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Dan Henderson Calls For Michael Bisping Rematch And If You Don’t Support This You Are Garbage

Fact: The single greatest moment in the history of MMA was captured in the above image, on the night of July 11, 2009 at UFC 100. It came approximately three minutes and eighteen seconds into the second round of a fight between Dan Henderson...Show More Summary

UFC Grants Brock Lesnar A Special Exemption on Drug Testing

If you're a professional fighter coming out of retirement, you must notify the UFC and its drug-testing partner, the United States Anti-Doping Agency, four months in advance. Unless, that is, the UFC says you don't. That's what happened...Show More Summary

Kimbo Slice Dead At 42. World Definitively Less Awesome. Sadness Reigns Supreme.

(Father. Fighter. Undercover cowboy. Legend. via Getty.) There are a dozen or more ways I could describe my feelings as I write this post, but I think "heartbroken" says it best. Kimbo Slice is dead, and I'm honest-to-God heartbroken...Show More Summary

UFC 199 Aftermath: And the Meek Shall Inherit the Earth…

("Ehh budday, do you like apples?" (holds tongue) "Well go fck yourself, apple." via Getty.) " believe the son of God came down to earth 2,000 years ago, and he killed himself for our sins, and he can walk on water...if you can...Show More Summary

Michael Bisping's Tired Homophobia Just the Latest in MMA's Culture Problem

(Warning: Many of the links below contain NSFW language and/or audio.) At UFC 199, long-time UFC veteran Michael Bisping ended Luke Rockhold 's brief tenure as middleweight champion with a knockout in the first round. Viewers watched as Bisping, at 37 and 12 years into his MMA career, realized his dream of becoming the UFC middleweight champion. Show More Summary

Latest UFC 200 odds: Brock Lesnar opens as betting underdog for return against Mark Hunt

I'm not surprised, motherfuckers. Brock Lesnar may be getting all the media love following the recent announcement that he'd be returning to the Octagon at UFC 200 on July 9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada, but he isn't getting it from the...Show More Summary

BREAKING: Brock Lesnar Returns, Faces MARK FCKING HUNT at UFC 200

(That moment when you realize you just agreed to fight the face-punchiest fighter on the planet, but don't like to get punched in the face.) We'll have our full recap of UFC 199 up shortly, but before we do, let's get right into a few of the biggest non-fight highlights of the night. Show More Summary

UFC 199: The Definitive Timeline of the Dominick Cruz-Urijah Faber Beef

"Check the record, bud." With this awesomely tepid verbal blast, the hype for Urijah Faber vs. Dominick Cruz III was off and running. Could there have been a spicier soundbite? Yes. But its staying power demonstrates how little hype fans need to buy into this co-main event at Saturday's UFC 199. Faber-Cruz III is not just a title fight. Show More Summary

Video: Emotional Luke Rockhold admits he underestimated Michael Bisping at UFC 199, wants rematch

Michael Bisping shocked the mixed martial arts (MMA) world last night (Sat., June 4, 2016) at UFC 199 in Los Angeles, California by knocking out Luke Rockhold in the very first round to become the Middleweight champion of the world. See...Show More Summary

Brock Lesnar's Shocking UFC Return Is Years Too Late and Right on Time

There are few sports that lend themselves to rumors the way mixed martial arts does. We have seen a backyard brawler become a major star, the sport’s major promoter agree to box one of his stars, and two brothers agree to fight each other. Show More Summary

Stream UFC 199: How to watch Luke Rockhold fight Michael Bisping live online tonight

The complete UFC 199 fight card will air later this evening (Sat., June 4, 2016) on two different stations -- FOX Sports 1 and pay-per-view (PPV) -- as well as online via "Fight Pass" digital network. UFC 199's "Prelims" undercard will begin at 6:15 p.m. Show More Summary

The Rebirth of Dominick Cruz

UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz has been through the wringer. In the past five years, he's suffered four major injuries. After the first round of issues, he spent three years on the shelf. The UFC stripped him of his bantamweight title and awarded it to another man. Show More Summary

UFC 199's Championship Rematches Are Hard to Get Up For, Despite Tough Talk

The entire cast of characters involved in UFC 199's dueling championship main events have been playing their parts admirably this week. Anybody who watched Thursday's prefight press conference wobble between funny, silly and downright...Show More Summary

Floyd Mayweather can keep making posters about Conor McGregor, but still needs to call Dana White

A horribly shoddy poster convinced few that a fight between UFC champ Conor McGregor and retired boxing kingpin Floyd Mayweather is in the works. That doesn’t mean the possibility has officially been written off, if questions from reporters are any indication. But here’s (...)

A Star Is Born: Cody Garbrandt Goes from Unranked to Instant UFC Title Contender

In the history of the UFC, there had never been an event headlined by a non-title bantamweight fight. This is for a lot of reasons, but the biggest is there is an inherent fan bias against the smaller divisions, something the UFC isShow More Summary

Video: UFC vet Dennis Bermudez sets world record for lemon-juice drinking

Dennis Bermudez now owns a world record for drinking lemon juice, and the UFC vet didn’t have an easy time doing it.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos

UFC Gold Couldn't Possibly Define Michael Bisping's Career

Imagine you work your whole life for a dream. To reach it, you have to compete against people taking shortcuts. Imagine those shortcuts lead them ahead of you. Imagine that dream falls away, likely never to return. Imagine a twist of...Show More Summary

Haven't we learned yet that Nate Diaz gets what he wants?

Back in December, Nate Diaz told us that he wanted a fight with Conor McGregor, and we thought it was all just cheap entertainment. Then he got what he wished for and made it count. He wasn’t surprised. If he gets what he wants once again, we shouldn’t be (...)

On UFC 199, Luke Rockhold, Dominick Cruz, and the Nasty Phenomenon of the “Sore Winner”

(via Getty.) By Asaph Bitner Society tends to deride those who remain defiant even after a decisive and fair defeat. Someone who’s beaten and fails or refuses to accept this is looked at with pity, even anger. George Carlin already eloquently...Show More Summary

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