Make no mistake about it, UFC bantamweight Brad Pickett is anxious to put on a show. But after a frustrating outing with an opponent who didn't want to stand and trade, Pickett hopes his new...
Nick Diaz quickly became the center of the MMA universe with a handful of epic rants on this past week's pre-UFC 158 conference call, but Georges St-Pierre was not impressed.
UFC president Dana White goes on record about Randy "The Natural" Couture and Couture's decision to coach rival promotion Bellator Fighting Championships' upcoming reality show on Spike TV.
Jake Ellenberger understands Johny Hendricks' frustration about not getting a title shot all too well.
Although he hasn't set foot in
the UFC octagon for more
than 18 months, business is
booming for Georges
He'll defend his welterweight title
against Carlos Condit at Satu...
Training injuries have plagued the UFC over the past year or so. Is there anything that they can do to stem the tide? UFC president Dana White weighs in.
There is a key principle in business called the "Pareto Principle" or the "80/20 rule." Read on to find out how the Pareto Principle can apply to your workouts, whether your a fighter or an ...
MINNEAPOLIS - UFC President Dana White and 16-year veteran Dennis Hallman haven't always seen eye to eye.
So when Hallman missed weight for Friday's UFC on FX 5 event, it wasn't
Jon Jones talks about his meeting with Dana White and says he still has unfinished business with Dan Henderson
Jon Jones may have retained his UFC light heavyweight championship Saturday night, but the lanky titlist was not wholly satisfied with his performance.
If, for the remainder of his career, champ Anderson Silva wants to fight the big fights, meaning he wants big challenges (and lucrative paydays), he should fight Michael Bisping.
Vitor Belfort comes from a different era of the UFC and it's the mentality he took from that time that made his choice to fight Jon Jones at UFC 152 an easy one.
In a perfect world, UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones would like to fight three or four times a year, retire when he's young and healthy, and explore other avenues unrelated to MMA.
Donald Cerrone is preparing to step into the ring with longtime friend and former training partner Melvin Guillard, ready to kick his legs off and punch him in the face.
Now on separate teams, Donald Cerrone and Melvin Guillard remain close friends, but that doesn't mean they won't punch each other in the face when money is involved.