With recent arrests including UFC champion Jon Jones, Ross Pearson and even ring girl Arianny Celeste, should the UFC consider instituting a code of conduct policy?
The Ultimate Fighting Championship has suspended and fined Nate Diaz for his use of language in a recent tweet.
The UFC's new code of conduct, which can be read here, recently came into play when Matt Mitrione's contract was suspended following a rant about transgender fighter Fallon Fox.
Matrione's hateful comments directed toward Fallon Fox are just the tip of the UFC's iceberg of trouble.
UFC Chief Operating Officer Lawrence Epstein recently took part in the announcement of the UFC's new written code of conduct, and took some time to break it down.
Dennis Hallman's interesting choice in ring wear didn't go unnoticed by most who watched UFC 133 on Saturday night, including president Dana White.
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The UFC has issued a statement following the release of veteran UFC welterweight Rousimar Palhares due to "unsportsmanlike conduct."
Don't call it a dress code, but from now on, UFC fighters have to look a little spiffier for media obligations. UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson on Monday passed along word that his...
UFC heavyweight Matt Mitrione's contract has been suspended pending an investigation into his "breach of contract" rant about transgender fighter Fallon Fox.
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RIO DE JANEIRO - UFC middleweight Chris Camozzi will
be the enemy when he steps into the cage against his Brazilian UFC 153
opponent Luiz Cane, but on Thursday, he brought
smiles to a few...
The UFC and Strikeforce earlier this week held their fourth Fighter Summit in Las Vegas where company officials announced a new formalized written drug policy.
STOCKHOLM - With Alistair Overeem facing the Nevada State Athletic
Commission on April 24, UFC president Dana White is less than two weeks
away from knowing whether or not he'll still have...
Strikeforce and UFC fighters do have a code of conduct, contractually speaking.
Whether the promotions' parent company, Zuffa LLC, evenly enforces the contract is another matter.
CHICAGO - UFC president Dana White is proud of the Zuffa's recently implemented policy that requires all new signees to pass a drug test, and he thinks it'll help their health in the long ru...