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Brock Lesnar made a relatively quiet debut on The Ultimate Fighter. Will things pick up steam?
Cain Velasquez is the UFC Heavyweight champion and, yet, he’s a totally invisible man. Brock Lesnar, the man who lost his title to Velasquez, is making the rounds at ESPN and coming across as a champion.
Shawn Tompkins says the idea of not having MMA training camp teammates fighting each other in 2011 is completely unrealistic.
The bumpy road for Satoshi Ishii post-Olympics continues. Plus, Urijah Faber speaks out about his debut in the UFC and what’s next for him.
The biggest crowd ever for a UFC Fight Night event, which was supposed to be headlined by Tito Ortiz.
Strikeforce contracts are reportedly headed to the wayside while Zuffa contracts are coming.
Scott Coker made a fascinating remark about what SVSE, his former business partners in Strikeforce, want to do in the future and nobody in the media picked up on it.
With UFC wanting teammates to fight each other, will MMA’s current structure of big fighting teams for training splinter apart?
Josh Gross says that UFC has proved him wrong on a couple of important business points. How does he see the landscape of MMA right now and for the future?
Two high-profile women’s MMA fighters who hate each other take their feud public.
Now we will see what happens with high-profile teammates facing each other in the UFC.
Scott Coker sat down with Bas Rutten for an HDNet interview to talk about how the sale of Strikeforce to UFC went down.
Jon “Bones” Jones vs. Mauricio Shogun for the UFC Light Heavyweight title.« Previous Entries