• UFC 207: Ronda Rousey will officially not be taking part in media day

    It has been confirmed that Rousey will not be present for next Wednesday’s Ultimate Media Day to promote UFC 207.

    Ronda Rousey has completely shut out the media ahead of her bantamweight showdown with Amanda Nunes at UFC 207, MMA Junkie confirmed on Friday.

    Rousey, the former 135-pound champion, lost the belt to Holly Holm at UFC 193. The Olympic bronze medalist was knocked out in the second round by a vicious head kick and follow-up punches, and has shunned the MMA media ever since.

  • UFC 207's Ronda Rousey isn’t all about money like Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather - ’F--k that!'

    There was a time when Ronda Rousey was as broke as can be, living out of her car before she made it big in mixed martial arts (MMA). While she is undoubtedly one of the highest-paid athletes in the sport, "Rowdy" isn’t motivated by money.

    Unlike other mega combat stars such as UFC Lightweight champion Conor McGregor and boxing icon Floyd Mayweather — who aren’t afraid to flaunt their millions — Rousey isn’t about that life.

  • UFC 209: Khabib says Ferguson is ‘much better’ fighter than Conor McGregor

    Khabib Nurmagomedov says his UFC 209 opponent in Tony Ferguson is much better than Conor McGregor.

    Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson co-headline UFC 209, and will be fighting for the interim lightweight championship. According to the undefeated Dagestani fighter, he considers his opponent this weekend as a far superior MMA fighter than the current champion in Conor McGregor.

  • UFC 209: Tyron Woodley vs Stephen Thompson 2 scorecards

    Here are the score cards from the UFC 209 main event.

    The welterweight title rematch between Tyron Woodley and Stephen Thompson wasn’t exactly the most entertaining bout we’ve seen as of late. The UFC 209 headliner saw both men being very timid and tentative, and in the end, two of the three judges gave it to Woodley making him retain the belt.

  • UFC 210’s Thiago Alves done cutting to lightweight - ‘It’s not worth it’

    One — well, almost — and done.

    Thiago Alves’ drop down to the Lightweight division didn’t go as planned, as “The Pitbull” missed weight for his 155-pound debut against Jim Miller at UFC 205 last November, which resulted in a 20-percent deduction of his purse, which eventually went to Miller.

  • UFC 211 results: Joanna Jedrzejczyk dominates Jessica Andrade to retain strawweight title

    In the first of two title fights at UFC 211, Joanna Jedrzejczyk strawweight champion put on a striking clinic and picked apart Jessica Andrade on her way to another successful title defense.

    Joanna Jedrzejczyk won the UFC women’s strawweight championship two years ago in Dallas, and on Saturday night at UFC 211, she made her fifth successful defense of her title. Despite the spirited effort and demonstrable guts shown by Jessica Andrade, Jedrzejczyk outclassed her on the feet and arguably put forth the best performance of her spectacular UFC career.

  • UFC 213: Donald Cerrone can't wait for Fight of the Year candidate against Robbie Lawler

    Donald Cerrone is pumped up for his fight against Robbie Lawler at UFC 213.

    UFC 213 is set to be one of the year's most exciting events, with Anthony Pettis, Alistair Overeem, Cody Garbrandt, Amanda Nunes, and other high-profile fighters scheduled for the blockbuster pay-per-view.

  • UFC Can Break PPV Record In 2016 With Quick Conor McGregor Turnaround, Return Of GSP Or Ronda Rousey

    On the strength of two Conor McGregor vs. Nate Diaz money fights, as well as Brock Lesnar’s controversial comeback at UFC 200, Dana White and the new WME-IMG ownership group are within striking distance of the company’s best-selling pay-per-view year to date.

  • UFC champ Conor McGregor says he'll make $40 million in 2016, then mocks 'broke bum' Eddie Alvarez

    UFC champion Conor McGregor is never hesitant to discuss money. Today, however, he put a price tag on his financial gains from a busy 2016 fight campaign.

