The Ultimate Fighting Championship on Saturday announced that UFC 163 will take place on Aug. 3 in Rio de Janerio, Brazil.
Team Alpha Male's Chad Mendes has but one defeat in his professional career, and he badly wants to avenge that loss. Will he have time before the man who beat him makes his way up to the lig...
Chad Mendes has only ever lost a fight to UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo, and it sticks in his craw. He wants that fight again, and he wants it bad.
Texas, Chicago and Las Vegas' loss will apparently be Rio de Janeiro's gain. According to Brazilian website Tatame.com, Rio de Janeiro's HSBC Arena will play host to August's UFC 163.
Prior to Marlon Sandro's fight at Thursday's Bellator 92 event, MMAjunkie.com's Christian Stein headed to Brazil for a trip to the featherweight tournament participant's home gym.
Four straight wins is the mark many fighters have hit to get a UFC title shot. Darren Elkins could pick up win No. 5 in a row if he beats Antonio Carvalho at UFC 158 next week – and don't th...
Jose Aldo will face Anthony Pettis on Aug. 3 for the featherweight title. If he wins, he earns a lightweight title shot, but if he takes it, he has to stay at lightweight.
Jose Aldo’s jump to lightweight could come sooner rather than later.
What did it take to change Jose Aldo's mind in agreeing to grant Anthony Pettis a title shot? Simply a title shot of his own if he should win.
Shifting gears, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo has decided to defend his belt against Anthony Pettis.