Jon Jones is still finding ways to get under Daniel Cormier's skin following their unprecedented brawl, as "Bones" hopes the baby "DC" is carrying in that belly of his is okay after he landed on it during their UFC 178 media day melee. read news >>
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Spitting the truth, or sour grapes? After losing to Tim Kennedy in a lackluster affair at UFC 162 back in July of 2013, Roger Gracie went one-and-done inside the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Octagon.
After not coming to terms with the ZUFFA-owned mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion on a new contract, Gracie decided to step away from the fight game altogether.
A year later, the 10-time jiu-jitsu world champion is ready to attempt a comeback as he recently told Opavo (via Bloody Elbow) that read news >>
Because the "Garden State" native believes he's a completely different fighter now than when they first met.
Jake Butler is back to his winning ways after dominating the experienced Egyptian Muhamed Ali at ONE FC: "War of Dragons" en route to a third-round TKO win, and the 4-1 light heavyweight hopes that he will be rewarded for that recent victory with an opportunity to redeem his only career loss,
"The rematch with Sylvain Potard is the fight I want next. I am a completely different fighter no read news >>
Clay Guida looks to continue his winning-ish ways at Featherweight against Dennis 'the Menace' Bermudez for UFC on FOX. Can Dennis derail the four star gatekeeper?
Clay Guida vs. Dennis Bermudez Featherweight
What ever happened to that guy who used to get us to pay attention to lighter weight fighters, and had awesome bouts against Roger Huerta and Tyson Griffin?
It's interesting to note how quickly Clay Guida became a pariah. It was essentially a two stop process: beat Takanori Gomi. Then beat read news >>
UFC bantamweight staple Urijah Faber got back to his winning ways with a submission victory over Alex Caceres in the main event of the preliminary card Saturday at UFC 175.
Faber bounced back from a TKO loss to Renan Barao in a bantamweight title fight at UFC 162 by cinching up a fight-ending rear-naked choke on the 11th-ranked "Bruce Leeroy" early in the third round.
"The California Kid" has suffered just three losses in the UFC (each of which were title fights) and has prevailed in five of his read news >>
One of the more time-honored ways of conveying an intent to do harm is to say you want to "beat the piss" out of someone. Depending on your taste in flourishes, sometimes there’s an adjective attached for emphasis…such as, "I want to beat the living piss" out of someone.At any rate, this is usually an empty threat. But in the case of Justin Gaethje, who during his summers between collegiate wrestling took amateur cage fights to see how he liked it, well, he can boast of doing just that. In his f read news >>
In light of a second failed drug test, this time for human growth hormone (HGH) and recombinant human erythropoietin (EPO), the UFC and FOX Sports have parted ways with Chael Sonnen.
UFC officials announced the termination of Sonnen's broadcasting agreement late Monday night, issuing the following statement.
"The UFC and FOX Sports organizations announced today the termination of their respective broadcasting services agreements with analyst Chael Sonnen. This decision comes in light of Sonnen f read news >>
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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight titleholder Jon Jones calls his UFC 165 unanimous decision win over Alexander Gustafsson his strongest showing to date, because of his heart and determination to win. read news >>
- 2 months ago
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Dallas Winston and Eugene S. Robinson discuss Bjorn Rebney's split with Bellator, MMA agent Mike Kogan's controversial comment about Jose Aldo and the flavor of Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino's cinematic endeavors. read news >>
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After running over Frank Mir in just 1:09 at UFC 65, an undefeated Brandon Vera claimed he was going to become the first fighter in UFC history to win both the heavyweight and light heavyweight titles.
Neither prophecy came true.
Wednesday, FOXSports.com broke the news that the UFC and the San Diego-based Vera have parted ways. In more than eight years with the company, Vera (12-7, 1 no-contest) compiled a record of 8-7 (1 NC).
Vera was 8-0 after defeating Mir, with all eight of his victories fi read news >>
- 2 months ago
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This time, it may be for good.
With no timetable for his Octagon return following yet another hand injury, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has parted ways with longtime heavyweight veteran Brandon Vera, according to FOX Sports.
Vera, 36, was at one time considered a future champion, racking up eight straight wins and finishing off former UFC heavyweight kingpin Frank Mir. But after a perfect 8-0 start to his mixed martial arts (MMA) career, "The Truth" has gone just 4-7 with one no c read news >>