• Vitor Belfort: ‘I’ll continue competing’ in MMA after my last UFC fight

    Vitor Belfort’s UFC 212 fight vs. Nate Marquardt will be his farewell to the UFC, but he’s not done competing just yet.

    Former UFC champion Vitor Belfort is just about two weeks away from fighting Nate Marquardt at UFC 212. The 40-year-old hasn’t won in nearly two years, and the Marquardt showdown represents the last fight on his UFC contract.

  • Volkan Oezdemir: I will do to Alexander Gustafsson what Anthony Johnson did to him

    Top light heavyweight contender Volkan Oezdemir plans to knock out Alexander Gustafsson in the first round.

    Although surging UFC light heavyweight contender Volkan Oezdemir hasn’t been given his next opponent, the Swiss-born fighter wants to fight Alexander Gustafsson in a number one contender’s bout.

  • Watch UFC 212: Aldo vs. Holloway live stream online, fight time, TV schedule

    The UFC is in Brazil this weekend to settle the featherweight title picture. Check the links below for all the ways you can watch the action, live from Rio.

    Tonight the UFC is coming to you live from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with a headline act that promises to both excite and settle who is the rightful king of the 145ers.

  • WBC ordering Danny Garcia vs. Shawn Porter fight

    The WBC is going to make Danny Garcia (33-1, 19 KOs) and Shawn Porter earn a title shot against WBC welterweight champion Keith “One Time” Thurman by fighting each other for the interim WBC 147lb title.

  • Welterweight champ Tyron Woodley wants to fight Nick Diaz at UFC 209

    Woodley calls out Nick Diaz for a scrap at UFC 209 in March.

    When Tyron Woodley knocked out Robbie Lawler at UFC 201 to become the new welterweight champion, ‘T-Wood’ wasted no time in calling out his ideal opponents.

    Woodley, 34, said he wanted a big-money fight against either Nick Diaz or Georges St-Pierre in his first title defense, but the newly-crowned champion was slated to face top contender Stephen Thompson at UFC 205.

  • Werdum bets on Ngannou KO over Miocic, welcomes bout against winner in April

    Fabricio Werdum believes Francis Ngannou will become the new heavyweight champion and would like to fight him for the belt.

    Former UFC heavyweight champion, Fabricio Werdum, will be watching closely as Stipe Miocic will try to defend the belt against rising star Francis Ngannou, in January at UFC 220. That is, of course, because Werdum is very interested in fighting the winner, who he believes will be Ngannou, as he told Portal do Vale Tudo.

  • Werdum vs. Velasquez rematch eyed for UFC 207

    A rematch between former heavyweight champions Fabricio Werdum and Cain Velasquez is being set-up for UFC 207, according to MMAjunkie. The fight will likely take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, with Friday, December 30 as the penned date.

  • White says Conor McGregor is 'taking 10 months off', Nate Diaz responds

    According to Dana White, Conor McGregor could be out until August 2017. This led Nate Diaz to announce a similar vacation.

    It looks like Conor McGregor could be out a few months longer than expected. The UFC lightweight champion (and recent UFC featherweight titleholder) was expected to be sidelined until May due to the birth of his first child. But according to Dana White during an appearance on Fox Sports Live, McGregor could be out until the fall, based on the timeline from his last fight.

  • White: ‘75 percent chance’ Mayweather vs. McGregor happens, 50-50 purse split ‘is pretty fair’

    UFC president Dana White hasn’t talked money with Floyd Mayweather yet, but he’s going to ask for a 50-50 purse split for a boxing match between Mayweather and Conor McGregor.

  • White: Conor McGregor fighting at welterweight ‘isn’t fair’ to the rest of division

    Conor McGregor’s last two UFC fights have been at welterweight, UFC president Dana White revealed that those bouts may be the last times “The Notorious” will be seen at 170-pounds.

  • White: Ronda Rousey’s UFC career is ‘winding down’, probably move on to acting

    Dana White says former UFC champ Ronda Rousey will probably move to acting soon.

