UFC bantamweight Bryan Caraway thought he was doing something nice when he took his parents on vacation in Cancun recently, but if not for some quick-thinking heroics by fellow UFC fighter Miesha Tate, it could have been deadly.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC more
AUCKLAND, New Zealand – Daniel Hooker had to battle back from what might have finished many fighters. But he made surviving some danger worth his home fans’ while.Filed under: News, UFC more
AUCKLAND, New Zealand – It was a tale of two fights between Neil Magny and Rodrigo Goiana de Lima, and Magny ultimately got the better of things.Filed under: News, UFC more
AUCKLAND, New Zealand – Showing a cage wisdom beyond his years, Jake Matthews submitted Dashon Johnson in the third round.Filed under: News, UFC more
SAN ANTONIO – After 58 fights during a 17-year pro career and recent wins over the likes of Jeff Monson and Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic, Oleksiy Oliynyk finally added a UFC victory to his resume.Filed under: News, UFC more
SAN ANTONIO – Ray Borg vowed that he wouldn’t be hindered by the octagon jitters in his second UFC fight like he was in the first, and it didn’t take long for him to deliver on that promise.Filed under: News, UFC more
SAN ANTONIO – It’s a good thing Carlos Diego Ferreira doesn’t get paid by the minute, or he’d be going home with a relatively meager paycheck.Filed under: News, UFC more
It looks like the Ronda Rousey vs. Miesha Tate rivalry has a trickle down effect, as Manny Gamburyan -- Rousey's training partner -- wants to get his hands on Bryan Caraway -- Tate's boyfriend -- in his first fight at 135 pounds. From lightweight to featherweight, Manny Gamburyan is ready to make yet another change in weight classes, as he eyes a drop down to bantamweight.
And the first opponent he wants to face at 135 pounds is none other than Bryan Caraway, a man he has somewhat of a history w more
It was slow rolling to start the second. Machida threw a front kick that missed before circling around again. Weidman pushed forward like his corner told him to because, well, they wont' score it for the Brazilian if he's moving away and avoiding offense.
So that's what the champion did, even doing some chasing so he could control the center of the cage. He landed with a hard right but Machida answered with a hard kick to the body.
"The Dragon" tried a leaping right hand but missed. Weidman came more