When I arrived at The Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento Saturday night, I already knew that UFC 177 was going to be one of the most chaotic events in the promotion’s history.
The UFC welterweight contender who takes on Carlos Condit in the co main event at UFC 171 Saturday night at The American Airlines Center has quickly earned the respect of the organization’s president.
Dana White is the president and co-owner of the UFC, and as it just so happened, I was there to witness the culmination of one of the more unique stories to ever take place within the promotion.
Tomorrow night, the latest season of the reality drama premieres immediately following UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs. Philippou.
This fight is huge for MMA and a star like Rousey could really help push the UFC into the mainstream.
UFC history will be made Saturday night in Anaheim, California, as for the first time ever, women will compete inside The Octagon.
Former Olympic judo bronze medalist and rising mixed-martial arts star Ronda Rousey will fight in the main event at UFC 157 on Feb. 23 in Anaheim, Calif., where she will face Liz Carmouche in the first women’s fight in UFC history.
What Jon Jones had no interest in doing this past Labor Day weekend will become a reality for him next April, and the build up to it will play out in front of a national television audience.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has had a rough month.
Carlos Condit is the current UFC Welterweight Champion and he will challenge St.Pierre to unify the two Welterweight belts at UFC 154 in Montreal.
UFC president Dana White announced that Lyoto Machida, Jon Jones’ presumed challenger for the September 22 card in Toronto, had in fact chosen to turn down the fight
I competed against Lance in what was once the President’s Health Club Triathlon out by Lake Lavon in the late ‘80s and know his mom, Linda. I get that it’s just no longer worth it.