Anthony Johnson's weigh-in troubles appear to be in the rear view mirror, as neither he nor Alexander Gustafsson had issues making weight for UFC on FOX 14. read news >>
The UFC’s recent deal with Reebok has forever changed the landscape of fighter sponsorship in the promotion. And while the details of the deal are still trickling out, one fighter is already seeking alternate cashflow opportunities.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
Issues surrounding the popular fight team following the unfortunate death of team member, Dennis Munson, Jr. Over the last several days, former members of the Roususport fight team have spoken out against head coach, Duke Roufus in the wake of investigative reports by the Milwaukee Sentinel-Journal following the March death of amateur kickboxer Dennis Munson, Jr. Among those to speak out are former UFC roster members Pat Barry and Eric Schafer and current WMMA star, Rose Namajunas. On the other read news >>
UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz claims the promotion’s light heavyweight division was made for him, so naturally, he’s never had a problem making the limit. But he sees a problem in the way others are trying to do the same.Filed under: Bellator, News, UFC read news >>
Welterweight MMA veteran Roan Carneiro thinks his troubles with the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission will be resolved – despite a hefty $15,000 fine following a brilliant showing in a recent single-night tournament. Filed under: Featured Videos, MMAjunkie (...) read news >>
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Although he lost a good chunk of time in his career, Stefan Struve is fortunate to be returning to the cage after a heart condition put his health at risk.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
- 7 months ago
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For some reason, the idea that Jeremy Stephens is only 28 years old feels more than a little absurd. Maybe it’s that he’s been in the UFC for seven years, or that he’s had a career with many graph chart spikes and plummets, against people long forgotten (Diego Saraiva), long retired (Din Thomas) or long relegated to the impoverished life of journalism (Danny Downes). Maybe it’s the old school brawler’s mentality. After all, that thing he did to Marcus Davis at UFC 125 was a form of early cruelty read news >>
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After being summoned to a Nevada State Athletic Commission hearing to provide his side of the story for skipping out on a random drug test, Wanderlei Silva feels that he has shed light on things and solved his problem with the NSAC. Silva released a video on his YouTube page, featuring a few minutes of the NSAC meeting and gave his thoughts on how his appearance went. “I am very happy to solve this situation,” Silva said in the video. “I was happy to clarify things and say the truth.” UFC Presid read news >>
- 7 months ago
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UFC middleweight C.B. Dollaway stated his interest in a potential fight with Tim Kennedy. With his financial troubles temporarily behind him, C.B. Dollaway expects his next fight to be against a fighter in the upper echelon of the UFC's middleweight division. The middleweight fighter extended his winning streak to two wins last month in Berlin when he defeated GSP's training partner Francis Carmot via unanimous decision. The win also got him a Performance of the Night bonus, which added to his i read news >>
- 10 months ago
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DALLAS – Alex Garcia was a top prospect and a major favorite heading into a surprisingly competitive UFC 171 bout with lightweight Sean Spencer. Despite his troubles, Garcia admits it was a good learning experience.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos Tagged: (...) read news >>
Bellator MMA has unconditionally released Paul Daley and Maiquel Falcao following the fighters’ legal troubles. (Includes video footage.) read news >>
Mark Hunt’s trip to the United States for his heavyweight confrontation with Junior dos Santos at
UFC 160 has been delayed due to travel issues. read news >>
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After Anderson Silva successfully defended his UFC middleweight title against Chael Sonnen for the second time, UFC President Dana White sat down in front of reporters and tried, as best he could, to explain to us what it was like to work with the world's greatest fighter.
"I swear to God, it's like dealing with an artist," White said. "It's like dealing with an artist or some big, crazy, talented actor. That's what it's like."
The thing is, White wasn't complaining.
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Contestants of "The Ultimate Fighter" almost always emerge as vastly improved versions of themselves on the reality-show's finale.
They're no longer in the pressure cooker of the house, time has passed, and they've picked up useful skills.
"TUF 12" winner Jonathan Brookins largely did what he was good at - taking backs and locking in chokes - during the show and won the competition. But after a nine-month layoff, he appeared not to have improved, but gone downhill in a bout with Erik Koc read news >>