STOCKHOLM – Despite fighting and winning the main event of his UFC debut, Gegard Mousasi was far from jubilant on Saturday night. Following his win over Ilir Latifi, Mousasi is planning...
Gegard Mousasi was suffering from a knee injury throughout training for UFC on Fuel TV 9 and will require surgery to repair it.
UFC on Fuel TV 9 Fight Highlights Video: Gegard Mousasi vs. Ilir Latifi
Ilir Latifi had nothing to lose, and Gegard Mousasi had plenty. But in the end, things went the way they were supposed to. Mousasi, a more than 10-to-1 favorite, cruised to a unanimous decis...
His knee injured, suffering from a cold, and a last-minute change of opponents left Gegard Mousasi with little appetite for taking chances against Ilir Latifi.
STOCKHOLM – In a safe, methodical and workmanlike manner, Gegard Mousasi, to very little surprise, won his UFC debut with a unanimous decision win over short-notice opponent Ilir Latifi.
Gegard Mousasi utilized a potent jab in cruising to a decision over Ilir Latifi in his UFC debut on Saturday in Sweden.
This is not the Ultimate Fighting Championship debut former Dream and Strikeforce champion Gegard Mousasi was anticipating.
After an injury replacement on Tuesday afternoon, UFC on Fuel TV 9 light heavyweights Gegard Mousasi and Ilir Latifi outline the risks and rewards of their late-notice headlining bout.
STOCKHOLM – The drama for Gegard Mousasi came to an end late Tuesday in Sweden when he got word that he indeed would remain as the main event on Saturday's UFC on FUEL TV 9 card. Now he has ...
UFC newcomer Ilir Latifi will replace Alexander Gustafsson in the UFC on Fuel TV 9 main event.
UFC on Fuel TV 9 has undergone drastic changes over the past several days with main event Gegard Mousasi now fighting a training partner of his original opponent Alexander Gustafsson.
Gegard Mousasi has decided he needs a little more time to achieve his goals in fighting. Mousasi, who meets Alexander Gustafsson next week at UFC on FUEL TV 9, told MMAjunkie.com that h...
A backstage injury didn't turn out to be as severe as Ross Pearson originally thought.
Watch the UFC on Fuel TV 9 post-fight press conference video on MMAWeekly.com.