Miesha Tate has had an unfavorable opinion of Ronda Rousey for quite some time, and it's only been strengthened by their TUF coaching stint together.
HOUSTON – UFC 166 proved to be one of the greatest cards in the promotion's history. Saturday's pay-per-view lineup also was one of the bloodiest.
Frank Shamrock is ready to confront his past, including his estranged brother, Ken Shamrock. Watch "Frank Shamrock: Bound By Blood" Thursday night on Spike.
"Shamrock: Bound By Blood," a one-hour documentary focused on MMA pioneer Frank Shamrock, debuts tonight on Spike TV, and it apparently includes a meeting with estranged adoptive brother Ken...
If you've been riding the UFC train for the past three years, you've gotten to know light-heavyweight Joey Beltran for one thing: brawling.
BARUERI, Brazil – After kidney stones forced a recent cancellation of his bout at Wednesday's UFC Fight Night 29 event, Rodrigo Damm's days as a featherweight are likely over.
Fabio Maldonado wants to be more than just a fighter who is in the UFC because President Dana White likes that he comes to battle every time the octagon door closes behind him.
BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil – Some fighters say their primary goal in fighting is to make fans happy. Brazilian lightweight Francisco "Massaranduba" Trinaldo takes things a step further.
Sporting and undefeated record, CageSport's Dustin Harrington believes it's time that he got that "blood and guts fight" that will really test him.
Well established in Asia, Vaughn Anderson brings his 16-1-1 record to Bellator, blood thirsty and in the best shape of his life.
Miesha Tate won’t get fooled again.
He told himself that no matter how things turned out, this would be his last trip through the ringer. It seemed fitting to end on a tournament, the same way he'd started some 13 years earlie...
Better late than never, UFC president is back with his UFC 157 video blog, taking a long look behind the blood, bruises and bandages at the recent UFC on Fuel TV 7: Barão vs. McDonald event ...
UFC president Dana White, following Thursday's UFC 157 press conference, explained the recent Jon Fitch firing, but warned "the blood has not all been spilled yet."
It's a fight that's been more than a year in the making, but on March 16 Georges St-Pierre will finally face Nick Diaz at UFC 158 in Montreal.