UFC lightweight Pat Healy today issued a statement to MMAjunkie.com in which he apologized for testing positive for marijuana following an upset win over Jim Miller at UFC 159. Healy has bee...
According to Cheick Kongo, anything still could happen. The heavyweight says the UFC didn't let him go – and he still may wind up fighting for the world's biggest promotion.
Making his return to the Octagon, Pat Healy also made a statement, moving his name out of the respect column and into the title contention column.
Yoel Romero wasted no time making an impact in his UFC debut. Check out what he had to say following his first-round victory over Clifford Starks.