Neiman Gracie grew up with a famous name and a family history of training in martial arts. His path was inevitable, but it started on the ocean.Filed under: News, WSOF more
Nathan Ng’s fighting team has a name that means much more to him than just the series of letters.Filed under: News more
Adam Milstead struggled through his father’s death and a failed attempt at a collegiate football career only to persevere into a promising heavyweight fighter. Filed under: News more
Around the time of his amateur career’s first loss, Matt Wagy noticed something about the way he was fighting that needed to be changed. The Team Alpha Male fighter was backward.Filed under: News more
Cub Swanson, fresh off his huge win over Jeremy Stephens at Fight Night San Antonio to extend his win streak to six, makes a big time jump in the latest official UFC rankings. more
Justin Gaethje has studied Nick Newell in advance of their lightweight title fight at WSOF 11, and he believes Newell isn’t ready to meet an opponent like him. Filed under: News, WSOF more
Paul Gift returns to crunch the fight numbers and estimate win probabilities for tomorrow’s UFC 175 card and Penn vs. Edgar 3 on Sunday.
It's UFC Fight Week!!! Ronda Rousey's busy getting mobbed, Luke Barnatt's cruising around Cosmo in a suit jacket and shorts and Justin Scoggins is finally on a main card! Thanks to the UFC for listening to this tweet and then one-upping it.
The UFC pool party is going on right at this moment and I'm tucked away in my hotel room typing. Man, I love you guys. As more
Did Chris Weidman or Lyoto Machida win last night (Sat., July 5, 2014) in UFC 175's main event from Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada? MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE stream round-by-round full-fight blog coverage of the five-round Middleweight showdown on pay-per-view (PPV) that pits reigning 185-pound champion, "All American" Weidman, against former Light Heavyweight roost ruler, "The Dragon" Machida. Be sure to check back often (full main event results are below) for latest round-by-round upda more
Maybe Ronda Rousey can at least make it look kind of close? At this point, the only challenger left for her to face is Cat Zingano.
The UFC women's bantamweight champion took all of 16 seconds to dispatch Alexis Davis on Saturday night. As Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter tweeted out, that was kind of fast: It was the fastest fight of Rousey's career, per ESPN Stats and Info: Talk about bang for the buck. ESPN's Darren Rovell estimates that Rousey earned at least $7,000 for ever more