UFC and Bellator veteran Roger Huerta will be looking to bounce back from the brutal soccer kick knockout, when he returns to the cage after a two-year absence at ONE FC: Reign of Champions. more
Next month’s “ONE FC 19: Reign of Champions” event, which includes four title fights, has some new non-championship additions.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News more
A trio of bouts have been officially added to ONE Fighting Championship's upcoming quadruple-header, including the return of onetime UFC standout Roger Huerta.
Huerta (21-7-1, 1 NC), a lightweight who currently serves as head wrestling coach at Tiger Muay Thai in Phunket, Thailand, has been out of competition since suffering a brutal second-round knockout loss via soccer kick to Zorobabel Moreira in June 2012. Counting the Moreira loss, Huerta holds just a 1-6 record over his last seven contests more
Like Obi Wan said, "Now that's a name I've not heard in a long time..."
Mixed martial arts (MMA) fans haven't seen former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight Roger Huerta for over two years. Probably because it took him that long to wake up from one of the nastiest soccer kicks in the history of the sport (see it again here).
But time heals all wounds.
The 31-year-old Huerta (21-7-1, 1 NC), just 1-6 over his last seven, has been paired off against undefeated newcomer Christian Holle more
Sherdog.com reports from the SAP Center in San Jose, Calif., with live UFC on Fox 12 “Lawler vs. Brown” results and play-by-play. more
On Saturday welterweight contender Matt Brown looks for his eighth straight UFC win and a guaranteed title shot. But to get there, he needed win No. 7, and it proved no easy feat.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos more
UFC Fight Night 52 has added 3 bouts, including a welterweight match up between Korean star Hyun Gyu Lim and Takenori Sato.
Hyun Gyu Lim finally has a return date, and the popular Korean slugger will be taking on Takenori Sato in hostile territory at UFC Fight Night 52. Although yet to be announced by the promotion, both parties have confirmed on social media that the Asian champs will indeed face off, with the former PXC champion competing against the former King of Pancrase when the UFC heads more
Anthony Pettis will defend his UFC lightweight title December 6 against top contender Gilbert Melendez at UFC 181.
The fight will be Pettis' first title defense. For that matter, it's the first bout of any kind for "Showtime" since he won the belt from Benson Henderson last August at UFC 164.
Pettis himself broke the news Monday while a guest on The MMA Hour broadcast with host Ariel Helwani. "December 6 is going to be the date of my next fight; it'll be out here in Vegas," Pettis said. "I got w more
In those days spirits were brave, the stakes were high, men were real men, women were real women and small furry creatures from Alpha Centauri were real small furry creatures from Alpha Centauri.
A promise of fun action fights delivered in style at the UFC's recent Dublin return. It'd been more than five years since the UFC was last in Dublin, where Rich Franklin fought Dan Henderson at 205, and Mauricio Rua took a second crack at Mark Coleman, fresh off three years of retirement. All told, UFC more