During the recent UFC broadcast from New Zealand, Mike Goldberg botched Jonah Lomu's name and sport in a moment that Australian media have said fuels the American stereotype of ignorance toward other countries.
News Corp Australia staff writers appear a bit less than thrilled with Mike Goldberg after his work over the weekend calling the action from the UFC's trip to New Zealand.
Right on the front page of News.com.au is the headline "UFC commentator’s massive fail" with the sub-header of "AMERI more
SAN ANTONIO – UFC welterweight Kelvin Gastelum thought he had things under control with his weight, but he now admits he may need help once more. Filed under: News, UFC more
AUCKLAND, New Zealand – Robert Whittaker, one of the biggest favorites on Saturday’s card, was mostly on cruise control on his way to an easy victory.Filed under: News, UFC more
When I asked Mike Rhodes, "What's up, man?" I could not have, in a million years, predicted his response. "I'm building a homemade air conditioner." more
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Although drastic weight cuts are anything but uncommon in MMA, UFC welterweight Mike Rhodes may have taken things to a whole new level for his octagon debut in January. Filed under: News, UFC more
Earlier this week, we presented some of the funnier glitches that gamers have captured in the new “EA Sports UFC” video game. Now, you can hear UFC broadcasters Joe Rogan and Mike Goldberg call the action.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos more
Check out the UFC on Fox 12 fight card, scheduled for July 26th in San Jose, CA. UFC on Fox 12 only has ten bouts attached to the card at the moment but it's already one of the deeper cards of the year in terms of potential excitement. The promotion is returning to San Jose on July 26th for the show, and the headliner will be what amounts to a number one contender fight at welterweight with Matt Brown taking on Robbie Lawler. Brown has won seven in a row, while Lawler rebounded from a title shot more
Dan Henderson will return to the middleweight division.
Following a one-sided loss to Dan Cormier at UFC 173, "Hendo" has decided to cut down to 185 pounds for his next UFC bout, Henderson’s muay thai coach Daniel Woirin told MMAFighting.com on Tuesday.
Henderson, who weighed in at 199 pounds for his light heavyweight bout with Cormier in May, won only two of his six fights since returning to the UFC as a light heavyweight in 2011. Both wins came against former champion Mauricio "Shogun" Rua.