BANGOR, Maine – After being robbed of a victory in his last outing, Ross Pearson wasn’t about to let another one of his fights go to the judge’s scorecards. Check out the highlights of his win inside.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos read news >>
Tim Boetsch snatched victory from the jaws of defeat on Saturday night at UFC Fight Night 47, knocking out Brad Tavares with a thrilling second-round salvo that earned the middleweight veteran his first career 'Performance of the Night' post-fight bonus.
UFC President Dana White announced the recipients of the $50,000 awards following the conclusion of the night's festivities, which took place at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, Maine.
The evening's other 'Performance of the Night' bonus we read news >>
With a victory similar to his come-from-behind win over Yushin Okami, Tim Boetsch led the UFC Fight Night 47 fighter bonus winners on Saturday night in Bangor, Maine. read news >>
Ryan Bader fell short in his first UFC main event, but he wasn’t about to let history repeat itself during his second chance in the spotlight.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
This Saturday, the UFC goes to Bangor, Maine, for UFC Fight Night 47: Bader vs. St. Preux. The main event features a light heavyweight bout between The Ultimate Fighter season eight winner, Ryan Bader, and the former Strikeforce standout, Ovince St. Preux.
Bader comes into the fight on a two-fight win streak, having earned unanimous decision victories over Anthony Perosh back in December and Rafael Cavalcante in June. In his last six fights, Bader is 4-2 with one Submission of the Night, but bot read news >>
On Saturday night, an important fight takes place in the lightweight division, as two-time title challenger, Gray Maynard, faces off against winner of season nine of The Ultimate Fighter, Ross Pearson.
Maynard has been out since November 2013, when he was TKO'd by Nate Diaz in the first round. In his fight before that, he was TKO'd by TJ Grant, also in the first round. Overall, Maynard is just 1-3-1 since his title fight with Frankie Edgar in 2011. All three of his losses have been by (T)KO, whi read news >>
Following his victory over Daniel Ghita at Glory “Last Man Standing” in June, 25-year-old Rico Verhoeven is now the undisputed king of kickboxing’s heavyweight division. read news >>
What could victory mean for Ryan Bader, Ovince St. Preux, Gray Maynard, and Ross Pearson ahead of their respective headlining fights this weekend (Sat., Aug. 16, 2014) at Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, Maine? We explore the consequences below. Winning is everything.
UFC Fight Night 47: "Bader vs. St. Preux" takes place this upcoming Sat. night (Aug. 16, 2014) from Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, Maine, featuring a crop of intriguing fights with a number of fighters looking to bounce back in read news >>
"Conviction" gets no love from "The Anvil." "I mean right now, I don't think anyone could match up with Ronda. I really don't believe anyone can fight, (or) not even come close to fight Ronda Rousey. She's on a tear. If it's Gina Carano then yeah, you know. I see an easy night. First round again." -- Though talks have died down between Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and Gina Carano, that hasn't stopped many from talking about an eventual showdown pitting "Conviction" against women's bantam read news >>
Can Chael Sonnen upset the best grappler in the world?
The former UFC title challenger is set to battle two-time jiu-jitsu world champion and two-time ADCC winner Andre Galvao in the main event of Metamoris 4 on Saturday night in Los Angeles, and most people doubt he can survive against that kind of competition.
Vinny Magalhaes, a longtime training partner of the "American Gangster", is a believer.
"Chael is physically stronger and heavier, and he has great takedowns. If he manages to keep the m read news >>
GLORY welterweight champion Joe Valtellini became the welterweight champion with a victory over Marc de Bonte at "Last Man Standing" and now he is ready for an even bigger role.
At GLORY: "Last Man Standing," Marc de Bonte and "Bazooka" Joe Valtellini went at it hard for the full five rounds, trading big blows and exchanging fight altering knockdowns (recap here). At the fight's conclusion, when GLORY ring announcer Tim Hughes announced Valtellini as the winner and new GLORY welterweight champio read news >>