

    America loves dominance. To paraphrase one of the UFC’s most irritating catchphrases—it’s in our DNA...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 6 months ago 20,127 reads 106 comments

  5. UFC 190 Results: Ronda Rousey Finds a Way to Make a Long, Slow Night Feel Great

    A lot of things could've been better about UFC 190 . Ronda Rousey 's performance was not one of them...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 6 months ago 246,230 reads 275 comments

  6. UFC 190 Fact or Fiction: Can Rousey vs. Correia Be Worth the Price of Admission?

    Nobody thinks Bethe Correia is going to beat Ronda Rousey on Saturday at UFC 190 . That includes oddsmakers, who’ve made her an underdog of historic proportions; the UFC, ...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 6 months ago 42,696 reads 95 comments

  7. UFC 190: What Cruel, Unusual Punishment Does Rousey Have Planned for Correia?

    Ronda Rousey is mad at Bethe Correia. You might not have noticed right away, since Rousey seems to be mad at everyone all the time, but the women’s bantamweight champion has said UFC 190 is personal for her...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 6 months ago 49,926 reads 113 comments

  8. TJ Dillashaw Rules at Bantamweight, but His Next Big Fight Remains a Mystery

    After 14 months as champion, TJ Dillashaw conclusively proved his case as the best men’s bantamweight fighter in the world on Saturday at UFC on Fox 16...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 6 months ago 24,491 reads 58 comments

  9. UFC on Fox 16 Fact or Fiction: Is Renan Barao Ready to Reclaim the Throne?

    T.J. Dillashaw and Renan Barao will finally rematch on Saturday at UFC on Fox 16. It's a repeat pairing the fight company has been trying to put together for more ...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 7 months ago 12,040 reads 45 comments

  10. Conor McGregor Talks, but Jose Aldo Reigns as UFC's Truly Outspoken Champion

    In trying to determine who is the UFC's most outspoken featherweight, it might take a while to consider Jose Aldo . Conor McGregor 's Gaelic gift of gab garners most of the headlines at 145 pounds...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 7 months ago 28,621 reads 107 comments

  11. UFC's Heavyweight Division Proving You're Never Too Old to Run It Back Again

    The UFC heavyweight division is a pretty weird place right now. Weirder than normal, even. It was hard to shake that strangeness on Wednesday night, watching 36-year-old UFC ...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 7 months ago 21,148 reads 62 comments

  12. The Question: Will Conor McGregor Be Overexposed by Serving as 'TUF' Coach?

    Last weekend, Conor McGregor cemented himself as the biggest star in the UFC with his knockout win over Chad Mendes at UFC 189...

    Jeremy Botter Written by Jeremy Botter about 7 months ago 26,917 reads 77 comments

  13. Fedor Emelianenko's Return Another Mysterious Move from MMA's Enigmatic Legend

    Nobody makes a clean break. If any knowledge can be gained from Tuesday’s announcement that 38-year-old Fedor Emelianenko is plotting a return to the cage, perhaps that’s it...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 7 months ago 26,042 reads 53 comments

  14. Conor McGregor Is the UFC's New Brock Lesnar, for Better or Worse

    Aside from questionable taste in chest tattoos, perhaps there are no obvious similarities between the UFC’s newest male superstar and its last one...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 7 months ago 48,016 reads 156 comments

  15. UFC 189 Results: Robbie Lawler Lifts New-Look UFC with Old-School Slugfest

    On a UFC 189 fight card that at times felt like a flying leap into MMA ’s future, Robbie Lawler served up an old-school slugfest in the evening’s co-main event...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 7 months ago 49,067 reads 91 comments

  16. UFC 189 Fact or Fiction: Can Conor McGregor Fulfill His Championship Destiny?

    One way or another, we’re all going to get smarter. No matter how things go for Conor McGregor against Chad Mendes on Saturday at UFC 189 in Las Vegas, we’ll ...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 7 months ago 22,800 reads 37 comments

  17. So, What Happens If Chad Mendes Upsets Conor McGregor at UFC 189?

    It’s always awkward when you know a fight promoter has a rooting interest. In the case of Saturday’s UFC 189 main event between Conor McGregor and Chad Mendes ...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 7 months ago 36,874 reads 168 comments

  18. Wait, Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald Are Fighting at UFC 189 Too? Score!

    The full extent to which the world was ignoring Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald didn’t hit home until the top trending topic of UFC 189 became Jose Aldo’s ribs...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 7 months ago 14,231 reads 29 comments

  19. UFC 189: With Jose Aldo Out, Chad Mendes Tests to See If Conor McGregor Is Legit

    To borrow a phrase from former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar , UFC 189 has been in “chicken salad” mode for more than a week now...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 7 months ago 40,024 reads 233 comments

  20. Yoel Romero Could Be Man to Beat at Middleweight, If He Just Cuts Out the Crazy

    For Yoel Romero, perhaps the trick will be avoiding any further episodes of foot-in-mouth disease just long enough for him to fight for the middleweight title...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 7 months ago 20,702 reads 92 comments

  21. Somehow, Kimbo Slice and Ken Shamrock Pull Off Perfect End to Bellator's Circus

    It was either going to be quick, or it was going to be bad. Those were about the only two options Friday night, when Bellator MMA dusted off 51-year-old Ken Shamrock to ...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 8 months ago 33,132 reads 31 comments

  22. Jose Aldo vs. Conor McGregor: Who Will Become the Wrestler?

    There has obviously been no end of name calling between Jose Aldo and Conor McGregor during their lengthy, well-publicized feud over the UFC featherweight title...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 8 months ago 21,383 reads 131 comments

  23. Gilbert Melendez Faces Uphill (But Winnable) Battle After Cruel Split Decisions

    Nobody thought Gilbert Melendez would start his UFC career 1-3. The former Strikeforce lightweight champion had just been too good during a decade spent fighting elsewhere...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 8 months ago 9,559 reads 26 comments

  24. UFC Heavyweight History Shows It's Tough to Be Great When Chaos Reigns

    Since the beginning, the only real constants in the UFC heavyweight division have been disorder and delay. Even in a sport that so often thrives on chaos, the 265-pound class has always been an abject mess...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 8 months ago 10,275 reads 18 comments

  25. UFC 188: Cain Velasquez's Loss Puts Junior Dos Santos Back in the Catbird Seat

    While the loudest cheers no doubt came from Fabricio Werdum's corner, the new UFC heavyweight champion's extended entourage weren't the only interested parties watching his fight with longtime champion Cain Velasquez at UFC 188 closely...

    Jonathan  Snowden Written by Jonathan Snowden about 8 months ago 16,104 reads 82 comments