An alumnus of The Ultimate Fighter, Shane Nelson looks to restart his career in a new weight class when he makes his MFC debut on Friday night in Canada.
Graham Spencer is eying the MFC featherweight championship, but he knows first he has to get past "Ultimate Fighter" alum Shane Nelson at MFC 35 on Friday night.
Ultimate Fighter alum Joseph Henle is looking to put on an impressive promotional debut at MFC 34 on Friday night and show that he deserves a shot at the middleweight championship.
Feeling like he is Edmonton's adopted Mexican son, Anthony Birchak returns at MFC 38 on Friday night to try and defeat Tito Jones to become the MFC bantamweight champion.
Shinya Aoki’s long awaited featherweight debut will take place on Oct. 18 at ONE FC: Total Domination when he goes up against Cody Stevens at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
UFC welterweight Dan Hardy is facing a health condition that could end his career. Hardy sat down with MMAWeekly.com to look back at his career and answer what's next if this is indeed the e...
Tyrone Spong takes on kickboxing legend Remy Bonjasky on March 23 at Glory 5: London in a kickboxing match in the main event at London's Excel Arena. He plans to make pro boxing debut soon.
Graham Spencer has a solid 2012, but he plans on making 2013 an even better one, beginning with taking the MFC lightweight championship on Friday night on AXS TV.
Phase one in the Clay Guida rebranding process is complete.
MFC president Mark Pavelich takes a look back on a strong year for his promotion, but believes they're "hovering" right now and looks forward to expanding MFC's reach.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Isaac Vallie-Flagg is hardly the authority on verbal warfare. He won’t make headlines for his out-of-the-cage antics. He has never asked anyone to, “Let me bang, bro.”
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.
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.
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...