Special Forces Weapons Sergeant and UFC middleweight fighter Tim Kennedy is looking forward to a potential fight against former long-time champion Anderson Silva.
"My answer is bring 'em on! We got the force necessary to deal with the security situation." Oops, sorry. That wasn't UFC middleweight Tim Kennedy, but George W. Bush in 2003 speaking about a potential insurgency in Iraq. Not the smartest taunt ever made. But back to Kennedy. Show More Summary
So what happens when you’re apparently targeted by ISIS and notified by the FBI? If you’re Tim Kennedy, you stay ready and carry the proper tools. Filed under: News, UFC
Tim Kennedy is one-part killer and one-part UFC fighter. In addition to his time serving in the armed forces, combating credible ISIS threats, all the while hosting History channel shows, the No. 6-ranked Middleweight contender is also...Show More Summary
Former Special Forces Soldier Turned UFC Fighter, Tim Kennedy, has received what the FBI considers “credible threats” from the Islamic State. Although they may not be all too happy with
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) lightweight veteran Jorge Masvidal doesn't like middleweight contender Tim Kennedy. Get in line. "Gamebred" went nuts on his social media account to stick up for American Top Team (ATT) crony Yoel Romero, who found himself in trouble with USADA for a recent drug test. Show More Summary
UFC Fighter and Special Forces soldier Tim Kennedy has confirmed he is working with the FBI, who are investigating threats made to him by ISIS. The 36-year-old made a statement on his official Facebook page on Wednesday saying: " Just...Show More Summary
Terrorists threatening Tim Kennedy is like a Japanese street vendor threatening Godzilla's foot. Nevertheless, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight got a call from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) after it received...Show More Summary
Special Forces soldier and UFC fighter Tim Kennedy is working with the FBI in the face of some “recent credible threats” against him by followers of the Islamic State group.Filed under: News, UFC
UFC middleweight Tim Kennedy was forced to turn down a fight with Lyoto Machida when military teaching jobs intervened on his schedule.Filed under: News, UFC
Luke Rockhold is still fighting to get the respect he feels he deserves. It's something he's been trying to do since his days in Strikeforce, where he fought great competition such as Ronaldo Souza to win the 185-pound title and defended...Show More Summary
So make of that what you will. Tim Kennedy doesn't have a planned date to return to mixed martial arts (MMA), but does have plenty to say about the current state of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight division. Kennedy...Show More Summary
The MMA world ought to listen to Ian McCall and Tim Kennedy regarding the plight of mixed martial artists, writes Danny Acosta.
UFC middleweight Tim Kennedy hasn’t fought in 14 months and has said he might hang up his MMA gloves while also vowing to return to “smash” PED users. Today, he seems to prefer the latter.Filed under: News, UFC
Disgruntled Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight contender Tim Kennedy was all sorts of sad when he missed the opportunity to toe-tag Osama Bin Laden, so he's not letting the next evil overlord slip through his meaty fingers. Even...Show More Summary
While he was initially a reluctant participant in The History Channel’s new series “Hunting Hitler,” Tim Kennedy soon found himself having so much fun chasing Der Führer that he may never come back to MMA.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
"I'm a bad match up for Dan. You know, let's just get down to it. It's not ‘stylistically'... you know, he's not going to take me down. His wrestling's not good enough to stop my takedowns, and fundamentally, I'm a better striker than he is. Show More Summary
If Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White holds true to his word, the next time we see former welterweight champion Johny Hendricks, it will be in the middleweight division. It seems last-minute "Rigg" is a littleShow More Summary
Worker exploitation is growing, and according to Tim Kennedy from the National Union of Workers, there’s only really one solution.