Jesse Taylor has been scheduled to face Elvis Mutapcic before, so he's more than ready for their World Series of Fighting 7 bout on Saturday night.
At 35 years old, Brazilian submission ace Cristiano Marcello knows he can’t fight forever. But for an athlete whose career includes both bare-knuckle bouts and fights that didn’t...
Tarec Saffiedine’s Christmas won’t be as fun as yours. He’ll be halfway around the world, away from his family and cutting weight. For the fourth straight year, “Spon...
UFC champion Georges St-Pierre was caught on camera recently refuting rumors about his father being ill and becoming a father himself, but reiterated he is "stepping out."
Johny Hendricks just can’t catch a break. Two days after losing a heartbreaking fight to Georges St-Pierre, EA Sports officials announced “Rush” also downed “Bigg Rig...
Rory MacDonald will not fight Georges St-Pierre. Ever. They're friends and training partners, and nothing will ever motivate them to fight each other.
Less than 24 hours after announcing that Jon Jones would put his belt on the line against Glover Teixeira at UFC 170, UFC officials again had to retract the champ’s next scheduled date.
Lawler couldn't live up to the 'next big thing' label. He now faces another prodigy in Rory MacDonald, and a win could go a long way toward legitimizing the hype all those years ago.
What happens when you lose? You bottom out, your team and coach pick you up and dust you off, and then you get back to work.
At UFC 167, Georges St-Pierre will fight Johny Hendricks for five five-minute rounds, as set forth by the unified rules that govern the sport of MMA. But if he had written that guide, there ...
Emanuel Newton defeated "King Mo" Lawal for a second time on Saturday to win the interim Bellator Light Heavyweight title.
Emanuel Newton new from the second that he knocked King Mo Lawal out in their initial match-up that he'd have to fight Bellator's "poster boy" again.
John Lineker on Friday missed weight for the third time during his UFC tenure of five fights, losing 25-percent of his pay for the infraction.
Cain Velasquez said that he doesn't see himself fighting Junior dos Santos in the near future after winning their trilogy at UFC 166 on Saturday night.
Velasquez got the definitive trilogy end he was looking for as he manhandled dos Santos for five more rounds before finishing him.