Cain Velasquez remains one of the very best heavyweights in mixed martial arts (MMA) today. The former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) titleholder has lost to just Fabricio Werdum since 2011 and has seemingly healed all of his ailing injuries. Show More Summary
Photo by Jason da Silva-USA TODAY Sports For all their skill and dominance, fighters like Cain Velasquez, Chris Weidman and Dominick Cruz often find themselves on the receiving end of some fairly venomous fan criticism. The reason for...Show More Summary
Cain Velasquez will likely get his rematch with fellow ex-UFC heavyweight champion Fabricio Werdum in December.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
Noting business, just personal. Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez was paying close attention to the UFC 203 pay-per-view (PPV) event (results), which took place last weekend in Cleveland, Ohio. Show More Summary
Stipe Miocic ’s challenge Saturday night involved multiple layers. Break out of the shadows of CM Punk’s highly publicized debut. Rise above the madness of the near-brawl following the Fabricio Werdum-Travis Browne fight. Defeat one of the most decorated heavyweights in combat sports history. Show More Summary
You can take all those "sea-level Cain Velasquez" jokes and shove them in a sack. That seems to be what Velasquez wants to have happen, at least if some of his recent comments and a few glugs of humorous speculation are any indication. Speaking...Show More Summary
Cain Velasquez stormed his way back into the win column in impressive fashion at UFC 200 this past summer, taking out Travis Browne in the very first round via strikes (see it again here). The win was Velasquez’s first since coughing...Show More Summary
The Times’ MMA rankings for August: Heavyweight 1. Stipe Miocic 2. Alistair Overeem 3. Fabricio Werdum 4. Cain Velasquez 5. Junior Dos Santos 6. Ben Rothwell 7. Andrei Arlovski 8. Vitaly Minakov 9. Travis Browne 10. Derrick Lewis Stipe Miocic will defend the UFC heavyweight title against Alistair...
Former UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez and the unbeaten Alexa Grasso spearhead a contingent that is long on talent but short on depth.
Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC Yair Rodriguez is exactly what the UFC wants: a star to get them into Mexico. We all remember how hard they pushed Cain Velasquez as the first Mexican heavyweight champion. Velasquez had a whole card booked around him in Mexico City at UFC 180, before he pulled out injured. Show More Summary
The Times’ MMA rankings for July: Heavyweight 1. Stipe Miocic 2. Alistair Overeem 3. Fabricio Werdum 4. Cain Velasquez 5. Junior Dos Santos 6. Ben Rothwell 7. Andrei Arlovski 8. Vitaly Minakov 9. Travis Browne 10. Derrick Lewis Brock Lesnar made his triumphant return to MMA, beating Mark Hunt via...
Nothing beats seeing Jean-Claude Van Damme head kick countless bad guys on the big screen. Well, that was until JCVD teamed up with current and former mixed martial arts (MMA) standouts to film his new movie, "Kickboxer: Vengeance," which is set to release on Aug. Show More Summary
Lots happened at UFC 200: A title changed hands and an interim one was minted, a pro wrestler smashed a kickboxing world champion in a wonderful PRIDE-like piece of matchmaking, the best fighter of all-time made more fans in a loss than...Show More Summary
Cain Velasquez returned to the win column in a big way last night (Sat., July 9, 2016) in Las Vegas, Nevada, taking out Travis Browne via technical knockout at the milestone UFC 200 pay-per-view (PPV) event. See full highlights here. Now,...Show More Summary
LAS VEGAS – Maybe Cain Velasquez finally has this training-camp injury thing figured out.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos
Last night (Sat., July 9, 2016), Cain Velasquez and Travis Browne went to war at UFC 200 inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. In a dominating performance, Browne knocked his opponent out. Find out how below! Ultimate FightingShow More Summary
LAS VEGAS – Amanda Nunes, Cain Velasquez, Joe Lauzon and Gegard Mousasi each earned $50,000 bonuses for their performances at Saturday’s UFC 200 event.Filed under: News, UFC
UFC 200 finally unfolded last night (Sat., July 9, 2016) live on pay-per-view (PPV) from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the first Heavyweight clash of UFC 200, former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) champion Cain Velasquez absolutely battered towering striker Travis Browne. Show More Summary
Cain Velasquez wanted to come back strong after losing the heavyweight championship in his most recent fight. He did just that, dominating Travis Browne for a first-round TKO.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos
Don't be alarmed, he always looks that way. Nearly five years after retiring from mixed martial arts (MMA), which came on the heels of consecutive knockout losses to Cain Velasquez and Alistair Overeem, former Ultimate Fighting Championship...Show More Summary