Stipe Miocic held on to his Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight title this past weekend (Sat., May 13, 2017) by knocking out Junior dos Santos in the very first round at UFC 211 in Dallas, Texas (video highlights here). It...Show More Summary
All I said was that he's a funny guy! An honor to be choked by the legendary Joe Pesci at @georgelopez's #GeorgeLopezFoundation event. pic.twitter.com/HJbfScqqeV — Cain Velasquez (@cainmma) May 8, 2017 Former Ultimate Fighting Championship...Show More Summary
Brock Lesnar? Cain Velasquez? Randy Couture? Fabricio Werdum? MMAjunkie writers make their case for the greatest UFC heavyweight champion of all time.Filed under: News, UFC
The Times’ MMA rankings for April, as compiled by Todd Martin: Heavyweight 1. Stipe Miocic 2. Fabricio Werdum 3. Cain Velasquez 4. Alistair Overeem 5. Junior Dos Santos 6. Derrick Lewis 7. Ben Rothwell 8. Vitaly Minakov 9. Francis Ngannou 10. Travis Browne The UFC heavyweight title will be on the...
The Times’ MMA rankings for March: Heavyweight 1. Stipe Miocic 2. Fabricio Werdum 3. Cain Velasquez 4. Alistair Overeem 5. Junior Dos Santos 6. Derrick Lewis 7. Ben Rothwell 8. Vitaly Minakov 9. Francis Ngannou 10. Travis Browne Alistair Overeem picked up an impressive win over Mark Hunt, knocking...
With former heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez recovering from surgery, Junior Dos Santos fighting Stipe Miocic, and Alistair Overeem recently victorious, Francis Ngannou is shifting his attention.Filed under: Featured Videos, Radio, UFC, Videos
Bringing you the weird and the wild from the world of MMA each and every weeknight... Welcome to Midnight Mania! Tonight, we’ve got Cain Velasquez with a message to his fans, Dillon Danis — Conor McGregor’s Brazilian jiu-jitsu coachShow More Summary
Former UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez wants to return to the octagon as soon as possible. However, he said he won’t accept a fight unless he feels 100 percent confident he can make it through a training camp without suffering a serious injury.Filed under: News, (...)
Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez hasn’t been seen since his first-round shellacking of Travis Browne at the UFC 200 pay-per-view (PPV) event last July. He was penciled in for a FabricioShow More Summary
If you thought there wasn't a man alive crazy enough to call out former 2-time UFC heavyweight champ Cain Velasquez, you're wrong... 'cause TMZ Sports found the MMA badass willing to do it. We got Francis Ngannou -- the #6 ranked heavyweight in…
The Times’ MMA rankings for February, as complied by Todd Martin: Heavyweight 1. Stipe Miocic 2. Fabricio Werdum 3. Cain Velasquez 4. Alistair Overeem 5. Junior Dos Santos 6. Derrick Lewis 7. Ben Rothwell 8. Vitaly Minakov 9. Francis Ngannou 10. Travis Browne There was some question as to who Stipe...
There was a time when all Junior dos Santos wanted was a chance to get a rematch against either Fabricio Werdum or Alistair Overeem. But, his requests for those do-overs were shut down by the hard-hitting Heavyweight contenders, according...Show More Summary
Got milk? Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight contender Ben Rothwell knows the clock is ticking on his combat sports career, which is why the 35-year-old bruiser is in a big hurry to avenge a few key losses from face-punching...Show More Summary
After picking up his ninth straight victory by knocking out Andrei Arlovski in the very first round at UFC on FOX 23 in Denver, Colorado (see it), Francis Ngannou was quick to call out Junior dos Santos, as well as Alistair Overeem. But,...Show More Summary
DENVER – After knocking out former UFC heavyweight champ Andrei Arlovski, Francis Ngannou listed Alistair Overeem and ex-champ Junior Dos Santos as two fighters he’d like to face next. Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
The Los Angeles Times’ mixed-martial arts ranking for January, as put together by Todd Martin. Heavyweight 1. Stipe Miocic 2. Fabricio Werdum 3. Cain Velasquez 4. Alistair Overeem 5. Junior Dos Santos 6. Ben Rothwell 7. Vitaly Minakov 8. Josh Barnett 9. Derrick Lewis 10. Andrei Arlovski The biggest...
2016 wasn’t exactly a good year for the Ronda Rousey-Travis Browne household, as the power couple went a combined 0-3 inside the Octagon, with Travis Browne losing back-to back fights against Cain Velasquez and Fabricio Werdum and Ronda...Show More Summary
Former Ultimate fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez recently underwent surgery to correct lingering back issues for the second time this year, and is now back at home resting. MMA Fighting’s Ariel Helwani has the word from Cain’s head trainer Javier Mendez: "He had successful surgery on Wednesday. Show More Summary
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight contender Ben Rothwell has failed to bite his tongue during his current injury layoff. The hulking giant pointed a finger at Cain Velasquez for not wanting to fight at UFC 206 and is now...Show More Summary
It’s taken some hits, but the UFC 207: Nunes vs. Rousey fight card is still stacked. Cain Velasquez was pulled from UFC 207: Nunes vs. Rousey due to the Nevada Athletic Commission determining he is unfit to fight with a back injury.Show More Summary