The UFC is coming to Dallas! On March 15th at the American Airlines Center, Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler will fight for the UFC welterweight championship.
Tomorrow night, the latest season of the reality drama premieres immediately following UFC Fight Night: Rockhold vs. Philippou.
Tonight all eyes in the mixed martial arts world will be on FOX (7 p.m. central), as The UFC puts on a stacked card in Sacramento, California.
Demetrious Johnson is the only flyweight champion in UFC history, and Saturday night he looks to keep it that way.
A former winner of The Ultimate Fighter, Arizona State wrestling stand out Ryan Bader has faced an impressive list of names in a relatively short amount of time since joining the promotion’s light heavyweight division.
It’s been a groundbreaking season for The UFC’s ‘Ultimate Fighter’ reality show franchise, and Saturday night will feature a live finale in Las Vegas
You may not realize it, but Saturday night presents an opportunity for Dallas to claim another championship. The title? The Ultimate Fighting Championship’s welterweight title.
The last fight of the Facebook prelims featured TJ Waldburger getting knocked out cold by Adlan Amagov at the same time Texas A&M was getting knocked out by Auburn … sports make me sad.
Despite his discomfort, UFC welterweight contender Jake Shields is always in an affable mood, and I found him to be his typically friendly self despite being in the midst of shedding the pounds necessary to make his 170 pound weight limit for Wednesday night’s main event.
These two legends of women’s MMA are forever joined together in a legacy of personality clashes reminiscent of Ali and Frasier.
In The UFC, big things sometimes comes in smaller packages. There are few fighters in any weight class that can bang like Eddie Wineland, and within his own bantamweight class of 135 pounds, he’s as tough and explosive as it gets.
Jones (18-1) is the UFC’s main attraction at Air Canada Centre on Saturday when he steps into the octagon with Sweden’s Gustafsson (15-1), the latest 205-pounder to take a shot at ending Jones’ 2 1/2-year championship reign.