MMA

  • B.J. Penn vs. Yair Rodriguez set as UFC Phoenix headliner

    BJ Penn’s return will take place against a top prospect in the featherweight division.

    B.J. Penn will still get the chance to headline a card for his return, but the level of opponent will still be extremely high. Penn will meet top prospect Yair Rodriguez in the main event of a UFC Fight Night show in Phoenix on January 15th.

  • BEN ASKREN TAKES ON AGILAN THANI IN CO-MAIN EVENT OF ONE: DYNASTY OF HEROES

    07 April 2017 – Singapore: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), has just announced a blockbuster co-main event bout at ONE: DYNASTY OF HEROES. ONE Welterweight World Champion Ben “Funky” Askren will return to the ONE Championship cage to defend his title against rising young Malaysian star Agilan “Alligator” Thani. ONE: DYNASTY OF HEROES is set for 26 May at the Singapore Indoor Stadium and will also feature ONE Women’s Atomweight World Champion Angela “Unstoppable” Lee taking on challenger Istela Nunes of Brazil in the main event.

  • Ben Nguyen taps out Tim Elliott in 49 seconds

    Flyweight Ben Nguyen just picked up a stunning submission win over Tim Elliott at UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Hunt in Auckland, New Zealand.

    Ben Nguyen was supposed to fight Joseph Benavidez at UFC Fight Night: Lewis vs. Hunt in Auckland, New Zealand, but Benavidez withdrew due to injury and was replaced by Tim Elliott, who is only a few months removed from a spirited performance against champion Demetrious Johnson. While Benavidez is higher ranked than Elliott, Nguyen still had a big opportunity to get a win over a top-10 ranked opponent, and did he ever make a statement.

  • Bethe Correia challenges Miesha Tate to backyard brawl

    Resurgent Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight contender Bethe Correia is back in the win column, thanks to a split decision win over Jessica Eye at the UFC 203 pay-per-view (PPV) event last weekend in Cleveland, Ohio.

  • Bibiano Fernandes says he loves Manila like home

    Reigning ONE Bantamweight World Champion Bibiano “The Flash” Fernandes may have been born and raised in Brazil, but the ONE Championship titleholder feels deep in his heart that Manila is his home away from home.

    Fernandes (19-3) is the promotion’s top bantamweight talent and is one of the best fighters in the world. He will take on Filipino-Australian sensation Reece “Lightning” McLaren (9-3) in the co-main event of ONE: AGE OF DOMINATION which takes place Friday, 2 December at the Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philippines.

  • BIGDASH RETAINS ONE MIDDLEWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

    Jakarta, Indonesia: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), returned to the Jakarta Convention Center for another evening of world-class mixed martial arts (MMA) action. ONE: QUEST FOR POWER set the tone for what will be an amazing 2017 for ONE Championship with a series of compelling bouts featuring the absolute best in local and international MMA talent. In the main event, ONE Middleweight World Champion Vitaly Bigdash retained his title, defeating top contender “The Burmese Python” Aung La N Sang by unanimous decision after five rounds.

  • Bisping believes Whittaker will beat Romero, will ‘probably’ retire after two more fights

    Michael Bisping isn’t setting his retirement in stone, but he does have a plan for it going forward.

    UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping isn’t a young man. At 38, with 11 years and 27 fights in the UFC under his belt, it’s natural that he would be looking down the road at hanging up the gloves. And on a recent edition of his podcast Believe You Me, he discussed his current plan for that.

  • Bisping: I ‘like’ McGregor, but Eddie Alvarez ‘kills him’ at 155

    With Conor McGregor avenging his loss to Nate Diaz at UFC 202, there’s talk of the Irishman taking on Eddie Alvarez for the lightweight title.

  • BJ Penn injured, out of UFC Manila main event vs. Ricardo Lamas

    B.J. Penn’s comeback has had another setback.

    Just under two weeks out from his UFC Manila main event vs. Ricardo Lamas, Penn has withdrawn from the October 15th card due to an undisclosed injury. MMAjunkie broke the news on Tuesday.

  • BJ Penn vs. Ricardo Lamas targeted for UFC Fight Night: Manila

    BJ Penn is not giving up just yet.

