LAS VEGAS – It’s not often a fighter is released from the UFC, only to make it back a little more than a year later and find success. Filed under: News, UFC, Videos more
Former Ultimate Fighter (TUF) guy Uriah Hall displayed a tremendous amount of heart -- and an unbelievable threshold for pain -- during last night's (July 5, 2014) unanimous decision win over Thiago Santos on the UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida" pay-per-view (PPV) card. "Prime Time" broke his toe in the first frame (see the gruesome pic here) but kept on trucking, earning the judges' nod and high praise from UFC President Dana White. Where does he go from here? Home from the hospital! For more UFC more
Now-retired UFC fighter Chael Sonnen has until July 17 to indicate whether he’ll appeal a disciplinary complaint filed against him by Nevada’s attorney general in the wake of dual drug failures.Filed under: News, UFC more
Watch the first in a series of documentaries titled “Legends of Cage Warriors,” which features former UFC fighter Rosi Sexton. more
WARNING—SPOILER ALERT: If you don’t want to know the story behind the movie, read no further.
On May 17, 1996, Mark Schultz stepped into the Octagon at UFC 9 on just 24 hours notice.
Standing across the cage from him was the formidable Gary Goodridge. It was a tough assignment for any first-time fighter, yet Schultz dominated the fight utterly, defeating Goodridge and making it look like child’s play.
For fans of both wrestling and the new sport of MMA, seeing Schultz inside the cage was simply more
Frankie Edgar's 3rd round TKO of B.J. Penn was apparently enough to persuade rankers to rank him ahead of Cub Swanson in the latest UFC rankings update.
With two events over the weekend, the UFC waited until Tuesday to unveil its latest rankings update. There weren't too many major changes, but the key ones involved Frankie Edgar re-claiming his #2 spot at featherweight, while Ronda Rousey's destruction of Alexis Davis moved her up in the P4P chain. A couple of fighters from UFC 175 who suffered more
While it may have been the "guy in the truck" who made the fatal flaw of prompting Joe Rogan to ask the question, he wasn't the one coming up with the idea.
Dana White may have been furious with "truck man" for pushing Joe Rogan to ask Ronda Rousey about the potential of headlining UFC 176, after her 15 second defeat of Alexis Davis, but the guy in the truck may have been operating under the guidance of a higher power. Namely, the rest of the UFC executives, which Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports reve more
From Yahoo Sports: The longtime fighter is being coached by pro poker star Jason Somerville, who is receiving MMA coaching from Kampmann. more
Former UFC fighter Chael Sonnen has responded to the Nevada Athletic Commission, accepting responsibility after testing positive on two random drug tests and waived his right to a hearing. more