At the UFC Fight Night 46 Q&A, Forrest Griffin, Cub Swanson, Luke Barnatt, Jimi Manuwa, and Eddie Gordon will answer questions from the fans. The session will be live at 12 p.m. ET. more
Back in the win column, The Huntington Beach Bad Boy wants more.
Tito Ortiz submitted Bellator middleweight champion Alexander Shlemenko in a light heavyweight bout in May, and he’s targeting a return to the cage in November, according to his muay thai coach Rafael Cordeiro.
"He did an excellent fight against Shlemenko," Cordeiro told MMAFighting.com. "He will fight again in November. We don’t know the opponent yet, but he’s already training."
The former UFC light heavyweight champion snapped a more
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UFC flyweight champion Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson has reigned supreme as the best 125-pound fighter in the world, and over the past two years he has dispatched the entire divisional Top Five.
He’s looked dominant against his contemporaries and is set to defend his belt against the No. 8-ranked Chris Cariaso in a head-scratcher of a fight at UFC 177 on August 30. If fighters like Joseph Benavidez, Ian McCall and John Moraga can’t find a chink in the armor of Mighty Mouse, his next challeng more
Following today’s UFC Fight Night 46 weigh-ins, you can watch a special Q&A session with a host of notables. Filed under: News, UFC, Videos more
Gleison Tibau will become the lightweight with the most UFC fights Wednesday night, but that’s not the only record he wants.
Tibau, who has built a 13-8 record inside the Octagon since 2006, targets Tito Ortiz’s record of 27 bouts in the UFC, and he wants to surpass that number by the end of 2015.
"This goal keeps me inspired and motivated," Tibau told MMAFighting.com. "I want to break all the records. I want to be the lightweight with most fights and wins in the UFC, and I want to be the fighte more
In a bout most experts saw as the potential fight of the night, flyweights Justin Scoggins and Dustin Ortiz opened The Ultimate Fighter 19 Finale and didn't disappoint, putting on a scintillating bout of action that never slowed for a second.
In the first frame, Scoggins seemed to be getting controlled early, but Scoggins maneuvered for position underneath, locking up an armbar that seemed just moments away from inducing a tap from Ortiz. The Duke Roufus product hung on, however, but the two spe more
LAS VEGAS – Putting in a ton of work both on the feet and on the ground, Dustin Ortiz survived a dicey moment in the first round to hand Justin Scoggins his first loss. Ortiz (14-3 MMA, 3-1 UFC) had to fend off a solid armbar from Scoggins (9-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC) in the first, (...) more