Former Ultimate Fighter competitor Josh Bryant is finally getting a shot at gold at Saturday's King of the Cage: Unification.
With the King of the Cage welterweight championship belt once again wrapped around his waist, Joshua Aveles is ready to knock some doors down.
Rebounding from a rough patch in his career, Anthony Figueroa is now a KOTC champ and on his way back to the top.
TUF 18 Finale Play-by-Play: Josh Sampo vs. Ryan Benoit.
With another fighter getting the boot on this week's show, Peggy points out all the hard work for a fighter happens outside the cage, the real fun is the fight!
The UFC welcomes newcomers Ryan Benoit and Josh Sampo to the Octagon at The Ultimate Fighter 18 Finale on Nov. 30.
Next week’s Season 18 live finale for “The Ultimate Fighter” has a new flyweight bout added to the docket after the UFC signed Ryan Benoit and Josh Sampo to its 125-pound r...
Josh Koscheck has fought at the top of the welterweight division and lived through all of the trends since being a cast member of TUF 1.
Lightweight fighter Jacob Harkness has been rising up the ranks and is now taking aim at a King of the Cage championship.
Make no mistake about it, King Mo Lawal wants to exact his revenge upon Emanuel Newton at Bellator 106, but he's more driven by the prospect of championship gold.
Having made great strides in his career and his skill level in 2013, King of the Cage champion Sean Strickland is ready to take things to the next level.
I guess I should begin by introducing myself. My name is Peggy Morgan. I'm the giant Amazonian red head who beat the bag out of the cute little 125-pounder on the premier episode of TUF 18.
INDIANAPOLIS – Former Bellator champion Lyman Good, Cage Warriors champ Cathal Pendred and former Cage Warriors titleholder Chris Fields were among more than 80 fighters who attended today's...
King of the Cage champion Cody East has lofty goals to say the least. He wants to become the first fighter to hold four championship belts, all at the same time.
MMAjunkie.com Radio today welcomes to a two and a half hour show Muhammad "King Mo" Lawal, James Krause and Josh Burkman.