UFC president Dana White on Friday night confirmed that John Dodson would get the first crack at UFC flyweight champion Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson.
The lightweight division will move on regardless of how close the outcome of UFC 150's main event between Benson Henderson and Frankie Edgar ends up on the scorecards.
SAN FRANCISCO - The winner of Saturday's UFC 117 co-main event between Jon Fitch and Thiago Alves will, in fact, get a shot at the title.
UFC president Dana White confirmed the expected...
Temperatures reached a mild 66 degrees today in Las Vegas, but that didn’t stop UFC President Dana White from enjoying a driveway full of snow on Christmas Eve.Filed under: News, UFC
The former presidential candidate famous for his 'human cock-fighting' quip gives his stamp of approval to the UFC in an upcoming documentary.
HOUSTON – Missing weight never is going to go over well with the UFC brass, but sometimes there are exceptions to the rule. Such is the case for Team Alpha Male product Andre Fili, who misse...
It only makes sense that Glover Teixeira, following his first-round finish of Ryan Bader, would be granted the next shot at the UFC light heavyweight championship, and now it is a reality.
Although new UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis' health is currently in question, his first title defense is not.
World-ranked flyweight Darrell Montague won’t be taking a warm-up fight in his first UFC appearance.
UFC officials on Saturday announced a pivotal flyweight bout between John Dodson and Darrell Montague. The two will square off at UFC 166, a fight card already top heavy with big men.
SEATTLE – For Dana White, dealing with the lighter weight classes, in particular the flyweight division, seems like a damned-if-you-do, damned-if-you-don't proposition.
A middleweight match-up between Vitor Belfort and Tim Kennedy is in the works for an upcoming event in Brazil.
Dana White has seen the gruesome video that shows MMA fighters Kaue Mena and Maiquel Falcao savagely beaten, and he's as disgusted as anyone at the brutal attack. But he admits he's not comp...
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones is on the mend after suffering a dislocated toe at UFC 159, but it appears that his next fight is already set.
UFC president Dana White says Ronda Rousey garners more media attention than any other UFC fighter ever. “She blows (Brock Lesnar) out of the water,” he declared.