UFC standouts Frankie Edgar and Marlon Moraes achieved a high point in their martial-arts careers this week.Filed under: Blue Corner, News, UFC
Being the underdog is the story of Frankie Edgar’s career, but can he prove people wrong vs UFC champ Max Holloway?Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
Instead of a Conor McGregor return on the UFC 222 main event March 3 in Las Vegas, Max Holloway will defend his featherweight belt in the spot against former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar. Hawaii’s Holloway (19-3) will seek his 13th consecutive victory after twice defeating former long-reigning...
Undisputed featherweight champion Holloway will look to continue his impressive run
Max Holloway’s UFC featherweight title reign will continue on against the man it was originally supposed to start against.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
Frankie Edgar did not hold back when he faced Yair Rodriguez, as he thrashed the prospect for two rounds at UFC 211 on May 13 in Dallas.
UFC President Dana White is very high on Brian Ortega’s potential after UFC Fight Night 123 – just not high enough to give him a title shot.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC, Videos
Frankie Edgar hopes to reschedule his UFC featherweight championship fight with Max Holloway in the first quarter of next year.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC, Videos
After a few years of turmoil in the division, an untimely injury, and Father Time creeping up on him, where does Frankie Edgar fit among UFC featherweights?Filed under: News, UFC
Dana White liked Jose Aldo’s eagerness to jump into a rematch with Max Holloway, but he questions Frankie Edgar’s injury that led to it.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC, Videos
UFC star Frankie Edgar says he's still bummed out after breaking a bone in his face... but not 'cause it actually hurt or anything. Frankie was lined up to fight featherweight champ Max Holloway at UFC 218 next weekend, but had to pull out a…
Jose Aldo has been granted another chance to regain the UFC featherweight belt. The UFC announced Saturday night that Aldo (26-3), a former long-reigning champion from Brazil, will replace injured challenger Frankie Edgar and meet Hawaii’s Max Holloway (18-3) in the UFC 218 main event in Detroit...
Jose Aldo will get an opportunity to regain the undisputed UFC featherweight championship from Max Holloway in the new UFC 218 main event.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
The Brazilian legend will get another shot for the belt after an injury forced out the challenger
Former UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar has suffered an injury and will not be able to compete against Max Holloway at UFC 218.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
Check out the official poster for UFC 218, which got a mixed review from headliner Frankie Edgar.Filed under: Blue Corner, Featured Videos, News, UFC
Holloway's first title defense will go down in Detroit in December
Hawaii meets New Jersey in Detroit.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
Still going strong well into his 30s, Frankie Edgar has a well-established reputation as one of MMA’s most durable and consistent competitors. The man they call “The Answer” will celebrate his 36th birthday on Oct. 16.
After dealing with a tough loss to former lightweight champion Frankie Edgar, Yair Rodriguez is making some big changes in his training and life.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos