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.
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...
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.
Knowing that the clock is winding down, Mike "Joker" Guymon is out of retirement, running away from Father Time and chasing a UFC return.
UFC heavyweight fighter Todd Duffee is battling a rare nerve disorder that is keeping him out of the Octagon, according to a report on Wednesday evening.
UFC heavyweight Stefan Struve sparred for the first time since being diagnosed with an enlarged heart and leaking aortic valve in August and hopes for an eventual UFC return.
There was plenty of action at UFC 155 that ended with some big knockouts and a lot of blood, most of that courtesy of Joe Lauzon after his "Fight of the Night" against Jim Miller.
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.
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 ...
Sean Sherk talks about recent injuries that have kept him out of fighting for the last two years, but he's committed to returning to the UFC and not ready to call it a career.
This wasn't one of those fake retirement deals, the kind you do out of frustration or disappointment or just to get attention.
It wasn't the forever kind either, though Matt Hamill didn...
UFC president Dana White is adamant: it is time for Matt Hughes and Forrest Griffin to lay down their gloves in the Octagon and walk away.
Tuesday night was not the best Dustin Poirier the world as seen, and the young featherweight contender is humble enough to admit that after only his second loss under the Zuffa banner.
Indian promotion Super Fight League announced Monday that UFC veterans Todd Duffee, Trevor Prangley and Paul Kelly have all signed to compete for the organization in the coming months.
A good night's sleep has dulled anger within the Diaz camp.
Diaz manager Cesar Gracie doesn't know whether the
fighter's retirement will stick following a decision loss to Carlos