UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre is expected to clarify his fighting future during a Friday media call at 2:20 p.m. ET.
UFC flyweight titleholder Demetrious Johnson isn’t driven by belts or records — the usual motivation for prizefighters. Instead, it’s all about the money for “Mighty Mouse.”Filed under: Feat...
As was widely expected, former Bellator welterweight champion Ben Askren has inked a deal with One FC.
Less than 24 hours after announcing that John Dodson had to withdraw from the Dec. 14 UFC on Fox 9 fight card, UFC officials have already found a replacement.
Bellator MMA on Wednesday announced that it has has signed one of the hottest prospects in MMA in former NCAA Champion and 2x All American Darrion Caldwell.
TORONTO – UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones was entirely serious when he recently stated his desire to leave the sport of MMA behind by 30 years old.Filed under: Featured, News, Only ...
While Johny Hendricks didn't leave the Octagon with the belt on Saturday night at UFC 167, in the eyes of many fans, he is the champion.
Rumors and speculation have abounded since UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre said he had some personal problems to deal with and that he needed to "go away for a little bit."
Watch here as Johny Hendricks reacts to the decision handed down in the UFC 167 main event.
Bellator MMA on Thursday announced that it has released undefeated welterweight champion Ben Askren. Is he now headed to the UFC and an eventual showdown with Georges St-Pierre?
Longtime welterweight champion Ben Askren is a Bellator MMA fighter no more.Filed under: Bellator, Featured, UFC Tagged: Ben Askren
UFC lightweight champion Anthony “Showtime” Pettis has reportedly suffered a knee, although it doesn’t appear serious enough to force him out of the first scheduled defense of his title.
Daniel Straus defeated Pat Curran at Bellator 106 by unanimous decision to become the new Bellator Featherweight Champion.
While many of his contemporaries have long since retired, former UFC heavyweight champion Maurice Smith finds fighting peaceful.
Welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre made his UFC debut in 2004, and just two fights into his tenure, he was already being hailed as "the new breed of UFC fighters."