Light heavyweights James Te Huna and Ryan Jimmo are the latest additions to the UFC’s upcoming trip to London.
It took all three rounds to do it, but James Te Huna kept his streak alive, rising up the UFC light heavyweight ranks with a win over Ryan Jimmo at UFC on Fuel TV 7 on Saturday.
UFC on Fuel TV 7 Play-by-Play: James Te Huna vs. Ryan Jimmo
Next week James Te Huna meets fellow contender Glover Teixeira in a pay-per-view main-card bout at UFC 160. Te Huna enters the fight with a four-fight win streak, which included this win o...
Just days after countryman Mark Hunt stepped into a fight with Junior dos Santos on the UFC 160 fight card, New Zealander James Te Huna has also agreed to fight on the card.
Ryan Bader has withdrawn from UFC 160 due to injury, and as a result, James Te Huna will take his place against Glover Teixeira on the May 25 card.
Ryan Bader has been forced to withdraw from a planned UFC 160 matchup with Glover Teixeira, and James Te Huna has agreed to fight in his place.
The TKO loss Mark Munoz suffered against Chris Weidman at UFC on FUEL TV 4 was as damaging as it looked. He may have suffered a fractured jaw.
Munoz led a list of medical suspensions is...
James Te Huna may have walked away from UFC on Fuel TV 4 with a unanimous decision over durable veteran Joey Beltran, but by no means did he leave the HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif., unscat...