Brazilian lightweight-turned-bantamweight Lucas Martins has signed a new UFC contract and is hoping to fight again for the promotion in 2013.
Bantamweight prospect Marlon Moraes has extended his contract with World Series of Fighting and is expected to fight at WSOF 6 in October.
Cage Warriors Fighting Championship took another step to bolster its roster with the announcement of the signing of a highly touted bantamweight in England's Cory Tait.
INDIANAPOLIS – While the UFC may be interested in signing Bellator champion Ben Askren, UFC President Dana White doesn't believe it'll be a smooth process due to one person.
Twenty-eight year-old strawweight Felice “Lil’ Bulldog” Herrig has signed an exclusive, multi-fight agreement with women’s Mixed Martial Arts promotion Invicta Fighting Championships.
Ed Soares, president of Resurrection Fighting Alliance (RFA), on Monday announced an exclusive multi-year deal with Double-D, the adidas Combat Sports licensors for over a decade.
Despite a loss in his Cage Warriors debut, Nad Narimani impressed company officials enough to stick around long-term. The featherweight prospect has a new five-fight exclusive deal.
The last fight on Ben Askren's Bellator MMA deal is in the books. Now CEO Bjorn Rebney finds himself in a position he's been in before – hoping to keep one of his champions rather than ...
British welterweight Paul “Semtex” Daley has signed a one-year, three-fight deal with BAMMA.
After a very brief free agency, Paul Daley is back with BAMMA. The former UFC, Strikeforce and Bellator fighter recently signed a three-fight, 12-month deal with the promotion that's exclusi...
Paul Daley will not be making a UFC return at the organization’s upcoming show in Manchester, England. The top British welterweight has instead signed a UK-exclusive deal with British promot...
UFC heavyweight Roy Nelson has inked a new nine-fight deal with the Ultimate Fighting Championship and plans to retire with the organization.
Just a few weeks after letting the world know his UFC deal had expired, Chael Sonnen has a new contract. And a new training base. And perhaps a return to his former weight class.
If he fulfills it, Roy Nelson's new UFC contract should keep him with the promotion for at least three years.
We've heard this bit from Chael Sonnen before, but if the self-proclaimed "Gangster from West Linn, Oregon" is to be believed, he's waiting to sign a new contract before his headlining bout ...