It has almost become a Monday morning ritual.
After every UFC event, fans clamor to the Internet to see which fighters' weekend loss resulted in a pink slip.
And while it's sometimes r...
Take note, Paul Daley - perhaps all is not lost.
While UFC president Dana White in May said that Daley would never again
fight for the UFC, the fiery UFC boss has changed his mind before...
The 20 fighters participating on the UFC Fight Night 37 fight card officially weighed in on Friday in London, England.
Nate Diaz is at it again on Twitter. The UFC veteran and recent lightweight title challenger today requested to be released from his contract.Filed under: Featured, News, Only on Junkie, UFC...
UFC Fight Night 36 will help define the next middleweight title contender, but first the fighters had to step on the scale on Friday to make their bouts official.
In the wake of a failed drug test following her UFC debut, the UFC and Jessica Eye have released statements regarding the matter.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC Tagged: Alexis Davis, Jess...
The 24 fighters participating on the UFC Fight Night 35 fight card on Wednesday, officially weighed in on Tuesday in Duluth, Ga.
The Washington State Department of Licensing on Wednesday released the drug test results for UFC on Fox 8: Johnson vs. Moraga, which took place on July 27 at KeyArena in Seattle.
Every fighter on the recent UFC 163: Aldo vs. Korean Zombie fight card was drug tested. All test results were negative.
Several fighters were randomly drug tested at UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson, returning negative results. No therapeutic use exemptions were granted.
The Nevada State Athletic Commission released the results of the UFC 162: Silva vs. Weidman fighter drug tests on Friday revealing all fighters tested clean.
The UFC 160 fighters on Friday step on the scale in Las Vegas to make their bouts official.
Nine fighters were recently handed their Ultimate Fighting Championship walking papers, including featherweight staples Leonard Garcia, Bart Palaszewski, Antonio Carvalho and Pablo Garza.
All fighters who competed at “The Ultimate Fighter 16” Finale were tested for drugs and steroids, and all fighters came back clean, according to the Nevada Athletic Commission.
Every competitor on the UFC 146 fight card was drug tested following the event, and the results are in.