BJ Penn's motivation has been questioned in the past, but with several past and current champions in his UFC on Fox 5 camp, there should be little doubt.
Canadian welterweight prospect Rory MacDonald has suffered a large cut in training and will be unable to compete as expected against B.J. Penn at UFC 152.
LOS ANGELES - A major cut suffered in training that required several stitches will keep Rory MacDonald from a highly anticipated welterweight fight against B.J. Penn at UFC 152 next month.
B.J. Penn has now joined opponent Jon Fitch on the sidelines as he has ruled himself out of the UFC 132 card after suffering an injury in training. Read More >>
The UFC on Wednesday announced that, as part of the UFC Fan Expo in Toronto, Chuck Liddell, BJ Penn, and Anthony Pettis will host Training & Development sessions. Read More >>
During their intense UFC 169 training camp, bantamweight champ Renan Barão and featherweight champ Jose Aldo were paid a visit by none other than two-division UFC champion BJ Penn.
Former two-division UFC champion BJ Penn talks about his return to the Octagon to fight Frankie Edgar, his drop to 145 pounds, and coaching on The Ultimate Fighter.
Khabib Nurmagomedov is a man who seems to know what he wants. He wants someone with initials. B.J. or T.J. – either one will do. The UFC lightweight from Russia wants to fight B.J. Penn or T...
Take a look back at Frankie Edgar's shocking upset of BJ Penn to win the lightweight belt at UFC 112.
Although UFC President Dana White has pressed hard for the fighter's retirement, B.J. Penn apparently is looking for another fight, and it'd likely come at lightweight.
Former two-division UFC champion BJ Penn is contemplating a return to fighting in the lightweight division.
UFC president Dana White wants to see BJ Penn retire. "BJ Penn absorbs every amount of punishment you can give him... He's taken a lot of damage and I don't want to see him take anymore."
Take a deeper look back at UFC on Fox 5's Rory MacDonald vs. BJ Penn and Shogun Rua vs. Alexander Gustafsson with the Fuel TV's "UFC on Fox 5 Flashback."
Rory MacDonald talks about his dominant win over B.J. Penn, what he thought about the boos from the Seattle faithful and what he wants next in his career.
Rory MacDonald served everyone notice that he has officially arrived with his one-sided win over BJ Penn, and then he immediately called out Carlos Condit for his next fight.