There's a lot to absorb in ESPN's recent look at what MMA fighters really think. Or at least, what they say they think when they've been assured that they don't have to put their names on it...
The Ultimate Fighting Championship released a statement in reaction to the Boston City Counsel's passing an age restriction on attending MMA events on Wednesday.
After clearing numerous hurdles put before him by the Culinary Union and Boston's city council president, UFC president Dana White says he'll return to Boston and even thanks his antagonists...
The Culinary Union has been a thorn in UFC president Dana White’s side for quite some time, but it's really their maneuvering and political wrangling that brings disheartens him.
UFC Fight Night 26 main eventer Chael Sonnen has yet to be granted a fight license for the Aug. 17 event, but the Massachusetts Commission has preliminarily agreed to allow him to fight.
The UFC’s attempt to legalize professional mixed martial arts in the state of New York has once again stalled in the state’s Assembly without being brought up for a vote.
A middle-of-the-road media teleconference briefly turned into an informal union meeting as World Series of Fighting signees Jacob Volkmann and Jon Fitch, both recent UFC castoffs, swapped id...
Women's groups, assisted by the Culinary Union, are demanding that Rampage Jackson be pulled from Saturday's UFC on Fox 6 due to a very controversial video he made last year.
Saying he can't see the day when Anderson Silva or Georges St-Pierre give up "big chunks of money" to others, UFC president Dana White doesn't think a fighters union is in the cards.
In a post-UFC 154 weigh-in interview with Fuel TV, UFC president Dana White touched on everything from Georges St-Pierre vs Carlos Condit to Anderson Silva to Ronda Rousey, and more.