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Chael Sonnen may not have performed well against Rashad Evans recently, but that doesn't pigeonhole him at his job. His boss says, "Chael can do whatever the hell Chael wants."
With his third straight UFC win, Robbie Lawler is once again considered one of the most dangerous welterweights in the world. And if things play out the way he sees fit, “Ruthless̶...
Once Georges St-Pierre retires, Rory MacDonald plans on winning the title, defending it, then moving up a weight class to 185 pounds.
Most prelim fighters pinch pennies as they work their way onto the main card, but Daron Cruickshank wants a new toy.
If victorious Wednesday night at UFC Fight Night 31, Amanda Nunes surely wouldn't turn down an offer to fight for a title. However, she knows it's unlikely, so she hopes Plan B comes to frui...
UFC middleweight Michael Bisping would like to hold judges accountable for their scoring and make them answer why they scored a fight a certain way.
Nobutatsu Suzuki may have been late to the MMA party, but he's looking to make up for lost time when he squares up with Adam Kayoom for the One FC welterweight championship.
Top UFC women's bantamweight contender Cat Zigano is on the mend, and when she returns in early 2014, her sights are set squarely on the champ, Ronda Rousey.
Rafael dos Anjos said he's "not surprised at all" that so many lightweight contenders are taking notice and mentioning him as a possible opponent. Five-fight winning streaks have a way of do...