Finally stepping off the road and into a consistent training routine, King of the Cage champion Josh Paiva is ready to put his belt on the line for the first time.
Despite having spent many hours together in the gym, Lyoto Machida believes he still has a few surprises left for former training partner Mark Munoz.
While a number of fighters made emphatic statements at this past weekend's UFC 166 event, perhaps none was more impressive than Adlan Amagov announcing his arrival in the UFC's welterweight ...
Training alongside the UFC heavyweight champion before a big fight is sort of a mixed blessing for Daniel Cormier. "We spar hard at least once a week," Cormier said. "And it sucks."
Former UFC interim welterweight champ Carlos Condit said his priority remains winning the undisputed title, as well as putting on great fights for the fans.
UFC welterweight Martin Kampmann says he gassed himself out in the first round against Carlos Condit in the UFC Fight Night 27 main event.
INDIANAPOLIS – Martin Kampmann knew he couldn't get out to another slow start this time. And in the end, it may have come back to bite him.
Check out the video highlights as Carlos Condit stopped Martin Kampmann in the fourth round in the main event of UFC Fight Night 27.
Chael Sonnen 042 UFC 117-478x270Check out the UFC Fight Night 27 Fight Highlights Video of main eventers Carlos Condit and Martin Kampmann.
The rematch between Carlos Condit and Martin Kampmann lived up to expectations at UFC Fight Night 27 on Wednesday night, but Condit left no doubts about the victory in this one.
It was worth the wait for Carlos Condit.
INDIANAPOLIS – For five minutes, Carlos Condit looked lost. For the next 11, he looked unbeatable.
They had to know they might encounter one another again.
It's a wonder fights ever go the distance in this sport. Considering how many fighters we hear from who vow not to leave the outcome of their bout in the hands of those meddlesome, dastardly...
INDIANAPOLIS – Martin Kampmann said he and Carlos Condit are improved versions of themselves. But there's a key difference Kampmann points to when he talks about the fighter he was when...