1. Healed Up and Hungry, Johny Hendricks Aiming for Dominant Victory at UFC 181

    When Johny Hendricks heard his name announced as the new UFC welterweight champion following his battle with Robbie Lawler at UFC 171 back in March, he fell to his knees under the weight of the moment...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 1 day ago 4,661 reads 25 comments

  2. KID Yamamoto Returns at UFC 184 Against Roman Salazar

    Norifumi “KID” Yamamoto (18-6, 1 NC) will return to the UFC for the first time in three years when he steps inside the cage on February 28, 2015 at UFC 184 ...

    Nathan McCarter Written by Nathan McCarter about 2 days ago 2,879 reads 1 comments

  3. UFC 184: Vitor Belfort Believes He Is a Better Fighter Without TRT

    While everyone seems to think Vitor Belfort will be unable to compete at the same level that he did while using testosterone replacement therapy ( TRT ), the Brazilian believes he’s actually better off without it...

    Kyle Symes Written by Kyle Symes about 3 days ago 8,232 reads 62 comments

  4. UFC: Kelvin Gastelum Is Very Much Ready for a Test Like Tyron Woodley

    You're in a building, a big one with lots of floors. You're on the ground floor, and you have to get to the top. There are stairs, but you're lazy, and you don't want to take them...

    Matthew Ryder Written by Matthew Ryder about 3 days ago 7,541 reads 42 comments

  5. Jon Jones Defends UFC Title and Reputation at UFC 182

    With Jon "Bones" Jones set to take on former Strikeforce heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier on Jan. 3 at UFC 182 , much more is at stake than hardware...

    Bradley Popkin Written by Bradley Popkin about 3 days ago 2,507 reads 5 comments

  6. UFC Fight Night 57 Results: 10 Burning Questions Heading into UFC 181

    UFC Fight Night 57 is in the books. The results are as follows: UFC Fight Night 57 Main Card Frankie Edgar def. Cub Swanson, submission (Round 5, 4:56) Edson Barboza def...

    Steven Rondina Written by Steven Rondina about 5 days ago 27,627 reads 63 comments

  7. Nick Diaz on DUI Arrest: I Guess I'm Not Lodi Police's 'Favorite'

    Former Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz isn't overly concerned about his pending DUI case stemming from an arrest in September, calling the situation a "big misunderstanding" between him and a notoriously tough police department...

    John Heinis Written by John Heinis about 6 days ago 17,794 reads 35 comments

  8. Anthony Pettis Defends Duke Roufus in Light of Dennis Munson, Jr.'s Death

    UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis, one of the most notable members of Milwaukee's Roufusport fight camp, is defending team founder Jeffrey "Duke" Roufus in the aftermath of the death of one his fellow gym goers...

    John Heinis Written by John Heinis about 7 days ago 6,769 reads 12 comments

  9. UFC Fight Night 57: Bobby Green Is Ready for His Close-Up

    Bobby Green is yet another mixed martial artist who has decided to talk his way into stardom. The rise of the “King” has been as sudden as he has been loud...

    Raphael Garcia Written by Raphael Garcia about 8 days ago 1,641 reads 6 comments

  10. Ashlee Evans-Smith to Replace Holly Holm at UFC 181, Faces Raquel Pennington

    Holly Holm 's withdrawal from UFC 181 was a definite hit against the card, but the UFC scooped up another interesting prospect to replace her in former Championship Fighting Alliance women's featherweight champion Ashlee Evans-Smith...

    Steven Rondina Written by Steven Rondina about 9 days ago 7,709 reads 23 comments

  11. 'Cyborg' Laughs at Rousey's Bare-Hands Killing Remark, Proposes Fight at 140

    Invicta FC women's featherweight champion Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino found Ronda Rousey 's most recent call-out quite amusing, despite the "Rowdy" one saying she would "kill her with my bare hands...

    John Heinis Written by John Heinis about 9 days ago 20,003 reads 159 comments

  12. Here's Hoping UFC's Injury Luck Turns Around in Time for Epic January Slate

    2014 has been a trying year for the UFC. The organization has had a number of premier fights fall apart due to injuries. Injuries are a part of the sport, but for whatever reason, they have wreaked havoc on fights fans have wanted to see...

