Mike Goldberg has released a statement denying recent internet rumors that he is in drug rehab.
It appears Jon Anik will be on call for the foreseeable future as the play-by-play man for the UFC with regular broadcaster Mike Goldberg taking a break.
Ever wonder how broadcasters Mike Goldberg and Joe Rogan prepare just prior to a UFC event? The UFC's veteran broadcast team discusses the process in a new video.
La Régie des alcools des courses et des jeux (RACJ) on Thursday released to MMAWeekly.com the results of its doping controls for UFC 158: St-Pierre vs. Diaz.
Mike Goldberg will replace Jon Anik in the broadcast booth next week at UFC on FUEL TV 9, though Anik plans to return the following week at The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale.
There are thinkers, and there are overthinkers. And Mike Ricci thinks the overthinkers usually outnumber the thinkers – even as he's trying to think a little less and just go on instinct, ev...
Dana White told the UFC 156 media, including MMAWeekly.com, that there was an irregular drug test result at UFC on FX 7 in Brazil, but that "it f---ing was not Vitor Belfort!"
There have been numerous rumors over the past couple of days that Vitor Belfort failed his recent drug test in Brazil. UFC president Dana White on Saturday vehemently denied those rumors.
After a brief absence due to illness, Mike Goldberg will be back in his regular broadcast duties alongside Joe Rogan at UFC on Fox 6.
Eddie Alvarez is now stuck in what movie directors refer to as "production hell."