Leo Kuntz will make his initial UFC foray when he meets Yosdenis Cedeno at UFC Fight Night in Atlantic City, N.J. more
At UFC 175 on Saturday Night, Rob Font stormed onto the bantamweight scene with his first-round knockout of George Roop in the opening bout on the Fox Sports 1 prelims. The win gave the Team Sityodtong fighter his 10th straight victory and his third first-round finish of 2014. Roop was a legitimate test for Font in his first fight at 135 pounds. Roop has finished fighters like Chan Sung Jung, Brian Bowles and Josh Grispi and was the much taller fighter. Font typically closes the distance against more
Bellator MMA significantly trimmed its roster recently, releasing 19 fighters from their contracts. more
Wheaties, the breakfast of champions with sports tie-ins and endorsements since 1927, has added a UFC champion to its team of athletes.Filed under: News, UFC more
In his seminal reports in the 1800s, Pierce Egan referred to boxing as the “sweet science of bruising,” a phrase – at least the sweet science part – that has stuck to the sport ever since. more
UFC lightweight champion, Anthony Pettis has been announced as newest member of Team Wheaties.
The UFC has been making a concentrated effort to become as mainstream as possible. We're seeing a much more saturated market, strides toward global expansion, and big name corporate sponsorship. It wasn't too long ago that the acquisition of Bud Light and Harley Davidson sponsorships by the organization as a whole was big news.
Recently though, we've seen athletes like Jon Jones, Anderson Silva and Jun more
Wheaties announced on Tuesday that Pettis is the latest athlete to be named to "Team Wheaties," the exclusive set of athletes associated with the popular breakfast cereal. more
Charlie Brenneman has earned just one victory in his past six UFC appearances. But he’ll still be granted at least one more opportunity to showcase his skills inside the octagon.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC more
Ronda Rousey discusses her upcoming title bout with Alexis Davis and why she feels she has a point to prove in that fight. Ronda Rousey is believes fighting requires one to be "absent of emotion." It would be hard to assume that is the case for Rousey, who has faced heated rival Miesha Tate not once, but twice inside the cage.
The women's bantamweight champion may appear to be a little hot under the collar sometimes, but she is not one to allow emotions to impact her performance. Whether it be f more