LOS ANGELES (AP) — Henry Cejudo pulled off one of the most impressive upsets in mixed martial arts history at UFC 227. T.J. Dillashaw simply repeated himself, only quicker. Cejudo ended Demetrious Johnson’s nearly six-year reign as the UFC flyweight champion Saturday night at Staples Center, earning a split-decision victory
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Cody Garbrandt and T.J. Dillashaw have one of the UFC’s most compelling feuds of recent years. This beef is rooted in betrayal and tribalism, and it led to the demolition of a once-cordial relationship between training partners. The feud persisted even after Dillashaw knocked out Garbrandt
NEW YORK (AP) — This time, Conor McGregor didn’t put up a fight. The mixed martial arts star pleaded guilty on Thursday to disorderly conduct and will perform five days of community service to resolve charges stemming from a backstage melee at a New York City arena in which he
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Daniel Cormier knocked out the UFC heavyweight champion, argued with a professional wrestler and left the octagon dancing with glee and perfect balance, thanks to one championship belt on each arm. There will never be another Saturday night like it for the 39-year-old former amateur wrestler
Fight times: Fight Pass at 6:15 Est FX at 8:00 est. Pay Per View at 10:00 est. UFC 224 is a can’t miss Brazilian pay-per-view card that is stacked from top to bottom. It is the first card in recent memory to have a Brazilian fighter in every single matchup.
Last night a fight 14 years in the making took place, and the MMA world took notice. Russian phenom Fedor Emelianenko took on former UFC champion Frank Mir. Frank Mir was looking to win his first bout since July of 2015. He talked highly of his boxing prowess leading up
Main Card (9 PM ET, Paramount Network) • Fedor Emelianenko vs. Frank Mir • Emmanuel Sanchez vs. Sam Sicilia • Rafael Lovato Jr. vs. Gerald Harris • Neiman Gracie vs. Javier Torres • Dillon Danis vs. Kyle Walker Preliminary Card (7 PM ET, Paramount Network Online) • R’Mandel Cameron vs.
Introduction Many have seen this past week in MMA to be the most hectic in recent memory. Conor Mcgregor made sure that it was a memorable one putting multiple people in the hospital, but I’ll let you check out Brandon Ponke’s article on the subject. Despite an almost unrecognizable card
Waking up on Easter Sunday, anything that could go wrong with UFC 223 was laughed at as an April fools joke. By mid-afternoon though, it was all too real that the Tony vs. Khabib curse is as real as the eyes you’re reading with. However, heartbreak was quickly replaced by
UFC Featherweight Jason “The Kid” Knight (20-4 MMA, 4-3 UFC) took some time to speak with me today about his upcoming fight with Makwan “Mr. Finland” Amirkhani (13-2 MMA, 3-1 UFC) which is set for UFC Liverpool on May 27th. Knight had his four-fight winning streak snapped at UFC 214