    The year has already been very good to McGregor (20-3 MMA, 8-1 UFC). It could get even better, though, if he earns a victory over Eddie Alvarez (28-4 MMA, 3-1 UFC) in the UFC 205 main event, which takes place Nov. 12 at Madison Square Garden in New York, with the main card on pay-per-view following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

  • UFC champ Dominick Cruz turns focus to 145 for dual belts and big-money fights

    UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz is familiar with accolades. He’s a former WEC champion, a two-time UFC titleholder, the top-ranked fighter in his division, and can be found near the top of pound-for-pound lists. What Cruz wants now, though, is big fights and the significant paydays that go along with them.

  • UFC champ Tyron Woodley reveals who he's fighting at UFC 205

    UFC 205 in New York City has its first official title fight as welterweight champion Tyron Woodley announced that he will be defending his belt against No. 1 contender Stephen Thompson at the highly anticipated event.

  • UFC featherweight Holloway makes way to PH

    Number three-ranked featherweight Max Holloway will be making his way to the Philippines for a three-day visit on September 15 to 18.

  • UFC Fight Night 100 bonuses: Thomas Almeida leads the pack

    Thomas Almeida put on a show in front of his hometown crowd... and took home an extra $50,000 for his efforts.

    The Sao Paulo, Brazil native got the better of an exciting slugfest against upstart Albert Morales in the co-main event of UFC Fight Night 100 at Ginasio do Ibirapuera.

  • UFC Fight Night 103 Results And Bonuses: Biggest Winners And Losers From Penn Vs. Rodriguez Card

    Yair Rodriguez beat up a legend on Sunday night in the main event of UFC Fight Night 103 in Phoenix. After battering BJ Penn in the first round, Rodriguez got the finish in the second. A front kick and follow-up straight right hand dropped Penn to the canvas.

    Rodriguez pounced on the Hall of Famer and pounded on him until referee John McCarthy stepped in to call an end to the fight.

  • UFC Fight Night: Gustafsson vs. Teixeira fight card

    Check out the fight card and bout order for UFC Fight Night: Gustafsson vs. Teixeira, which takes place in Stockholm, Sweden on Sunday, May 28th.

    The UFC rounds out its May schedule with a special Sunday (May 28th) event at the Ericsson Globe in Stockholm, Sweden. In the main event, Sweden’s own Alexander Gustafsson takes on fellow light heavyweight contender Glover Teixeira. Light heavyweights also comprise the co-main, as Misha Cirkunov battles Volkan Oezdemir.

  • UFC Fight Night: Holm vs. Correia fight card

    Check out the fight card for UFC Fight Night: Holm vs. Correia in Singapore, which goes down on Saturday, June 17th.

    The UFC is returning to Singapore on Saturday, June 17th for a Fight Pass show filled with multiple ex-UFC champion. Former women’s bantamweight champion Holly Holm headlines the event against Bethe Correia, while former lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos makes his debut against Tarec Saffiedine. Andrei Arlovski is set to take on Marcin Tybura, as the former heavyweight champ seeks an end to his four-fight losing skid.

  • UFC Fight Night® Manila tickets go on sale August 17

    MANILA, Philippines — UFC ® together with SM Lifestyle Entertainment, Inc. announced that

    tickets to UFC FIGHT NIGHT ® MANILA will go on sale to the general public beginning August 17,


  • UFC fighter rankings: Many big faces out, Yoel Romero is back

    As mentioned on the weekend, the UFC rankings underweight a major upheaval with the removal of three stars - UFC interim light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, heavyweight Brock Lesnar, and middleweight Lyoto Machida. These weren't the only changes though - another heavyweight and former champion has been removed as well, and there were some minor changes after last weekend's event in Salt Lake City.

  • UFC fighter rankings: Two-division champ Conor McGregor now #2 pound-for-pound

    Conor McGregor is now only behind Demetrious Johnson in the UFC’s official pound-for-pound rankings.

    We have the newly updated UFC rankings here, and a card like UFC 205 has predictably shaken up the list in several weight classes. Of note, Conor McGregor’s thumping of Eddie Alvarez to become the UFC’s lightweight champion has seen him take the #2 spot in the P4P rankings. The only man he’s behind is the only flyweight champion the UFC has ever had, Demetrious Johnson.

  • UFC heavyweight Derrick Lewis doesn't mind fighting opponents on PEDs: 'That stuff don't help'

    After Ben Rothwell was pulled out of UFC 203’s co-headliner against Fabricio Werdum with an injury, Derrick Lewis was very quick to make his interest known on social media.