Alex White has replaced injured Jim Alers and now fights Lucas Martins next month at UFC Fight Night 45.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC more
Former UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre has apologized for his support of a friend who was arrested and pleaded guilty to drug-trafficking charges. more
At the UFC 175 post-fight press conference, focus had already shifted from Chris Weidman’s impressive title defense against Lyoto Machida to whom Weidman will fight next. more
First impressions are crucial in mixed martial arts, and Alex White absolutely made the most of his first showing inside the Octagon.
The scrappy featherweight prospect made his UFC debut back in April and wasted no time generating a wave of buzz and excitement, as he put a drubbing on veteran Estevan Payan in their tilt at UFC on Fox 11 in Orlando. While the 25-year-old stepped up to take the bout on short notice, the rushed time frame was nowhere to be found in his performance, as White's ligh more
In the wake of an injury to the UFC flyweight division’s contender apparent, champ Demetrious Johnson is moving on against a new opponent.Filed under: News more
Dana White explains why Chris Cariaso will get a shot at Demetrious Johnson while saying that fans will complain about Johnson no matter who he fights.
The reception to Chris Cariaso's flyweight title shot at UFC 177 has been far from positive. Cariaso is ranked number eight in the UFC's rankings and is sitting as a massive underdog to champion Demetrious Johnson. Given his low ranking and the fact that his current three fight win streak has come against fighters with poor UFC records, many fans more
UFC 177 will provide the lighter weight classes with another chance to showcase their skills, as title fights in the bantamweight and flyweight divisions headline the evening's main card. But the Aug. 30 event, to be held in Sacramento, California, is not exactly creating a buzz within the MMA world.
There's at least some intrigue about UFC 177's main event, a rematch between T.J. Dillashaw and Renan Barao, with fans wanting to see if Barao can respond to the shellacking he took at UFC 173.
Ronda Rousey says she can beat any BJJ girl in the world, regardless of rules or weight class.
UFC champion Ronda Rousey is certainly no stranger to making bold statements about her skills. Whether it's flat out saying she will dominate her UFC opponents, to saying that under the right circumstances she can beat Cain Velasquez, it's just the type of confidence that some athletes have to have with themselves.
The former Olympic Judoka is set to face a BJJ black belt in Alexis Davis next, and as s more
UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is just nine days away from her next title defense, but she admits it’s hard not to think about the fight after that – or even the one after that.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC more