Bellator officials are denying claims that Bellator light heavyweight champion Attila Vegh is not injured, and was instead sidelined for a more high profile bout for its initial pay-per-view...
Former WEC Bantamweight champion Miguel Torres has been arrested in his home state of Indiana for possession of marijuana. The 32-year-old was never far from the headlines during his career ...
Benson Henderson cannot turn back the clock, so he will have to settle for the next best thing: a rematch.
Anthony Hamilton returns to defend his heavyweight belt at CageSport 26 unafraid to throw down with anyone.
It appears that Bellator MMA is ready to let its welterweight champion, Ben Askren, walk away and possibly fight for the UFC.
Check out the new Nike "Just Do It" commercial, which features UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones at about the midway point.
Check out this behind the scenes video of Ronda Rousey's Maxim magazine photo shoot on the beach.
Although he's eyeng a short break for the first time in months following Saturday night's title defense, CFFC welterweight champion George Sullivan has been running around the clock.
Invicta FC featherweight champion Cris “Cyborg” Justino is most widely known for her mixed martial arts exploits, but she’s going back to her Muay Thai roots to fight at Lion Fight 11 on Sep...
Invicta Fighting Championships featherweight titlist Cristiane Justino will compete in a muay Thai bout at Lion Fight 11 on Sept. 20.
Bellator MMA has created a new fail-safe to ensure that champions will defend their titles in a timely fashion.
While officials don't expect it to use it very often, Bellator MMA has instituted a new rule to dictate which fighters get title shots if tournament winners aren't available.
It's a difficult road, but Bellator champion Michael Chandler lurks, continuing to claw his way up the World MMA Top 10 Rankings at lightweight.
UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo suffered a fractured foot in his UFC 163 title defense against "The Korean Zombie," Chan Sung Jung.
He plays the hot knife to the 145-pound division’s butter.