Junior Dos Santos said it's the only way fans could get to know the real him.
UFC president Dana White believes it's one of the main reasons Dos Santos has become a truly marketable hea...
Junior dos Santos isn't lingering over his loss to Cain Velasquez, which forced him to give back the UFC heavyweight belt he took from him one year prior. He's looking ahead to a UFC 160 car...
MONTREAL – The man who the UFC once tried to pay not to fight may soon find himself competing for the promotion's heavyweight title.
If Junior Dos Santos can't fight Cain Velasquez for his next fight, coaching opposite Brock Lesnar on "The Ultimate Fighter Season 13" is definitely the next best thing. Read More >>
OAKLAND, Calif. - Although Saturday's UFC 117 event was supposed to determine two No. 1 contenders, welterweight winner Jon Fitch is now on standby without a firm commitment.
Junior dos Santos took his first loss in the Octagon to heart, but he's since refocused, targeting Mark Hunt at UFC 160 and fighting his way back to the heavyweight championship.
The close friends train together and sing together, but they wouldn't hesitate to take a title fight against one another.
The soap opera was short-lived, but it appears to have a good ending right now. Heavyweight Mark Hunt will meet former champion Junior dos Santos in May at UFC 160.
Velasquez delivered a five-round beatdown of dos Santos as the Brazilian lost his first fight in the Octagon.
Cain Velasquez showed up with a hunger and sense of vengeance on his mind at UFC 155, and he proceeded to unleash hell on Junior Dos Santos to reclaim the UFC heavyweight title.