"I have pretty good instincts and when I go out there I don't come to play around." ~ Nick Newell
Jason High wasn’t into being buddies with Anthony Lapsley ahead of their UFC 167. The two fighters seemed tense before the fight, and after the win, High explained why there was so muc...
I'm not sure exactly when it was that the marketing minds at the UFC seized on "fastest-growing sport" as the best, most effective and most honest-ish phrase to describe the rise of mixed ma...
Edwards' always-game attitude has served him well in his MMA career, and landed him a friendship with his idol.
Despite some confusion, Tim Kennedy isn't fighting Rafael Nadal at Wednesday's "UFC Fight Night 31: UFC Fight for the Troops 3" event. Even Kennedy had to learn the hard way.
Constantly hassled by claims of performance-enhancing drug usage, Georges St-Pierre has had to learn to live with unjust criticism.
Jason Hicks isn't just looking forward to Friday's XFC 26, he's looking beyond that to the XFC featherweight championship.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones isn't guaranteed an immediate rematch if he loses to Alexander Gustafsson at UFC 165 on Saturday night in Toronto.
With three straight losses, all via submission, and the potential for a fourth at Saturday's UFC on FOX 8 event, John Albert is surely feeling the pressure. Right?
UFC featherweight contender Cub Swanson wants a title shot against champion Jose Aldo, but isn't going to sit around and wait for it.
Continuing to put Chris Leben in the UFC octagon could be dangerous. But keeping him out of it could be doubly so. That's the conundrum UFC President Dana White currently faces.
Anderson Silva is great at putting fear into the hearts of most of his opponents before they ever set foot in the Octagon, but Fox analyst Jay Glazer says that isn't happening with Chris Wei...
While man fighters believe that Chris Weidman has the tools to defeat Anderson Silva at UFC 162, fellow middleweight contender Tim Boetsch says it would surprise him if Weidman beats the GOA...
Former UFC light heavyweight titleholder Rashad Evans is aware of his UFC 161 opponent Dan Henderson's punching power, but he's not afraid of it.
When the UFC called K.J. Noons to let him know he’d be fighting Donald Cerrone in his promotional debut at UFC 160, the Strikeforce veteran immediately liked the matchup.