Perhaps no promotion made more strides to expand its audience in 2012 like the Score Fighting Series. They intend even more expansion in the New Year. read news >>
Desmond Green took a big step forward in his career in October when he knocked out former WEC champ Miguel Torres. Now he’s ready for the next evolution.Filed under: News, Videos read news >>
How big of an MMA fan is artist Justin BUA? Earlier this year, the man that made his name depicting the world of hip hop and urban life in exaggerated portraits of archetypal... read news >>
MMAWeekly Radio closes 2012 with a big show including Joe Lauzon, Jim Miller, Alan Belcher and Eddie Wineland plus our best of 2012 and debate surrounding UFC 155. read news >>
Jesse Ronson has had the best year of his career in 2012. He's looking forward to capping it off with a victory over Ryan Healy at Score FS 7 on Friday night on AXS TV. read news >>
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Score FS broadcaster Robin Black says recent success of Josh Hill and Rick Glenn, alongside AXS TV deal, only underscores the promotion's growth. read news >>
It's been a good year so far for UFC welterweight Matt Brown, but he needs some time off.
He's done three camps back-to-back and is looking forward to getting out of the gym after he takes on Luis Ramos tonight at UFC on FX 4.
But he has a reason to cram all that work into six months: He's getting married.
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Tony Ferguson, Holly Holm and Jake Ellenberger make big moves in this week's release of the official UFC rankings. read news >>
Marion Reneau made a big impression in her first two fights. Now she wants to capitalize on that momentum with a bout against a top contender in the UFC women's bantamweight division. “Let’s go for the top,” Reneau said Thursday in an interview with MMAjunkie Radio (h/t MMAJunkie.com). “Let’s go for Miesha Tate. Let’s go for Alexis Davis. Let’s go for those girls who are right next to No. 1. Let’s go.” Tate is currently ranked No. 2 and Davis No. 3 in the official UFC women's bantamweight rankin read news >>
Urijah Faber has made most of his career hay at featherweight. But he has never competed in the UFC Octagon at 145 pounds. That will change on May 16. Faber will face former UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar in the main event of UFC 165. It's only one of the firsts on the evening, as it also will be the UFC's debut foray into the Philippines. The event will take place at Mall of Asia Arena in Manila. The news came Wednesday night on UFC Tonight, which airs weekly on Fox Sports 1 (h/t MMAFig read news >>
“This year off hasn’t been a year off – it has been the biggest year of growth I’ve ever had,” UFC welterweight Court McGee, who hasn’t set foot in the Octagon since losing to Ryan LaFlare in December read news >>
Coming off a lethargic year for business, the last few months have shown clearly that the fans are still there. But they aren't watching unless it's something promoted well. The last few months have shown, with the Tito Ortiz vs. Stephan Bonnar fight in Bellator, the Jon Jones vs. Daniel Cormier pay-per-view at UFC 182 and Conor McGregor's show in Boston, that some of the lackluster MMA numbers of 2014 were not because people turned away from the sport. The fan base is clearly still there, but t read news >>
Alexander Gustafsson laughs when you ask him what life is like for him in Sweden these days. About to headline the 30,000-seat Tele2 Arena in Stockholm in a fight against Anthony Johnson... read news >>
World Series of Fighting has come a long way in just two years. Company president Ray Sefo recounts 2014, while looking ahead to big plans for the coming year. read news >>