Aldo's quickness early on proved the difference despite another courageous comeback from Edgar.
What was supposed to be a UFC 156 photo op got a little heated between Alistair Overeem and Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva at the UFC 156 media day. Just what was said? Dana White has the breakdown...
Alistair Overeem may feel he's "just better" than Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva, but the giant Brazilian has his own thoughts on the matter.
While Jose Aldo and Frankie Edgar top the UFC 156 bill, it was Alistair Overeem and Antonio Silva who had a few choice words for each other that had UFC president Dana White in fear for his ...
Many people, Alistair Overeem included, seem to think it is almost a foregone conclusion that he will defeat Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva at UFC 156 on Saturday night.
Overeem doesn't care much for the media. He'd rather control his image on his own terms.
Alistair Overeem returns after a year away from fighting with one goal in mind, one obsession and that's becoming the UFC heavyweight champion.
Combat sports are very different from cycling, so fighters caught cheating should be subject to much harsher penalties.
The Nevada Athletic Commission has granted Alistair Overeem a fight license, clearing the way for the heavyweight’s planned Feb. 2 meeting with Antonio Silva at UFC 156.
Alistair Overeem has been approved for his fight license in Nevada, making his bout with Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva at UFC 156 official.
UFC fighter Alistair Overeem and his former team and management, Golden Glory, have settled their respective lawsuits against one another.
UFC heavyweight Alistair Overeem and his former management at Golden Glory have settled their respective lawsuits in California and Nevada.
A legal fight between Alistair Overeem and his former management group is now over.
The parties have settled and dismissed competing lawsuits filed in Nevada and California, a press rel...
The UFC can promote Alistair Overeem and Nick Diaz for bouts next year "as long as Zuffa makes quite clear that there's an added piece to that puzzle," NSAC Executive Director Keith Kizer to...
UFC president Dana White confirmed on Saturday night that they received permission to promote Alistair Overeem prior to regaining his license, but for Nick Diaz, not so much.