Dream lightweight champion Shinya Aoki will square off with Antonio McKee in a non-title affair at Dream 18, promotion officials announced Friday.
Sixty-eight professional mixed martial arts fights, no matter against who or where, is not too shabby.
The fact that Rich Clementi has done it all across the country and around the worl...
The GLORY 4 Tokyo Heavyweight Grand Slam championship kickboxing event and DREAM 18 are merging to create one mega-night of world-class professional martial arts fighting on New Year's Eve.
Not long after news that DREAM was alive and well and planning a New Year's Eve event in Japan, that show has gotten an upgrade.
Now the DREAM event next month will be combined with the...
TOKYO -- Glory Sports International and Dream officials announced Friday their intention to roll the Dec. 2 Glory 4 Tokyo card into the Dec. 31 Dream 18 event at the Saitama Super Arena, mer...
Here's a bit of trivia for you: UFC on FUEL TV 6 co-headliner Thiago Silva - a top light-heavyweight contender who was once a single win away from a title shot - hasn't won a fight in more t...
The sport and film icon who Dana White calls the 'father of modern MMA' still inspires fighters to this day.
In more than 12 years of professional fighting, Miguel Torres has had an accomplished career. He’s not nearly ready to retire and reflect on it, though.
With a win over UFC veteran Tyler Toner now on his resume, 35-year-old Canadian John Fraser knows the time is now to make the move from top prospect to the top of the heap.
Dream will partner with international kickboxing promotion Glory World Series to promote a New Year’s Eve event titled Dream 18: Special NYE 2012.
Just when it seemed that the doors were closed on Dream forever, the Japanese fight promotion has resurfaced. New ownership planning New Year's Eve event.
Perhaps the DREAM promotion still has some life to it.
Inactive for the past 10 months, the Japanese promotion has announced it's hosting a Thursday press conference.
Anderson Silva's attention to detail has helped keep him atop the UFC.
After five years out of the sport, Brandon Dudley returns Saturday at CageSport XXI, hoping not to miss a beat of his undefeated career.