ORLANDO – The UFC’s 2014 schedule continues to fill, and the company today announced two more summer events.Filed under: News, UFC
Minutes after the conclusion of UFC Fight Night 37, the Ultimate Fighting Championship announced the date of its next trip to Macau.
Japanese veteran Caol Uno will return to action later this month to face American Jesse Brock inside the cage of the Shooto-affiliated Vale Tudo Japan.
A featherweight match-up has been added to the UFC Fight Night: Shogun vs. Henderson 2 fight card. Diego Brandao will meet Will Chope in Natal, Brazil on March 23.
As expected, a light heavyweight rematch between MMA legends Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and Dan Henderson will serve as the headliner of March’s UFC Fight Night 38, which will s...
The first VTJ (Vale Tudo Japan) card of 2014 is set for Feb. 23. It features an eight-man flyweight tournament, which four of Japan’s top 125-pound fighters have already signed on for.
An investigation is underway into the home invasion of a New Mexico-based MMA fighter that left one man dead, and prosecutors will decide before the end of the month whether he faces crimina...
Gokhan Turkyilmaz recorded a 26 second knockout over Kevin Manderson at BRACE 23 from the Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre on Saturday night.
Gokhan Turkyilmaz and Kevin Manderson weighed in inside the lightweight limit ahead of their main event fight at BRACE 23 in Townsville, Australia on Saturday.
UFC interim bantamweight champ Renan Barao admits he considers himself the promotion's real title holder. After his latest impressive win, it's hard to argue with him.
Former UFC fighter Benny Alloway will return to the cage at BRACE 23 in Townsville, Australia, on Oct. 26, when he takes on Rick Alchin.
Despite announcing his retirement this past Friday, Pete Spratt has at least one more fight in him.
Tim Means and Leonard Garcia scored important victories at Legacy FC 23 on Friday night in San Antonio, but fellow UFC veteran Pete Spratt said he likely is done fighting.
Legacy Fc 23 Results
Following his release from the UFC, Tim Means thanked Legacy FC for giving him a job. After his first appearance for the promotion, it looks like he'll be employed as long as he likes.