  • White: UFC planning on Conor McGregor fighting in 2017, responds to co-promotion demands

    Dana White is planning on having Conor McGregor fight by the end of this year, and he’s dealing with his “crazy” demands.

    The wheels are starting to spin on the UFC return of Conor McGregor, but as usual, there are bound to be some hiccups along the way. Last night while doing a Q&A for his movie, McGregor stated that he wouldn’t return to the UFC without being a co-promoter or part-owner (via MMA Junkie):

    “I was promoter on the Mayweather fight, and we’re in current negotiations. I ain’t stepping in that octagon again unless I’m part owner of the whole setup. I’m a promoter.”

  • Whittaker-Brunson promoted to UFC Melbourne main event

    With Luke Rockhold vs. Jacare Souza scrapped from UFC Melbourne, the UFC has bumped Robert Whittaker vs. Derek Brunson from co-main to main event.

  • Why Jon Jones probably isn’t getting a 4-year suspension

    Iain Kidd breaks down exactly what suspension length Jon Jones is facing and how likely each potential punishment actually is.

    There has been a lot of confusion around Jon Jones’ most recent positive test for Turinabol, with various outlets selectively reporting comments from the UFC’s Jeff Novitzky, to the extent that the man himself had to issue a correction.

  • With Mousasi gone, Thiago Santos now wants Boetsch or Brunson next

    Thiago Santos has set his sights on two fellow middleweights following his win at UFC 213.

    Fresh off a second-round TKO win over Gerald Meerschaert, Brazilian striker Thiago Santos felt like a rematch with Gegard Mousasi would be nice next logical step for him. However, now that Mousasi has closed a deal with Bellator, Santos was forced to change his mind. As he told Portal do Vale Tudo, he would like to take on veterans Tim Boetsch or Derek Brunson.

  • Woodley calls out McGregor, Bisping, GSP, Diaz brothers for July fight

    After announcing his July return, Tyron Woodley made a list of opponents he is willing to face.

    It has been two months since his rematch against Stephen Thompson, and UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley is already looking to make his Octagon return. Late last week, “The Chosen One” announced that he has commenced a training camp for a possible fight in July.

  • Woodley on Diaz turning down fight: He’s not scared, he wants to get paid

    Tyron Woodley explains why Nick Diaz turned down his challenge to fight at UFC 209.

    Since he won the UFC welterweight title in July of the previous year, Tyron Woodley has been clamoring for the “big money fights.” In December, he issued a challenge to Nick Diaz for a possible fight at UFC 209.

    However, Diaz had apparently turned down Woodley’s challenge. The champion did clarify that the former welterweight title challenger did not do so out of fear. Rather, it was because Diaz knows what he is worth.

  • WWE boss Triple H eyes Conor McGregor: 'You don't need to be 300 pounds, he could do it for sure'

    Conor McGregor was already sitting on top of the mixed martial arts (MMA) world before knocking out Eddie Alvarez in the main event of UFC 205 last weekend (Sat., Nov. 12, 2016) to claim the lightweight title; becoming the only man to hold two division titles simultaneously.

  • WWE Executive Triple H invites Conor McGregor, Floyd Mayweather to Monday Night Raw

    The WWE is looking to capitalize on the hype around Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather by getting the two men on their television programming.

    When the boxing match between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather finally came to fruition, a lot of fans who don’t like the idea of it compared the whole idea to something that would happen in pro wrestling. So it should come as no surprise that the WWE is looking to get involved in the promotion of the August 26th bout as well.

  • Yoel Romero opens as big betting favorite over Michael Bisping

    The number-one contender to the UFC middleweight title has opened as a large favorite over the current champ.

    At this time last week, the UFC’s middleweight division was effectively stalled by a proposed fight between 185-pound champion Michael Bisping and the returning Georges St-Pierre. When GSP tried to delay the fight until November (or later), UFC president Dana White finally stepped in and took St-Pierre’s shot at the title away. Enter Yoel Romero.