Tommy McCafferty hasn’t fought in roughly 11 months, but it’s not for a lack of trying. Filed under: Cage Warriors, News read news >>
One of his recent opponents has replaced Urijah Faber at next month’s UFC Fight Night 52 event in Japan.Filed under: MMA Rumors, News, UFC read news >>
Stockton's native son, Nick Diaz, is finally set to return to the UFC and, man, it couldn't have come at a better time. The former Strikeforce champion has long been one of the most enigmatic figures in MMA and the question now, as it has always been, is what could possibly be next for Nick Diaz?
Well, things are a bit simpler than usual right now—we know Diaz is going to fight again at some point in the coming months, but against who? Well, that's what we're here to discuss. So who is the most read news >>
How dominant a champion has Demetrious Johnson become? So much so that he just made it look easy against a doped-up opponent.
The UFC flyweight champion schooled Ali Bagautinov in the main event of last month's UFC 174 in Vancouver. Afterwards, it was revealed Bagautinov had flunked a pre-fight drug test for EPO.
As far as the champ is concerned, however, he doesn't care what his opponent is taking.
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The Irish Featherweight is not concerning himself with substances his opponents may or may not be putting into their bodies.
UFC Featherweight Conor McGregor isn't one to be shy about his opinions. There's been an ongoing war of words between FW champ Jose Aldo and #1 contender Chad Mendes following the cancellation of their UFC 176 bout which has degenerated into a lot finger-pointing and accusations about mutual steroid abuse. McGregor has already ripped Mendes for his part in that but now he' read news >>
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It only took 16 seconds for Dana White and the UFC brass to realize they were in trouble—UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey was much, much better than anybody they could match her up with. Months prior to Rousey's UFC 175 matchup with Alexis Davis, White and company were looking to sign some much-needed talent to their shallow women's roster to challenge their trailblazing superstar. They attempted to lure former Strikeforce women's featherweight champion—now silver-screen action hero—Gina C read news >>
Ronda Rousey has defeated all her opponents by an average time that is actually shorter than the entire length of her Joan Jett walkout song. While this is great for her, it's really bad for the women's bantamweight division. And if the champ keeps fighting three times a year or more, it may be even worse.
When the Joan Jett song "Bad Reputation" begins playing -- the walk out music for UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey -- it takes 19 seconds before one of the baddest women in Rock read news >>
Former opponents Matt Hughes and Dennis Hallman trade a few shots on twitter.
Dennis Hallman is currently set to compete at WSOF 11 against Jon Fitch, but the former UFC fighter had a brief run in with a former opponent on social media. Ben Saunders tweeted about Hallman defeating Hughes twice in his career, and the former UFC champion didn't take kindly to being reminded about it. Check out their twitter exchange: Headin 2 Daytona to help out @DennisHallman . A damn Legend in the sport! Submitt read news >>
UFC Fight Night Auckland main event opponents Nate Marquardt and James Te Huna talk about their match-up and what they need to do to prevail Saturday night on UFC Fight Pass. read news >>
"Lil Heathen" may have a power advantage on Swanson, but Cub says he has a more impressive resume of victories, which in the end, is what the fight game is all about. Jeremy Stephens believes he will have a power advantage over Cub Swanson when the two talented featherweights collide in the main event of this weekend's (Sat., June 28, 2014) UFC Fight Night 44 event in San Antonio, Texas, saying that his punching power is far superior than that of Cub's.
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UFC Fight Night 42 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was a big night for Benson Henderson, as the former lightweight champion scored his first stoppage victory inside the Octagon. His fourth-round rear-naked choke of Rustam Khabilov showed us that Henderson is capable of more than simply doing enough to earn a decision, cementing his spot at No. 1 in the UFC’s rankings.
Is Henderson evolving into a full-blown finisher? That much remains to be seen. While we don’t know whom he’ll face in his next outin read news >>