1. UFC 188 Results: The Good, Bad and the Strange from Mexico City

    Few things are more captivating in the world of combat sports than a heavyweight championship fight. The main event at UFC 188 had added appeal as two titles were set to be unified ...

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  2. Ryan Bader Continues Hire Heroes USA Partnership with $5,000 Donation

    Ryan Bader ’s support of the United States military has been one of the light heavyweight contender’s primary focuses during his time under the UFC banner, and those ...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 5,648 reads 8 comments

  3. Gilbert Melendez: A Grudge Will Be Settled, a Dream Will Come True at UFC 188

    Mexico has a long, proud history of forging hard-nosed, aggressive prizefighters—those who show a refusal to take a back step once things go live...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 10,867 reads 29 comments

  4. 'Cowboy' Cerrone Will Wait for Champ Rafael Dos Anjos to Recover from Injury

    Donald Cerrone isn't one to sit around and wait for a fight, but a shot at the lightweight title is apparently something he'll make an exception for...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 7,540 reads 50 comments

  5. Frankie Edgar: In Constant Pursuit of Championship Gold

    Frankie Edgar has his sights set on featherweight gold, and it's a goal he's pursuing relentlessly. Since dropping down into 145-pound waters in 2013, the former lightweight ...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 3,675 reads 29 comments

  6. Eddie Alvarez: 'I'm Going to Make Gilbert Melendez Pay for Wanting to Fight Me'

    Eddie Alvarez and Gilbert Melendez are set to handle their business at UFC 188 on Saturday night in Mexico City...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 5,172 reads 30 comments

  7. Max Holloway: The UFC Featherweight Division's Next Rising Star

    There is something special about seeing a fighter coming into his own, and Max Holloway is in the midst of making that process a reality...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 11,189 reads 72 comments

  8. The Good, Bad and Strange from Fight Night 68

    If mixed martial arts is a young man's game, then Dan Henderson is the exception to the rule. The 44-year-old former Pride two-divisional champion has been holding his own with the ...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 12,622 reads 28 comments

  9. Tim Boetsch Looking to Topple One of His Heroes at Fight Night 68

    With nearly two decades spent competing at the highest level of mixed martial arts, Dan Henderson has impacted multiple generations of fighters coming up in his wake...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 3,920 reads 22 comments

  10. Dan Henderson Ready to Brawl with Tim Boetsch at Fight Night 68

    Few fighters in the MMA realm appreciate toe-to-toe ruckus more than Dan Henderson . The former two-divisional Pride champion has built a storied career on his ability to leave elite-level competitors staring up at the lights at fight's end...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 2,405 reads 26 comments

  11. Carlos Condit Big Game Hunting Following Victory at Fight Night 67

    Carlos Condit answered any questions concerning his ability to still bring his signature brand of destruction at Fight Night 67...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 12,191 reads 39 comments

  12. The Good, Bad and Strange from UFC Fight Night 67

    The UFC's welterweight division has consistently held its status as one of the deepest collectives under the promotional banner in the Zuffa era, with Carlos Condit and Thiago Alves ...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 17,214 reads 16 comments

  13. Ryan Bader on Daniel Cormier: I Want to 'Shut His Big Mouth'

    Ryan Bader is flat-out fired up. The surging contender has his sights set on a bout with newly crowned light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier, and he's going to keep pressing until he gets what he wants...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 12,035 reads 78 comments

  14. UFC 187 Results: The Good, Bad and Strange from Johnson vs. Cormier Fight Card

    It's been four years since anyone other than Jon Jones held the UFC light heavyweight title, but a new chapter in the division began at UFC 187 on Saturday night...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 28,668 reads 64 comments

  15. Dominick Cruz Flourishing in Analyst Role, Talks Upcoming Card for UFC 187

    When Dominick Cruz steps into the Octagon to do his thing, something special happens. The fleet-footed bantamweight ruled the 135-pound ranks of both the WEC and the UFC until a ...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 1,276 reads 2 comments

  16. Daniel Cormier: A 2nd Chance and the Ultimate Goal Collide at UFC 187

    Second chances are few and far between at the highest level of any sport, and Daniel Cormier 's shot at redemption appeared when he least expected it...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 13,470 reads 51 comments

  17. Andrei Arlovski Looking to Continue Resurgence at UFC 187

    Few fighters in the heavyweight ranks have a more "been there, done that" mentality than Andrei Arlovski ...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 3 months ago 2,806 reads 17 comments

  18. Zach Makovsky All Business Heading into UFC 187

    Zach Makovsky 's primary goal throughout his mixed martial arts career has been to prove he's the best of the best in whatever weight class he chooses to compete in...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 4 months ago 2,567 reads 7 comments

  19. John Makdessi Ready for Biggest Opportunity of His Career at UFC 187

    Great opportunities in mixed martial arts are few and far between, but John Makdessi realized when the biggest one of his career was there for the taking...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 4 months ago 6,601 reads 24 comments

  20. The Good, Bad and Strange from UFC Fight Night 66

    Some fights just seem destined to happen somewhere along the way. While Frankie Edgar and Urijah Faber have spent the majority of their respective careers operating in different ...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 4 months ago 7,773 reads 13 comments

  21. Road to New Orleans: Inside the Training Camp of UFC Heavyweight Matt Mitrione

    There are so many moving parts in the life of a professional fighter. While competing under the bright lights on the sport's biggest stage is when everything involved ultimately matters the most, the road leading up to fight night is a rugged journey.

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 4 months ago 37,807 reads 46 comments

  22. Ronda Rousey ESPN Body Issue Photo Shoot Due to Threat of Ex Leaking Nude Pics

    Ronda Rousey 's life outside the Octagon reflects the way she handles business under the bright lights in the sense that whatever she's doing, the women's bantamweight champion is going to do it on her terms...

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  23. UFC Fantasy Matchmaker: May 2015 Edition

    There is an art to matchmaking in combat sports. While some fights come together with natural ease, most bouts come about through a hectic process of evaluation...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 4 months ago 5,467 reads 18 comments

  24. The Good, Bad and Strange from UFC Fight Night 65

    There is something special about seeing elite-level heavyweights throw down inside the cage. When two huge men are locked together inside the Octagon, all it takes is one clean shot to bring things to an abrupt halt...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 4 months ago 19,088 reads 26 comments

  25. Stipe Miocic: The Rising Tide of UFC Heavyweight Division

    In a sport where trash-talking and constant self-promotion has become a popular trend over the past few years, there are those fighters who still prefer to let their performances do the talking...

    Duane Finley Written by Duane Finley about 4 months ago 2,671 reads 18 comments