It's been more than a decade since Josh Barnett last stepped foot in the UFC Octagon, but that stretch may finally be coming to an end.
Former UFC heavyweight champion Josh Barnett returned to the UFC on Saturday night in Milwaukee and wasted no time making a statement, quickly stopping fellow former champ Frank Mir.
It's been over 11 years since Barnett was (briefly) UFC heavyweight champ. Does he have another run in him?
While most of Strikeforce's top talent has already made the move to the UFC, Josh Barnett remains the most prominent fighter not yet making his way to the Octagon.
Travis Browne is required to undergo the same WADA-certified random drug testing that his UFC 168 opponent, Josh Barnett, will undergo leading up to their fight.
Heavyweight Josh Barnett isn't the only fighter who will undergo random testing prior to UFC 168; his opponent is on the hook, as well.
Josh Barnett on Thursday became the first UFC fighter to agree to a strict condition of World Anti-Doping Agency certified random drug testing in order to gain a license to fight in Nevada.
Former UFC heavyweight champion Josh Barnett will become the first mixed martial artist to undergo WADA-certified random drug testing, and the UFC will foot the bill.
The Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services on Friday released the UFC 164 fighter salaries. Co-main eventers Frank Mir and Josh Barnett topped the disclosed payroll.
The UFC has added a heavyweight showcase between former UFC champion Josh Barnett and rising contender Travis Browne to the Dec. 28 fight card in Las Vegas.
A key heavyweight matchup has been added to the UFC's traditional year-end event as Josh Barnett meets Travis Browne.
Josh Barnett’s return to the UFC last Saturday was a successful one, but it wasn’t without controversy.
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A clash between two former UFC heavyweight champs ended up a dud thanks to referee Robert Hinds.
MILWAUKEE – Josh Barnett proved the superior and better-equipped fighter, but his stoppage win over Frank Mir was the lone disappointment at Saturday's UFC 164 event.