UFC womenâ€™s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey logged her fasted career finish at UFC 175 on Saturday, dispatching of No. 2 ranked Alexis Davis in just 16 seconds. more
The lineup is nearly complete for next month’s Cage Warriors 70 event, which streams live on MMAjunkie.Filed under: Cage Warriors, MMA Rumors, News more
Benson Henderson returns to the Octagon next month when he takes on fellow top-ranked lightweight Rafael Dos Anjos in the main event of the August 23 UFC Fight Night event in Tulsa, Oklahoma. more
Nate Marquardt closed out Saturday's UFC event in Auckland, New Zealand with a submission win over James Te Huna. However, the former middleweight title challenger still fell short of scoring the most impressive submission of the weekend.
That honor went to Charles Oliveira, who locked up an anaconda choke against Hatsu Hioki. While we have seen anaconda chokes executed previously inside the Octagon, nobody had ever forced the Japanese featherweight to tap.
For that reason alone, Oliveira's win more
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo is injured and out of the pay-per-view main event against Chad Mendes, according to a report from UFC Tonight on Wednesday. more
There will be plenty of gold on the line when One Fighting Championship makes its initial foray into Dubai. more
Former world title challenger Sara McMann returns to the Octagon on August 16 to face unbeaten newcomer Lauren Murphy in a bantamweight bout at UFC Fight Night in Bangor, Maine. more
The official weigh-in event for UFC 175: "Weidman vs. Machida" takes place today (Fri., July 4, 2014) from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
As usual, MMAmania.com will provide both a live video stream and complete UFC 175 weigh-in results below, as well as detailed recap of the festivities just as soon as they conclude. The first fighter is expected to tip the scale at 7 p.m. ET.
Complete UFC 175 weigh in results are as follows:
185 lbs.: Chris Weidman () vs. Lyoto more
Former UFC welterweight champion Matt Hughes said back in February that he'd be surprised to see fellow former champion Georges St-Pierre actually make a return to the Octagon. Now, Hughes is urging his former rival to make his competitive hiatus permanent.
"The UFC would hate me saying this but I'm going to say it anyway," Hughes told Canada.com (via MMA Mania). "If I was GSP, I'd probably hang them up. Here I am a guy that lost my (last) two fights and I'd love to get back in there (to finish more