UFC« Previous Entries
For every positive development in UFC World, there tends to be five or six ugly negative developments and this trend isn’t stopping any time soon.
In the time span of a decade, Fabricio Werdum has beaten the odds to become MMA royalty by becoming UFC Heavyweight champion. And in the process, he submitted Fedor, Cain, and Nogueira to become the king.
Today’s press conference regarding the new UFC & USADA drug testing program raises a lot more questions than answers.
The price and punishment for a fighter caught failing a drug testing in California just skyrocketed. And in the process, fighters are also going to lose financial protections that were previously afforded to them in arbitration.
Vitor Belfort is who we thought he was. So was Rumble Johnson. Chris Weidman’s next goal? MSG and MSG only.
As the drug testing protocols increase in Nevada, there is also political movement in California to institute out-of-competition drug testing thanks to UFC lobbying efforts.
The fallout from the new UFC/Reebok sponsorship marriage has been a disaster — and the deal hasn’t even been fully implemented yet.
Mark Hunt is known throughout the world for some of the beatings he has taken & dished out in heavyweight fights. The latest beating he endured, this time from Stipe Miocic, should put him into retirement.
Jon Jones is a suspect in a misdemeanor hit-and-run of a car with a pregnant female driver. Are things further spiraling out of control? What will UFC do?
A career-defining victory for Luke Rockhold on mystery UFC on Fox 15 TV card; Junior Chavez destroyed on ShowtimeSaturday, April 18th, 2015
A mystery, less-than-hyped UFC card on Fox broadcast TV proved to have some very unique highlights including Luke Rockhold’s domination of Lyoto Machida.
Al Haymon’s PBC event on CBS was exactly what we expected it to be — not a whole lot.
Ronda Rousey’s appearance at Wrestlemania 2015 melted the Internet down on Sunday night. It’s the perfect symbol for what has become a tense but mutually beneficial relationship between UFC & WWE.
We know Brock Lesnar will be sticking around with WWE after deciding not to return to UFC. The question: how did he manage to build up so much leverage?« Previous Entries