In the latest edition of the UFC’s new web series, go behind the scenes of the last days leading up to Saturday’s UFC 175.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos more
Technically, we’re just past the year’s midway point. But on the UFC’s event schedule, July’s pay-per-view offering is one of two big happenings when it comes to talent and prestige. Unfortunately, the event’s luster took a bit hit when a highly (...) more
If you didn't see it the first time around with the rest of the world, you'll want to check out Chris Weidman's knockout of Anderson Silva, the fight that earned him the UFC middleweight championship. more
The UFC has booked a bunch of fights over the last few days, and here's a rundown of what they put together. Since the UFC has decided to produce 50+ events in 2014, there is a remarkable amount of fighter signings and new match-ups being set up throughout any given week. Many of these new signings are for match-ups that take place on the undercard, or on the Fight Pass portion of a PPV, so we are going to continue with a new weekly (or bi-weekly if needed) series of articles where we take a bri more
Chances are you’ve heard Aesop’s classic fable about the tortoise and the hare – two unevenly matched competitors who engaged in a race. more
We're just days away from UFC 175, which takes place this Sat. night (July 5, 2014) inside Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, which means it's time to check out the "Countdown" to "Weidman vs. Machida" preview special that recently aired on FOX Sports 1 to market the promotion's upcoming mixed martial arts (MMA) pay-per-view (PPV) extravaganza. Strap in and enjoy! more
From Yahoo Sports: Rousey is again carrying the promotional workload for this title fight, but what she'd really like is a fighter with the same star power. more
UFC Fight Night 43 was historic in both flattering and unflattering ways. Check out 40 post-fight facts about Saturday’s event in New Zealand.Filed under: News, UFC more
In between rounds, Swanson could be heard telling his cornerman, Greg Jackson, that he believed there were two rounds left in the contest.
Instead, he went out and continued doing his best to jump in, land a shot, and jump back out without feeling Stephens' considerable power. He was having more success here, drawing blood.
He went back to his big weapon, the liver kick, and once again landed clean. It affected Stephens again, though not as much as the first time, and he backed away coveri more