UFC president Dana White takes us behind the scenes at UFC Fight for the Troops 3 and UFC Fight Night 32: Belfort vs. Hendo.
UFC president Dana White says Ronda Rousey is what it took to get women fighting in the UFC.
UFC president Dana White believes the UFC is starting to get recognition on the level of the NFL and other major sports.
UFC President Dana White has a message for UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones: stick to fighting.Filed under: News, UFC Tagged: Alexander Gustafsson, Jimi Manuwa, Jon Jones
UFC President Dana White has a message for UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones: stick to fighting.
UFC champion Jon Jones may have been critical of the match-ups that contenders to his belt have received, but UFC president Dana White has leveled a little criticism of his own at Jones.
If you're waiting for Nick Diaz to return to the Octagon, don't hold your breath.
Highlights? In just 40 seconds, you can watch Jeremy Stephens complete and utter destruction of featherweight Rony Jason.
GOIANIA, Brazil – It was brutal as it was quick. Jeremy Stephens needed less than a minute to floor Rony Jason with a head kick, and he then followed up with a scorching right hand that seal...
UFC Fight Night 32 Live Results Home Page Rony Jason vs. Jeremy Stephens Round 1: UFC Fight Night 32 Live Results Home Page
I'm not sure exactly when it was that the marketing minds at the UFC seized on "fastest-growing sport" as the best, most effective and most honest-ish phrase to describe the rise of mixed ma...
In his latest video blog, UFC President Dana White takes us behind the scenes of UFC 166, which took place Oct. 19 and featured one of the bloodiest battles in UFC history.
The former presidential candidate famous for his 'human cock-fighting' quip gives his stamp of approval to the UFC in an upcoming documentary.
It's UFC Fight for the Troops 3: Kennedy vs. Natal fight week, but in his video blog, UFC president Dana White takes us behind the scenes at UFC 166.
UFC president Dana White takes us behind the scenes at UFC 165, where Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson had one of the most memorable fights in UFC history.