The former presidential candidate famous for his 'human cock-fighting' quip gives his stamp of approval to the UFC in an upcoming documentary.
Edwards' always-game attitude has served him well in his MMA career, and landed him a friendship with his idol.
MMAjunkie.com Radio today welcomes to the show perennial UFC middleweight contender Michael Bisping, as well as newly crowned Bellator MMA featherweight champion Daniel Straus
Alvarez's thrilling decision win over former Bellator lightweight champ Chandler was an epic conclusion to an otherwise lame card on Saturday.
Owned buy Viacom, the promotion has to work smarter and utilize its resources better to promote its talent and compete with the UFC.
The "Young Dinosaur" doesn't see extinction anywhere on the horizon. In an interview with MMAjunkie.com Radio, Vitor Belfort said he is looking to mirror the longevity of opponents Rand...
Chael Sonnen doesn't think Vitor Belfort is any better than he was when he fought Dan Henderson at Pride 32. The two are set to rematch on Nov. 9.
After a lengthy and expensive legal battle with the promotion, Alvarez is now headlining a Bellator card.
UFC middleweight Michael Bisping believes he'll be able to return from his detached retina in March. UFC president Dana White says he'll be out six months.
If you missed Friday's Q&A session with UFC stars Chael Sonnen, Michael Bisping Conor McGregor, you can now watch a replay of one truly hilarious hours of entertainment.
Munoz takes on close friend Lyoto Machida on Saturday in the main event of a UFC card in Manchester, England, and then has to root against another friend later in the year if he wants his dr...
MANCHESTER – In six months, Michael Bisping said he should be back inside the cage, fighting toward a title that's eluded him in seven years with the UFC. Right now, though, his progres...
Machida is just 4-4 since claiming the light heavyweight title four years ago.
An arrest earlier this year threatened to end Straus' career, but the persevering Cincinnati native doesn't know quit.
Constantly hassled by claims of performance-enhancing drug usage, Georges St-Pierre has had to learn to live with unjust criticism.