Onetime UFC heavyweight prospect Todd Duffee will return to the Octagon at UFC 155, stepping in for Matt Mitrione to face British grappler Philip De Fries.
Two years after he left, Todd Duffee is returning to the octagon.
The 26-year-old heavyweight is set to fight Phil de Fries at UFC 155, according to a recent report by Las Vegas Sun that ...
The most recent time Todd Duffee weighed in for a fight, he was nearly in tears and overcome by the emotions of being back in the UFC. Now, he just hopes the journey can continue sooner rath...
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.
After more than two and a half years away from the UFC, Todd Duffee was relieved to get back in the Octagon and score a win Dec. 29 at UFC 155.
Four men walked away from the UFC’s final event of 2012 with an extra $65,000, as Jim Miller, Joe Lauzon, Todd Duffee and John Moraga each pocketed post-fight bonuses at UFC 155.
Robbie Lawler is set to make his Octagon return at UFC 157 on Feb. 23 against Top 10 welterweight Josh Koscheck.
An expected UFC on FX 5 booking between Matt Mitrione and Rob Broughton has been scrapped in favor of a UFC 155 showdown between Mitrione and Philip De Fries.
It was only this past week that Sergio Pettis told MMAjunkie.com Radio that he believed he was "ready to step up to the next level." That next level came quickly.
Brazilian middleweight Thiago "Bodao" Perpetuo will welcome promotional newcomer Omari Akhmedov to the octagon at UFC Fight Night 32.