Ed Soares, the manager of Anderson Silva talks about how the Silva camp views a UFC return fight against Nick Diaz. more
After bursting onto the scene with a series of jaw-dropping knockouts on TUF 17, Uriah Hall has since failed to live up to his massive potential in the Octagon. He'll return to action against Thiago Santos at this Saturday night's (July 5, 2014) UFC 175 from Las Vegas. Is it finally Hall's time to shine, or will he be just another casualty of what could have been? Read our fight preview to find out!
This Saturday night (July 5, 2014), Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweights Uriah Hall more
Mike Dolce talks about not working with Kelvin Gastelum for his recent fight, as well as Ronda Rousey and B.J. Penn's preparation for this weekend. more
Bigfoot' Silva talks about his ongoing feud with Josh Barnett and what's next for him. more
Manny Gamburyan talks about why he wants to switch weight classes and his teammate Ronda Rousey's upcoming title defense at UFC 175. more
Check out Chris Weidman, Lyoto Machida, Ronda Rousy, Alexis David, BJ Penn, and Frankie Edgar as they share their thoughts on the upcoming fights during the UFC 175/TUF 19 Finale Conference Call with media. more
San Antonio’s AT&T Center played host to the second UFC event in a 24-hour stretch on Saturday with UFC Fight Night 44. Here are 35 post-fight facts about the event.Filed under: News, UFC more
SAN ANTONIO – Cub Swanson’s hand speed was on neon display at the end of an open workout in support of Saturday’s UFC Fight Night 44.Filed under: News, UFC more
Things get started early for UFC fans stateside on Saturday, as Nate Marquardt and James Te Huna will exchange firepower live from New Zealand in UFC Fight Night 43. Fans in the east can expect to enjoy the main event over a cup of coffee and some eggs while also using it as a lead-up to UFC Fight Night 44, happening later in the day.
The Marquardt-Te Huna bout headlines a card that's not particularly rich with interesting bouts but falls in line with the UFC's commitment to regionalism in its p more