Ian McCall is finally set to fight Brad Pickett in Dublin on July 19, nearly four months after the two were originally scheduled to meet at UFC Fight Night “Gustafsson vs. Manuwa.” more
Ian McCall considers himself the top contender in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s 125-pound division. more
There used to be a time when a UFC pay-per-view event, no matter who was in the headline spot, could be counted on for 300,000 buys.Go back a little more than two years ago, no matter who was on top and what the sports competition was head-to-head, you were never going below 215,000 buys.But with the increase in shows, people are picking and choosing what UFC content they'll watch, and what they are willing to spend money on. Without the right attraction, the numbers aren't going to be what they more
Because all "Mighty Mouse" does is win without cheating. "I'm disappointed to hear that Bagautinov tested positive for EPO. That's very unfortunate news. But the moral of this story is that I proved on June 14 that you don't need to cheat, you don't need PEDs to be a champion. I am proud to be a clean champion and I believe that talent will beat drugs every time out, just like it did last month in Vancouver." -- A very disappointed Demetrious Johnson tells MMA Fighting that it's unfortunate that more
The MMA Hour is back in your life on Monday. Below is a rundown of who will be stopping by and when:
1:00 p.m. ET -- Manager Lex McMahon will discuss a change in his career and other news.
1:25 p.m. -- UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson will talk about what's next for him.
1:45 p.m. -- Irish flyweight Neil Seery will preview his UFC Fight Night Dublin bout against Phil Harris.
2:05 p.m. -- TUF 19 cast member Cathal Pendred will talk about his experience on the show and his UFC Fight Night more
"Mighty Mouse" dishes on "Puncher King's" latest drug test flop and reveals exactly why he can't see eye-to-eye with his fellow flyweight John Dodson. Last week was an interesting one to say the least for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) flyweight division, as it was revealed that two of the top four fighters in the weight class would be out of action for a year.
Although for entirely different reasons.
No. 1 ranked John Dodson revealed he would be sidelined until late 2015 due to a rece more
UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson talks about what's next for him. more
From Yahoo Sports: The flyweight champion, who successfully defended his belt at UFC 174 in Vancouver, British Columbia, will be looking for his seventh win in a row. more
In the wake of an injury to the UFC flyweight division’s contender apparent, champ Demetrious Johnson is moving on against a new opponent.Filed under: News more