After a triumphant return to the Octagon in April after two years on the sidelines, the injury bug has once again bit welterweight Thiago Alves, who has been forced out of his August 23 bout... more
For the second time in nearly three years, UFC veteran Matt Hamill has announced his retirement from mixed martial arts. more
Although he lost a good chunk of time in his career, Stefan Struve is fortunate to be returning to the cage after a heart condition put his health at risk.Filed under: News, UFC more
Sara McMann will return to the Octagon for the first time since a failed title bid against Ronda Rousey, as the Olympic silver medalist faces Lauren Murphy on Aug. 16. more
For the first time in his 17 years with the organization, Mike Goldberg sat and watched an event live as a fan on Sunday during The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale. more
At UFC Fight Night 45, Donald Cerrone and Jim Miller will look to take a step closer to the lightweight championship.
Noteworthy 155-pound names headed in the right direction, Cerrone and Miller have secured their UFC roster spots. However, some others competing on Wednesday are in a bad position. There are multiple fighters who could be competing for their UFC lives when they head to Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Here are the fighters who are sitting on a hot seat heading into UFC Fight Night 45. more
Dillashaw recently spoke to the Brazilian press about his upcoming rematch with Renan Barao and it sounds like the newly minted UFC champion is all confidence. more
UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis discussed his time on the sidelines recovering from a PCL injury, as well as his upcoming title fight against Gilbert Melendez. Anthony Pettis may not feel the urge to endlessly defend himself on twitter but he does admit that the recent criticism directed at him has certainly gotten on his nerves.
The UFC lightweight champion has been out of action for the better part of the last year since defeating Benson Henderson via submission to win the championship more
The Nevada State Athletic Commission today handed down a two-year suspension and other punishments to now-retired UFC fighter Chael Sonnen following a pair of failed UFC 175 drug tests.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC more