Currently recovering from a severely dislocated toe, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones could be out six weeks... or six months.
Despite suffering a gruesome toe injury in his UFC 159 bout against Chael Sonnen, UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones set on taking sole possession of 205-pound record.
Former Bellator champion Eddie Alvarez on Sunday spoke at length Bleacher Report, revealing new details about his battle with Bellator and Viacom, and their attempts to block his UFC deal.
Ultimate Fighting Championship coverage continues to propel Fuel TV to record numbers.
Tito Ortiz doesn't want to see his UFC records fall to the wayside, but if anyone is going to surpass him, he'd like to see Jon Jones do it.
Provided he gets past Chael Sonnen on Saturday at UFC 159, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones plans to fight again in November. If successful then, he'll shift his focus to superfights...
The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale continued the UFC’s streak of setting TV ratings records for Fuel TV.
UFC on Fuel TV 7, airing outside of prime time, pulled strong TV ratings, nearly matching the high mark for a live UFC event on the network.
On the verge of the biggest fight of his career, Eric Kelly is man with perspective. Once without even a proper place to sleep or money to buy a meal, Kelly now stands just one victory away ...
Several minor tweeks and the move to a more accessible timelsot led to huge gains for The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen premier on FX.