Deivison Ribeiro and Farkhad Sharipov needed all 25 minutes of their featherweight championship fight to determine who would leave with the belt, and in the end it was Ribeiro who walked awa...
Finally making the drop to lightweight, Dave Courchaine has a run at XFC gold in his sights.
After a two-year layoff, featherweight Farkhad “Frank” Sharipov returned to MMA and finds himself fighting for an XFC championship.
Happy to finally have a multi-fight deal and the backing of the XFC, Daniel Swain is ready for Friday's promotional debut.
Despite an opponent change, Eric Reynolds is ready for whatever Dom O'Grady throws his way at XFC 27 on Friday night.
With Junior Assuncao forced to withdraw from next week’s XFC 27 event, a featherweight tournament final and title fight between Deivison Ribeiro and Farkhad Sharipov has been promoted ...
Xtreme Fighting Championship’s Michigan debut has lost its headliner. Former UFC featherweight Junior Assuncao has been forced to withdraw from his main event against Daniel Swain at &...
"XFC 27: Frozen Fury" heads to Michigan in December for a card featuring Junior Assuncao vs. Daniel Swain and Deivison Ribeiro vs. Farkhad Sharipov.
Inside MMA takes a look at the championship fight between Cortney Casey and Pearl Gonzalez at XFC 26, and the claim that Gonzalez used a banned substance.
Friday's XFC 26 event confirmed two things: Luis Santos can knock out XFC opponents in remarkably quick fashion, and yes, female groin shots can hurt like hell.
Results from Friday night's XFC 26: Night of Champions 3 in Nashville, Tennessee, where Scott Holtzman cemented his status as lightweight champion.
"You're not a true champion until you defend your title." That's what XFC lightweight champion Scott Holtzman said prior to Friday's main event against Roger Carroll at "XFC 26: Night o...
Out to prove he's the best welterweight in the XFC, Luis "Sapo" Santos continues the hunt at Friday night's XFC 26.
Heading into Friday night's XFC championship, Cortney Casey says she's more than prepared, but hasn't made any drastic changes just because it's a title fight.
Jason Hicks isn't just looking forward to Friday's XFC 26, he's looking beyond that to the XFC featherweight championship.