Irish fans finally have a UFC event returning to their country, as promotion officials on Thursday revealed a return to Dublin is scheduled for July 19.
Surprising turns was the name of the game in 2013 for top ranked women’s strawweight fighter Jessica “Jag” Aguilar, who fights for the inaugural starwweight title at WSOF 8 on Jan. 18.
As the days go by, Atlanta's UFC card is filling up. UFC officials announced on Tuesday Yoel Romero vs. Derek Brunson and Vinc Pichel vs. Garett Whiteley.
Former Strikeforce middleweight champion Luke Rockhold will square off with Costa Philippou in a five-round, non-title fight in the UFC Fight Night 35 main event.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship handed out $50,000 in performance-based bonuses following UFC Fight Night 32 in Goiania, Brazil on Saturday.
The sports world is starting to taking notice of lightweight prospect Nick Newell, a one-handed fighter who moved to 10-0 at Saturday's WSOF 4 event.
Ian McCall was not going to be denied again.
Leg kicks, crisp punching combinations and superior lateral movement carried the former Tachi Palace Fights flyweight champion to a unanimous ...
The official numbers are in and UFC 162 is officially a success... at least at the box office, landing among the top five grossing MMA gates in Nevada history.
Irish MMA fans will be able to watch live UFC events starting in August through Setana Sports with the addition of three new channels.
"TUF 18" got a big change this past week when Miesha Tate stepped in for Cat Zingano to coach opposite Ronda Rousey. In the latest Women's MMA Report, Robert Sargent discusses that and other...
UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre continues to add to his silver screen resume by voicing the character “Art” in the Quebec-French language version of Disney-Pixar’s "Monster’s Uni...
Just days after she landed on the Business Insider list of influential women and the cover of ESPN The Magazine, Ronda Rousey revealed that she made the Maxim Hot 100 list of the world's sex...
UFC women’s 135-pound champion Ronda Rousey has been selected to appear on the cover of ESPN The Magazine for the second time.
UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has landed the cover of "ESPN The Magazine" for the second time.
Before he faces top welterweight contender Johny Hendricks inside the Octagon, UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre will take on Captain America on the silver screen.