UFC Fight Night San Antonio headliners Cub Swanson and Jeremy Stephens and the rest of the fight card stepped on the scale on Friday in Texas. more
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The Ultimate Fighter season 17 winner Kelvin Gastelum overcame on early onslaught by Nicholas Musoke to keep his undefeated record intact at UFC Fight Night 44 on Saturday. more
Cub Swanson came back from a rough second round to take over the fight against Jeremy Stephens and stake his claim to a UFC featherweight title fight.
Cub Swanson said coming into his fight with Jeremy Stephens that he wasn't going to beg for a title shot should he come away the winner.
Swanson was able to emerge with his hand raised in an entertaining bout and stayed true to his word, "I don't beg," was Swanson's statement to Jon Anik following the victory.
Swanson and Stephens came out strong more
Cub Swanson further established his place in the UFC featherweight division, beating Jeremy Stephens in the main event at UFC Fight Night in San Antonio, Texas, on Saturday evening. more
The UFC kicked off the UFC 175 PPV broadcast with a couple of action-packed fights, the first between Marcus Brimage and Russell Doane, and the second between Uriah Hall and Thiago Santos. The UFC opened up the PPV portion of the UFC 175 fight card with a bantamweight contest between Marcus Brimage and Russell Doane, who fought to a questionable decision.
Russell Doane quickly went to work on the PPV curtain jerker, as he took Marcus Brimage down and proceeded to work for a rear-naked choke. He more
Down, but not out. "I had surgery four weeks ago, and I'm doing fine now. ACL surgery takes at least five months to return to fighting. I'm doing physical therapy now. I know the limits of my body. I won't get myself injured again. I can do other things. I ride bikes and work out every day, but I can't train yet. I still have what it takes. I will return next year. I have plans to be in shape and fight again, for sure. I want to recover first, and then I will see how I feel." Ultimate Fighting C more