    The UFC is currently targeting Penn vs. Ricardo Lamas as the main event of UFN Fight Night 97, which is scheduled to take place at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Manila, Philipines on Oct. 15. The fight would take place in the featherweight division.

  • Bodybuilder promises to beat up 'b-tch' Cody Garbrandt at Team Alpha Male gym

    Things kicked off between Garbrandt and a bodybuilder on social media.

    Cody Garbrandt may not be fighting at UFC 213, but 'No Love' could end up squaring off against bodybuilder Matthew Kline Kader, who has 121k followers on Twitter.

  • Boracay-based Swedish martial artist feels excited for ONE Championship debut

    Singapore is in for a treat as one of the best welterweights in the Asia Pacific region has directed his career path to ONE Championship, which is widely considered as the mixed martial arts (MMA) juggernaut of Asia.

    Swedish standout Zebaztian “The Bandit” Kadestam will make his promotional debut under the ONE Championship banner on the undercard of ONE: DYNASTY OF HEROES, which takes place at the 12,000-seater Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore on 26 May.

  • BOUT UPDATES ANNOUNCED FOR ONE: KINGS OF DESTINY IN MANILA

    12 April 2017 – Manila, Philippines: The largest sports media property in Asian history, ONE Championship™ (ONE), has just announced updates to bouts scheduled for ONE: KINGS OF DESTINY. Team Lakay lightweight veteran Honorio “The Rock” Banario will now take on Jaroslav Jartim of Czech Republic as original opponent Rob Lisita has pulled out of the bout due to personal reasons. In addition, top featherweight prospect Christian “The Warrior” Lee of Singapore will now face Wan Jian Ping of China after Lee’s original opponent Keanu Subba suffered an injury during training camp.

  • Boxing coach: Conor McGregor ‘will slip and fire and Floyd Mayweather will be on wobbly legs’

    Conor McGregor’s boxing coach Owen Roddy gives his take on the Floyd Mayweather superfight.

    Not many people are giving Conor McGregor a chance against Floyd Mayweather in their upcoming boxing match on August 26th. But as expected, his team is banking on him to win, and win big.

  • Brooks/Oliveira, Pettis/Smolka among fights added to UFC Fight Night 96

    The UFC added a gaggle of fights to their October event in Portland today. Here's the run down.

  • ​​Burmese countrymen motivate Aung La N Sang to win world title

    Burmese mixed martial arts (MMA) superstar Aung La N Sang will have the opportunity of a lifetime as he gets a deserving shot at the ONE Middleweight World Championship belt.

    Aung La challenges division kingpin Vitaly Bigdash in the main event of ONE: QUEST FOR POWER, which takes place at the Jakarta Convention Center in Jakarta, Indonesia on 14 January.

    Marcin Prachnio was originally penciled to lock horns with Bigdash for the gold-plated strap, but the highly-touted Polish combatant was forced to withdraw from the middleweight championship clash due to an injury.

  • Cain Velasquez isn’t surprised ‘massive’ Brock Lesnar failed drug test

    Earlier this year, it was revealed that former UFC heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs. The WWE-UFC hybrid flagged for Hydroxy-clomiphene, the same anti-estrogen agent that Jon Jones tested positive for.

  • Cain Velasquez would fight in Mexico City again ... but change his training plans

    It went down as one of the most fateful training camp decisions in mixed martial arts history.

    Fabricio Werdum chose to train in the mountains above Toluca, Mexico, elevation 8,730 feet, for six weeks before his UFC 188 matchup with Cain Velasquez.

  • Carlos Condit is 'addicted' to the 'adrenaline' rush of fighting

    Carlos Condit, after a decorated fourteen-year career, explains why he's not likely to give up MMA anytime soon.

    The battle between Carlos Condit and Robbie Lawler is already etched into the MMA history books.

  • Chael Sonnen enters USADA testing pool, but won't fight again 'if the test is as good as I remember it being'

    Chael Sonnen is apparently leaving the door open to a return to the UFC. Chael Sonnen is also apparently leaving the door open to the possibility he won’t be able to pass the drug tests necessary to get back into the octagon.