Roy Nelson says he's not concerned about settling any kind of rivalry with Shane Carwin because as soon as he dropped out of their fight, he became an afterthought.
Roy Nelson says he proved he was a superior coach with his fighter winning the TUF 16 finale, and as far as fighting, he's done trying to face Shane Carwin at this point.
Following recent back surgery, Shane Carwin expects to make his return to the cage in June at UFC 131.
MMAjunkie.com first passed along the news on Monday, and Carwin confirmed the tentat...
Shane Carwin says he had accepted a fight with Roy Nelson at UFC 130, but that fight was pulled and he will instead move on to UFC 131 in Vancouver. Read More >>
After knocking out Matt Mitrione in the main event of “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 16 finale, Roy Nelson seems unconcerned with whether he will ever settle his business with Shane Carwin.
Matt Mitrione will replace an injured Shane Carwin at “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 16 finale, meeting Roy Nelson in a heavyweight duel at the Dec. 15 event.
Leave it to a veteran of "The Ultimate Fighter" to step up for fill-in duties for the show's next live finale.
Following Wednesday's loss of headliner and head coach Shane Carwin due to...
A knee injury has forced Shane Carwin to withdraw from his bout against rival coach Roy Nelson at “The Ultimate Fighter” Season 16 finale, according to UFC President Dana White.
Dana White probably hit the nail right on the head, and it's something he's far too used to.
"It never ends," the UFC president said in a Wednesday post on Twitter announcing the latest...
TUF 16 coaches Shane Carwin and Roy Nelson passed their random drug tests in October, which screened them for steroids and diuretics, but not recreational drugs.
The results of an out-of-competition drug test have cleared heavyweights Roy Nelson and Shane Carwin for their upcoming bout.
MMAjunkie.com requested and recently confirmed the test r...
Typically, the challenge of competition is enough for Shane Carwin, but heading into his TUF 16 Finale showdown with Roy Nelson, he has the added motivation of his dislike for his fellow TUF...
When UFC heavyweights Shane Carwin and Roy Nelson were selected as opposing coaches on "The Ultimate
Fighter 16," their past feuds with each other certainly played into the
The Nevada State Athletic Commission reportedly has selected Shane
Carwin and Roy Nelson for out-of-competition testing in advance of their
fight at The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale.
Ultimate Fighter coaches Shane Carwin and Roy Nelson will have additional drug testing ahead of their fight in December, but this time it will come from the Nevada State Athletic Commission.