Heavyweight Roy Nelson is never one to shy away from stirring the pot, and today during a conference call in support of next week's UFC 161 event, he did that a few times.
Roy Nelson scored his latest knockout without setting foot in the Octagon. He'll take Soa Palelei's spot against Stipe Miocic on the UFC 161 fight card in Winnipeg.
With the loss of UFC 161's planned headliner between Renan Barao and Eddie Wineland, Ultimate Fighting Championship officials looked to add some firepower to the event's lineup. Roy Nelson a...
Roy Nelson has won three straight in the UFC heavyweight division, and now he’s looking for a shot at the title.
Cheick Kongo fought the last bout on his current contract when he lost to Roy Nelson at UFC 159 on Saturday. The UFC is not expected to seek a new deal, leaving him to test the free agent wa...
Following his third consecutive first-round knockout performance, Roy Nelson is likely to face Mark Hunt or Daniel Cormier in his next fight.
NEWARK, N.J. – Roy Nelson wanted a crack at the UFC heavyweight title if he had an impressive win over Cheick Kongo. He won't get it, but he's already been promised one of two figh...
Pat Healy walked out of UFC 159 with an additional $130,000 in post-fight bonus money.
Roy Nelson at UFC 159 on Saturday continued to prove the naysayers wrong and endear himself to his fans with a first-round knockout of Cheick Kongo.
In Roy Nelson, Cheick Kongo faces one of the most unorthodox fighters in the heavyweight division at UFC 159 on Saturday, but he's ready to do what it takes to win.
NEWARK, N.J. – Roy Nelson, Pat Healy and Jim Miller each earned $65,000 bonuses for their performances at Saturday's "UFC 159: Jones vs. Sonnen" event.
Roy Nelson realizes what it takes to get buy in today's entertainment first, sports second world of MMA. Heck, he knows that even if a fighter loses, a title shot isn't out of the question.
Ahead of UFC 159 Roy Nelson talk about being dad, French stereotypes, fighting Cheick Kongo, who cuts his hair and more.
Cheick Kongo talks about his upcoming UFC 159 fight against TUF Heavyweights winner Roy Nelson, his injury, a bit french and more.
NEW YORK CITY – Cheick Kongo isn't a small man, but before every fight, he imagines himself as one. The UFC heavyweight, who's more gentle giant than towering bruiser, said it's his way of r...