Koji Oishi will seek to cement his place atop the ONE FC 145-pound weight class when he defends his title on Aug. 29 in Dubai, against veteran Jadamba Narantungalag. read news >>
Ben Askren may feel like the kid that is always picked last for kick ball back in elementary school. The undefeated, two-time collegiate national champion has the resume that should be more than enough to have landed him a contract with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Instead, the Wisconsin native is still competing outside of the Octagon. As he prepares for an opportunity to earn the second welterweight title of his career at ONE FC 19, Askren still stands as one of the most prominent names read news >>
The 34-year-old Brazilian feels that he had done enough in the past to already have earned a title shot and thinks that the UFC official ranking shows the same. Undefeated in the UFC after three wins in three bouts, Ronaldo Souza shared with Bloody Elbow his thought that he should already have had his chance to fight for the Middleweight belt, according to the official rankings of the organization. Seeking his title shot, the 185-pounder contender will face Gegard Mousasi in the main event of UF read news >>
The former champion said that his preparation for the rematch couldn't be better, unlike his camp for their first bout.
Renan Barao thinks that his preparation for his second bout against T.J. Dillashaw has been better then his camp before their first fight, when both fighters had a little less than eight weeks to train. The former UFC Bantamweight champion told Bloody Elbow that he was able to have a complete camp and is confident he'll have a better performance in their rematch at UFC 177 on A read news >>
UFC lightweight Danny Castillo is scheduled to make his 19th appearance under the Zuffa banner and his 11th fight in the UFC when he meets Tony Ferguson at UFC 177. But he knows few fans probably realize that.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
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The UFC Light Heavyweight contender feels that Bones is the champion for a reason and it isn't because of his supposed dirty game.
Glover Teixeira pays no mind to allegations that Jon Jones fights dirty. According to the former UFC Light Heavyweight title challenger, the champion pulled some illegal moves when they fought on April, at UFC 172, but Teixeira told Tatame.com.br that Bones's fouls aren't the key to his successful game. The 34-year old Brazilian also feels that, as a MMA fighter, he read news >>
Alexander Gustafsson has made it clear he feels he deserves the next shot at UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones in the wake of Jones' meniscus injury.
UFC president Dana White, however, has a different idea.
With the bout between Jones and undefeated challenger Daniel Cormier rescheduled for Jan. 3 in Las Vegas, White believe that Gustafsson, who was originally slated to get the Sept. 27 shot at Jones but had to pull out due to an injury, should fight again in the meantime.
"Gustafsson is ups read news >>
UFC light-heavyweight competitor Ovince St. Preux joined UFC Tonight hosts Kenny Florian and Brian Stann to discuss his upcoming main event against Ryan Bader.
Although Ovince St. Preux is still getting his feet wet inside the UFC octagon, he is confident about his ability to dispatch one of the more "overrated" competitors in the division.
The light-heavyweight competitor, who is 4-0 since joining the UFC ranks, including wins over Nikita Krylov and Ryan Jimmo, does not feel any added pressure read news >>
Ryan Bader knows what it feels like to have an Ultimate Fighting Championship title shot within his reach. But only now can he admit he wasn’t ready for that type of opportunity.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
CageSport champion Drew Brokenshire feels he's ready to take a step up, and knows he's got the perfect opportunity when he face Alex Sarnavskiy on Saturday in Russia. read news >>
Anything can happen when the cage door closes and Ross Pearson has come to appreciate the elements of truth in that cliche. The Ultimate Fighter season-nine winner has been forced to deal with a pair of curious outcomes in his two most recent showings, with both bouts ending in controversial fashion.
"The Real Deal's" misfortune began last October at Fight Night 30 when a questionable knee from Melvin Guillard hit Pearson's face while the Team Alliance member appeared to have a knee and a hand o read news >>