After nine months away from the cage, Jose Maria Tome is ready to return. read news >>
With the success of fighters like Conor McGregor, Gunnar Nelson, and Cathal Pendred, SBG Ireland has put itself on the MMA map in a big way. But how did a little gym in Dublin suddenly become an international powerhouse?Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>
For anyone interested in GLORY's foundations, aims and operations - not to mention future plans for the US and elsewhere - this extended interview with Ivan Farneti will provide a lot of interesting news and details, including a recap of the conversation he had with Joe Rogan at their recent Los Angeles event.
GLORY is a newcomer to the world of American sports television, having only debuted on SPIKE TV in October last year. Indeed the company is young, period. It's second birthday was in April read news >>
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Michael Bisping aims to get back into the win column next month when he takes on Cung Le at UFC Fight Night 48, and if he does so successfully, he may already have another opponent waiting in the wings. Bisping and former Strikeforce middleweight champion Luke Rockhold have long traded barbs over social media, and the Brit couldn't help but throw in his two cents when asked about Rockhold on Wednesday's edition of UFC Tonight.
"When Luke Rockhold is done making a douchebag out of himself hanging read news >>
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Khabib Nurmagomedov underwent successful knee surgery today (Wed., July 23, 2014) to repair a torn meniscus he suffered in training.
An unfortunate mishap that forced "The Eagle" out of his lightweight scrap against Donald Cerrone -- which was set for UFC 178 on Sept. 27, 2014 -- a few minutes after signing the bout agreement.
Khabib's manager, Mike Constantino of MVC Sports Management, sent MMAmania.com this picture of Khabib post-surgery and declared that everything went smo read news >>
DUBLIN -- Zak Cummings talks about fighting Gunnar Nelson at UFC Fight Night 46, his thoughts on how he matches up against him and why he thinks he's better, his drop down to welterweight, his recent winning streak, and more. read news >>
When it comes to her fighting career, UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is in a league of her own. But when it comes to her side career, she’s happily a follower.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
The world's first smart glove is here, and Bloody Elbow has all the details of this innovative technology straight from the creator of the iPunch glove, Steven Cains.
In today's combat sports landscape, everyone is trying to get an edge. Everything from extraordinary training measures to extreme methods of recovery and everything in between is being utilized by athletes around the globe. Any little scrap of progress is important, no matter how infinitesimal it might seem to the average human.
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With the tournament format -- and former head honcho Bjorn Rebney -- scrapped, Scott Coker is eager to bring Bellator to "new heights."
While no one can deny that Bellator was already an established mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion, its "seasonal" tournament-style events weren't always "must-see" television.
That's all about to change, now that Scott Coker is seated at the head of the table.
Coker -- the recently-appointed president of Bellator MMA -- says his main goal as the new man in charg read news >>
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While David Branch didn’t waste much time in dispatching Jesse Taylor for the inaugural WSOF middleweight title, he would like to pause his career to heal from his preparation. Filed under: MMAjunkie Radio, News, WSOF read news >>
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On his first day on the job as Bellator president, Scott Coker didn't have a lot of answers, but he did provide some hints as to his mentality and changes that could be expected in what he called Bellator 2.0. If you're looking to know how Bellator's direction will be changing with former Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker replacing Bjorn Rebney at the helm, the answer, like Scott Coker is prone to saying, is that it's up for discussion and we'll be better equipped to answer that question in a few week read news >>