UFC Chief Operating Officer Lawrence Epstein recently took part in the announcement of the UFC's new written code of conduct, and took some time to break it down.
Those who think UFC fighters are trying to cash in on being injured need to think again.
The UFC and Strikeforce earlier this week held their fourth Fighter Summit in Las Vegas where company officials announced a new formalized written drug policy.
With recent arrests including UFC champion Jon Jones, Ross Pearson and even ring girl Arianny Celeste, should the UFC consider instituting a code of conduct policy?
As states struggle to pay for regulation, the UFC continues to turn a blind eye toward PED use by its athletes.
"King" Mo Lawal was cut from Strikeforce yesterday . He received a suspension from the Nevada Athletic Commission for testing positive for a banned substance after his January win over Loren...
CHICAGO - UFC president Dana White is proud of the Zuffa's recently implemented policy that requires all new signees to pass a drug test, and he thinks it'll help their health in the long ru...
TORONTO - While this weekend's UFC 140 event provided plenty of
fireworks for fans, the biggest bombshell of the week was dropped on
Thursday night, when Miguel Torres was released from th...