Frankie Edgar has decided to join the UFC featherweight ranks.
Although he lost his UFC lightweight belt, Frankie Edgar has earned a new one.
Benson Henderson had to sweat through a narrow verdict on the scorecards to retain the Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight crown.
UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar is on the mend and will likely be ready to get back in action in late September or October.
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Just weeks after UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar split from manager Shari Spencer, the top 155lb fighter in the world has now signed on with new representation. Read More >>
Although currently sidelined by a knee injury, former UFC lightweight contender Tyson Griffin has some big plans for his return to the cage: a drop in weight class.
The move to featherwei...
Jose Aldo may be one of the most talented fighters to enter MMA in the last few years, but his team wants to play it smart with him and they say it will be at least a year before he will try...
Ready to make the second defense of his UFC lightweight champion, Frankie Edgar's days as a plumber are well behind him, but he needs to defeat Gray Maynard at UFC 125 to erase memories of h...
Nearly three years after his last professional fight, Sean Sherk has officially called it a career.
Former UFC lightweight champion Sean Sherk on Monday announced his retirement as a mixed martial artist.
Jose Aldo won't lack worthy opponents if he decides to stay at featherweight after UFC 163.
Nearly the entire time Frankie Edgar was the UFC's lightweight champion, his boss was dropping hints left and right that he should drop down to 145. Now that he has a win there, what are the...
Former UFC lightweight titleholder Frankie Edgar picks Chris Weidman to upset middleweight champion Anderson Silva in the UFC 161 main event on July 6 in Las Vegas.
"I don't wanna be talking about do you think you won, this and that," said Frankie Edgar after his fight with Jose Aldo. "He left with the belt and he's the champion, deservedly."
In his first appearance in more than a year, Ultimate Fighting Championship featherweight titleholder Jose Aldo faces perhaps the most difficult test of his career.