A little older and a little wiser, Chidi Njokuani heads into Friday's RFA 7 showdown with Jeremy Kimball confident he'll continue his winning streak.
Vinnie Lopez easily could have called it a career after losing his first three pro bouts, but he flipped the switch and now rides a
Mike "Biggie" Rhodes gladly accepted an open slot opposite RFA 7 hometown favorite Brandon Thatch, but he doesn't intend to let the hometown judges haven
Tyson Nam has been making waves in the MMA world recently, and believes that his conditioning finally catching up to his skills has a lot
Joseph Henle heads into BAMMA USA Badbeat 8 ready to impress, but says, "until I have a UFC championship around my waist, there’s always room
Knowing that if he wants to make it to the next level, Steve Magdelano knows that he needs to do more than win at BAMMA
In the span of just over a year, Terrion Ware has impressed enough in his young career to warrant an opportunity to headline a sizable
Kris Kohl, drummer for the metal band Adema, says he still plans to continue his professional MMA career with the band on the eve of
Identical twin Minnesota bantamweights Marvin and Melvin Blumer are fighting their way up the ranks, side by side.
Just a couple months shy of his 40th birthday, Legacy FC lightweight champion Jorge “Macaco” Patino shows no signs of slowing down.
Legacy FC women’s 135-pound prospect Lauren Taylor knows that the fight game is a work in progress, and that’s fine with her, as her work
Getting his career on track, Dave Courchaine is already two victories into 2013 with plans for four or five more before the year is up.
CFA promoter Jorge De La Noval stands behind his fighter, Fallon Fox, who has come under scrutiny since it came to light that she is
Entering his third year in Bellator, Brett “Fudoshin” Cooper sought only one thing, to win this season’s 185-pound tournament and go on to fight for
Mike Richman's quest to become Bellator champ before 2013 is over continues Thursday night at Bellator 92.
Former WEC champ Doug Marshall's plans for his Bellator run are simple, "I'm going to get that money and then get that belt."
Revelina Berto's secret weapon heading into Saturday's CFA 145-pound women's tournament isn't such a secret. She's got a fighting family.
After a year and a half out of competition, former Marine Kelsey De Santis is back and ready to take the CFA 145-pound women's tournament
King of the Cage middleweight champ Sean Strickland has dominated the opposition through 11 professional bouts, but he's still working on a solid foundation for
Peggy "Daywalker" Morgan relishes her underdog status heading into Saturday's CFA 145-pound women's tournament.
For the second anniversary of the Florida-based Championship Fighting Alliance, promoter Jorge De La Noval decided to do something different.
Bantamweight prospect Patrick "Juggernaut" Ybarra entered his recent Legacy FC fight a nervous wreck, but now he's riding the wave of attention for his stunning
New UFC women's bantamweight contender Cat Zingano is hesitant to look beyond her upcoming fight with Miesha Tate, but she wants Ronda Rousey's belt.
"I would love to go in and get a good victory and show the world what I can do," said Jimmy Fowler as he prepared
Trevor Prangley heads into Friday night's King of the Cage fully believing that he's ready to make this his last year of active MMA competition.
Suzie Montero enters her fight with Pearl Gonzalez at XFC 22 ready to put all the hard work and effort she's put into herself and
2012 was a learning year for welterweight prospect Ricky “Sniper” Rainey, and he intends to take the lessons he learned into Friday night's XFC 22
King Mo Lawal has plans to fight at least five times in 2013, but knows that's only possible if he takes care of business against
Initially frustrated at the delay in his Bellator featherweight tourney final fight with Shahbulat Shamhalaev, Rad Martinez now calls it a blessing in disguise as
Scott “Hot Sauce” Holtzman is a classic example of a fighter that was virtually unknown to start a year, only to become one of his