UFC 152 fighter Brian Stann is very excited to be a part of the middleweight division right now, even if he is still a couple of fights away from potentially challenging for the title.
UFC middleweight Brian Stann has hung up his gloves.
UFC middleweight Brian Stann, a former WEC light heavyweight champion, has announced his retirement from the sport to focus on his broadcasting career and devote more time to his family.
Brian Stann may be a ways away from a return to the octagon, but that's not bothering him. The UFC middleweight this month continues down a path ancillary to his fighting career when he agai...
Brian Stann faces Wanderlei Silva in the main event of UFC on Fuel TV 8 on March 2 in the light heavyweight division, but plans to immediately return to middleweight following the fight.
Despite losing to Michael Bisping – whom he ranks as the No. 2 middleweight in the world behind Anderson Silva – "All American" Brian Stann is still confident in his abilities.
Last week, the UFC acquired the services of Bellator middleweight champion Hector Lombard, and the question began circulating: Who will he fight first? Today, there is an answer.
Mark Munoz and Brian Stann are both considering rising stars in the UFC's middleweight division, but are they destined to meet next with a title shot on the line? Read More >>
Former Marine Brian Stann has proven time and again that his move to middleweight was the correct choice. Now he's taking aim at the UFC middleweight championship. Read More >>
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TJ Grant's top contender status in the UFC's lightweight division may be in jeopardy after being forced to withdraw from two title fights.
UFC officials confirmed on Thursday that two middleweight bouts have been added to the Nov. 6 UFC Fight Night 31 (Fight for the Troops 3) fight card in Fort Cambell, Kentucky.
Brian Stann is currently busy making the transition from full-time fighter to full-time broadcaster, but Chael Sonnen believes that the retired fighter will eventually run for a U.S. Senate ...
Brian Stann, who earlier this month announced his retirement from fighting to concentrate on his family and his broadcasting career, will replace the UFC's regular analyst, Joe Rogan, in the...
Recently retired UFC fighter Brian Stann is already edging his way into the broadcast booth, taking over color commentary duties for Joe Rogan at UFC 163: Aldo vs. Korean Zombie.