If it hasn't become obvious over the past year or so, the UFC has a fairly intense love affair with Brazil.
And with good reason. The UFC returned to the South American cradle of mixed ...
While Alistair Overeem claims he couldn’t accept two offered matchups with Junior dos Santos due to injury, UFC President Dana White begs to differ.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC Tagged:...
UFC president Dana White is making the jump back to boxing with the new boxing-based reality series "The Fighters." The show debuts Thursday night on Discovery Channel.
The figures have been mostly tallied, and though UFC 168 won’t go down as the organization’s biggest pay-per-view event, you won’t hear company officials complaining.Filed ...
Whether or not Georges St-Pierre will return to the UFC at a later date is still undetermined, but UFC president Dana White is confident that he will.
UFC president Dana White says Vitor Belfort has not bee abusing testosterone replacement therapy.
UFC president Dana White believes the UFC is starting to get recognition on the level of the NFL and other major sports.
UFC president Dana White says Cris Cyborg committed career suicide when she signed with Tito Ortiz’s Primetime 360 Entertainment & Sports Management Inc.
UFC president Dana White explains the decision to cut top-ten ranked middleweight Yushin Okami from the organization's roster.
Dana White is never short on things to talk about, and that held true for the UFC president during a nearly hourlong Google Hangout on Thursday. Check out a video replay of the event inside.
Watch UFC president Dana White's FOX Sports Google+ Hangout.
FOX Sports Google+ Hangout with UFC President Dana White, live on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. ET / 2:30 p.m. PT.
UFC president Dana White was a guest on Wednesday night's edition of Fox Sports Live, where, among other things, he defended his friend, New York Yankee's star Alex Rodriguez.
After clearing numerous hurdles put before him by the Culinary Union and Boston's city council president, UFC president Dana White says he'll return to Boston and even thanks his antagonists...
A proposed middleweight bout between former UFC light heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida and former Strikeforce welterweight champion Nick Diaz appears to be off the table.