It's practically the American dream. Dave Huckaba gets to fight his boss ... and get paid to do it. But that's not what the heavyweight is focusing on at World Series of Fighting 4.
MMAjunkie.com Radio today welcomes to the show Bellator tournament winner Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal, UFC Fight Night 26's Michael McDonald and WSOF 4's Angel DeAnda and Dave Huckaba.
LAS VEGAS – Dave Herman landed three strikes – four if you count touching gloves with Gabriel Gonzaga. But Gonzaga had four of his own, and they were all he needed for a 17-second TKO victor...
Dave Herman passed his mandatory pre-fight drug test and will fight as expected at UFC 162.
UFC heavyweight Dave Herman has passed a required pre-fight drug test, gaining approval to fight Gabriel Gonzaga at UFC 162 on Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Dave Herman is set for his UFC 162 bout against Gabriel Gonzaga after passing a pre-fight drug test ordered by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
UFC heavyweight Dave Herman will be allowed to fight Gabriel Gonzaga at UFC 162 next week... if he passes an immediate drug test.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission today granted UFC heavyweight Dave Herman a one-fight license to fight Gabriel Gonzaga at UFC 162, but the permission came with strings – and the third d...
Company president Ray Sefo will meet fellow heavyweight Dave Huckaba at World Series of Fighting's next event. Nick Newell also is on the card.
UFC 162 Play-by-Play: Gabriel Gonzaga vs. Dave Herman
Dave Courchaine recently scored the biggest victory of his career, but title talk to the contrary, he is focused on XFC 24 opponent Luis Santos, not shiny belts.
During Dave Courchaine's professional MMA debut, he took his opponent into a bear hug and was planning to his next move. Then he and the crowd at "Strikeforce at the Dome" got a big surprise...
MMADIRT.com interview with Dave Huckaba as he gears up for his WSOF 3 matchup with Rolles Gracie.
Bellator No. 1 lightweight contender Dave Jansen has withdrawn from his Bellator 96 challenge of champion Michael Chandler, who now gets a new opponent and a new date for his next defense.
The injury bug has bitten Bellator's lightweight division, and champion Michael Chandler's next title defense will be delayed – and will come against a new opponent.