1. Charles Rosa Looking to Flip the Mexican Crowd at UFC 188

    With heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez headlining UFC 188 , one can only imagine the crazed atmosphere at Arena Ciudad de Mexico in Mexico City, Mexico on Saturday night...

    Jordy McElroy Written by Jordy McElroy about 24 days ago 1,974 reads 9 comments

  2. UFC 188 Predictions: Can Cain Velasquez Finally Make a Splash in Mexico City?

    Calling a "do-over" never felt so good. Cain Velasquez and Fabricio Werdum will finally meet to unify the heavyweight title on Saturday at UFC 188 in Mexico City...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 24 days ago 8,839 reads 45 comments

  3. A Fabricio Werdum Win Over Cain Velasquez Would Be Best for Heavyweight Division

    Fabricio Werdum , the UFC's interim heavyweight champion, looks to unify the championship against Cain Velasquez this weekend at UFC 188 . It is a tall order, but one that would be most beneficial to the current heavyweight division...

    Nathan McCarter Written by Nathan McCarter about 24 days ago 7,230 reads 56 comments

  4. UFC 188 Preliminary Card Predictions

    The UFC makes its return to pay-per-view and the country of Mexico, as UFC 188 comes to you live this Saturday. Headlined by a heavyweight title unification, the bout is deep with talent, especially when it comes to fighters from south of the border...

    Riley Kontek Written by Riley Kontek about 24 days ago 6,349 reads 16 comments

  5. UFC 188: Can Tecia Torres Deliver a Star-Making Performance in Mexico City?

    Tecia Torres enters UFC 188 with a perfect professional record and is currently ranked No. 5 in the strawweight division. Can she take it to the next level on Saturday? If so, the UFC gave her a perfect opponent...

    Nathan McCarter Written by Nathan McCarter about 25 days ago 3,823 reads 49 comments

  6. UFC 188: Johnny Case Looking to Emulate Donald Cerrone, Enjoy the Ride

    It's no coincidence that in his first three UFC bouts, the promotion booked Johnny "Hollywood" Case for events in Japan, Boston and Mexico City...

    Hunter Homistek Written by Hunter Homistek about 25 days ago 4,106 reads 2 comments

  7. Cain Velasquez vs. Fabricio Werdum: A Full Head-to-Toe Breakdown

    After a 600-plus-day absence, Cain Velasquez makes his return to the Octagon. And what a time to head back, now that there's a true challenger to his crown (a challenger not named Junior dos Santos, by the way)...

    Kristian Ibarra Written by Kristian Ibarra about 25 days ago 11,131 reads 210 comments

  8. After 20 Months on the Sidelines, Can Cain Velasquez Still Reign Supreme?

    It’s been nearly two years since UFC fans last saw their heavyweight champion in action. That would be a long time on the sideline for any professional athlete, but to gain ...

    Chad Dundas Written by Chad Dundas about 26 days ago 10,955 reads 72 comments

  9. UFC 188: Reasons to Watch Velasquez vs. Werdum Fight Card

    We're just a few days removed from the complete and utter—but ultimately welcomed—nonsense that was UFC Fight Night: Boetsch vs. Henderson...

    Kristian Ibarra Written by Kristian Ibarra about 27 days ago 4,093 reads 12 comments

  10. UFC Fight Night 68 Results: Burning Questions Heading into UFC 188

    UFC Fight Night 68 is in the books. The results are as follows (courtesy of Bleacher Report's play-by-play kingpin , Craig Amos): UFC Fight Night 68 Main Card Dan Henderson def...

    Steven Rondina Written by Steven Rondina about 27 days ago 21,792 reads 70 comments

  11. Short Notice, Massive Weight Cut, UFC Debut—All Nonissues for Andrew Todhunter

    Forgive undefeated UFC newcomer Andrew Todhunter if he doesn't seem too giddy about his debut at UFC 188 . It's just that, you see, he's kind of been here, in a state of chaos, before...

    Hunter Homistek Written by Hunter Homistek about 29 days ago 6,252 reads 22 comments