It's fair to say Chael Sonnen is pulling out all the stops for his UFC on Fox 2 fight against Mark Munoz, even welcoming a
UFC president Dana White joined Fox Sports Live on Wednesday night for a pseudo-State of the UFC address.
MMAWeekly Radio on Wednesday presents a special 30-minute interview with UFC on Fox 2 fighter Chael Sonnen.
Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker and Tachi Palace Fights champion Georgi Karakhanyan join MMAWeekly Radio on Thursday, as well as the Sixth Round talking CM Punk,
Is Chael Sonnen appealing the loss to Anderson Silva? Is he retiring from MMA? Is he going to WWE? Sonnen answered those questions and more
Taishin Kohiruimaki prevailed in three bouts in one night to win the K-1 World Max Japan Tournament at the Yoyogi Olympic Stadium in central Tokyo...
Remy Bonjasky won the main event of Sunday's K-1 Asia Grand Prix, the promotion's first time in Taipei...
Semmy Schilt defended his K-1 championship, while Brazilian Ewerton Teixeira won the K-1 Japan Grand Prix 2008 on Sunday in Japan ...
Twenty-five year-old kickboxer Yasuhiro Kido rose from relative unknown to Japan Champion tonight at the K-1 World Max '08 Japan.
Doug Viney, a fighter from New Zealand who was slated in the reserve bout, ended up winning the K-1 tournament in Las Vegas this weekend.
Semmy Schilt and Peter Aerts stood out before a huge crowd at the K-1 World Grand Prix '07 in Amsterdam.
Mighty Mo won the K-1 Grand Prix this past weekend before more than 7,000 fans in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Just weeks after his 24th birthday, Thai fighter Buakaw Por Pramuk dispatched three challengers -- and emerged unscathed himself -- en route to victory at
This Saturday K-1 comes to the Amsterdam Arena, where a sellout crowd of some 20,000 is expected to set a K-1 international attendance record.
Swiss karate stylist Bjorn Bregy scored three KO victories to win the Event Tournament, while American fighter Bob Sapp went AWOL from his Superfight with
To kick off the Year of the Dog, K-1 unleashed 14 World Max fighters in an event that included the Japan Max Tournament and a
LeBanner beats Big Daddy, Schilt Wins, Choi pulls off majority decision vs Sapp