    Nathan McCarter Written by Nathan McCarter about 9 days ago 1,649 reads 5 comments

  13. Jon Jones: I'm 2 Wins Away from Being GOAT, Moving to Heavyweight

    UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones says he's just two wins away from being considered the greatest mixed martial artist of all time—which is when he'll make the move to heavyweight...

    John Heinis Written by John Heinis about 10 days ago 18,237 reads 148 comments

  14. Bellator 131 Scores Big Ratings; Can Its New-Look Product Push the UFC in 2015?

    UFC owners would probably bristle at the suggestion they even occupy the same universe as their counterparts over at Bellator MMA . Actually, the bristling is obvious pretty much every time the topic comes up...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 10 days ago 11,101 reads 21 comments

  15. UFC Rankings: Good Calls and Bad Calls Following UFC 180

    At UFC 180 , the heavyweight division crowned a new interim champion, Fabricio Werdum. Knocked down and unable to threaten Mark Hunt on the ground during the opening round, Werdum didn't look great early on...

    Sean Smith Written by Sean Smith about 10 days ago 13,487 reads 26 comments

  16. Sergio Pettis Attempts to Follow in Anthony's Footsteps at UFC 181

    UFC bantamweight Sergio Pettis , younger brother of lightweight champion Anthony Pettis , will clash with Matt Hobar at UFC 181 on Dec. 6...

    Bradley Popkin Written by Bradley Popkin about 11 days ago 775 reads 0 comments

  17. 5 Fights to Make for Kelvin Gastelum After UFC 180

    Kelvin Gastelum 's storybook ride from last pick of The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen to top-10 welterweight became a stark reality on December 15...

    Bradley Popkin Written by Bradley Popkin about 11 days ago 1,160 reads 6 comments

  18. Leslie Smith Posts Gruesome Post-Fight Photo of Popped Cauliflower Ear

    UFC women's bantamweight Leslie Smith suffered one of the most disturbing injuries in MMA history at UFC 180 Saturday night, when an ill-fated punch to her cauliflower-stricken left ear caused it to explode...

    John Heinis Written by John Heinis about 11 days ago 109,771 reads 10 comments

  19. UFC 180 Results: Breaking Down Notable Winners from Werdum vs. Hunt

    Sometimes a predictable ride has a surprise twist or turn that makes it enjoyable, which certainly sums up UFC 180 in Mexico City this past Saturday quite well...

    Chris  Roling Written by Chris Roling about 12 days ago 537 reads 0 comments

  20. UFC 180: Complete Results and Top Takeaways from Werdum vs. Hunt

    UFC 180 , an important foray into Mexico for the promotion, was nothing short of a resounding success. A stacked card offered fans plenty of thrilling Round 1 finishes, the lone ...

    Chris  Roling Written by Chris Roling about 12 days ago 1,085 reads 0 comments

  21. On Super Saturday, Bellator, UFC, WSOF All Exposed Some Fading MMA Stars

    If fan interest is any indication, Super Saturday was a big success. No one will know anything for sure until the final viewing estimates roll in, but at a glance it seems UFC 180 ...

    Scott Harris Written by Scott Harris about 12 days ago 1,617 reads 1 comments

  22. UFC, Bellator and WSOF: 5 Stars of the Night

    Saturday was a busy night if you are an MMA fan. Between UFC 180 , Bellator 131 and WSOF 15, there were enough fights to last the normal fan a month or two...

    Riley Kontek Written by Riley Kontek about 12 days ago 5,631 reads 14 comments

  23. UFC 180 Results: 3 Fights for Fabricio Werdum to Take Next

    Heading into UFC 180’s main event between Fabricio Werdum and Mark Hunt, the smart money was certainly on the Brazilian...

    James MacDonald Written by James MacDonald about 12 days ago 6,274 reads 17 comments

  24. Fabricio Werdum Reveals Himself as Hero of the Story, TKOs Mark Hunt at UFC 180

    Much of the lead-up to UFC 180 focused on Mark Hunt’s chance to complete his Cinderella run to the interim heavyweight title...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 12 days ago 18,830 reads 29 comments

  25. UFC 180: Matches to Make for the Entire Fight Card

    At UFC 180 , Fabricio Werdum defeated Mark Hunt to become the interim heavyweight champion. The Brazilian was originally booked to meet Cain Velasquez on Saturday, but the titleholder was injured and replaced by Hunt...

    Sean Smith Written by Sean Smith about 12 days ago 11,043 reads 16 comments