Even at 37 years of age, Hitomi Akano believes there could be another run at gold in her future, and it starts with Alexis Davis
Alexis Davis realizes that here next Invicta charge, Hitomi Akano, is no easy task, but if she's successful, Davis believes she's still in the Strikeforce
Liz Carmouche is under contract with both Invicta and Strikeforce. As such, she's working towards an eventual Invicta championship, but wouldn't mind a shot at
Knowing that the clock is winding down, Mike "Joker" Guymon is out of retirement, running away from Father Time and chasing a UFC return.
Ready to put an end to his trilogy with Marious Zaromskis, Waachiim Spiritwolf is pouring a little more gas on the dynamite that is there
Paul Daley is trying hard not to look past Rudy Bears at Bellator 72, but he can't help but plan for a knockout debut.
Bryan Baker is fighting for much bigger goals than just a tournament championship at Bellator 72 on Friday night.
Travis Wiuff isn't in Bellator to "shake hands" or "kiss babies." He's objective is clear. He wants to be the light heavyweight champion.
This past Friday’s Legacy FC 12 was not without its share of controversy. MMWeekly.com spoke with Legacy FC president Mick Maynard to explain how things
Heading off to work with BJ Penn, Pat Healy believes that his win over Mizuto Hirota proves he's ready for and has earned a Strikeforce
With a quick win at Strikeforce: Rockhold vs. Kennedy, Jason High believes he should now be on the welterweight title shot short list.
Controversy just seems to follow Jay Hieron wherever he goes, but he's not one to back down.
Sally Krumdiack slipped up at Invicta FC 1. She'll try to vindicate herself at CageSport 20 on Saturday night, hoping to earn a return berth
Having fought in the UFC before, John Gunderson surely wants to get back there, but he's not waiting around for an invitation. He's fighting his
Content, for now, to headline at regional promotions like Saturday night's CageSport XX, Sterling Ford not rushing into the brighter lights of the world stage.
Learning from past mistakes, David Castillo is rocketing towards a regional championship and looking to break into the big leagues.
Having toppled UFC veteran John Salter at XFC 18, Reggie Pena is ready to move on to whoever XFC has planned for him next.
After her recent victory for XFC, Heather "Hurricane" Clark won't stop until she's "become the best female fighter in the world."
With a record that now stands at 11-1, rising featherweight prospect Chirs Gruetzemacher will just keep winning until he can't be denied.
Sam Stout knows that an impressive win over Spencer Fisher at UFC on FX 4 on Friday night could springboard him towards the top of
Following his latest win at ShoFIGHT, Kendall Grove is heading to Big Bear to help his former coach, Tito Ortiz, train for his upcoming fight,
After starting off his career with 11victories in 11 fights over a two-year span, the last seven months have been the lowest point for Derek
As John Gunderson's career winds down, he knows a victory over Karo Parisyan at ShoFIGHT on Saturday could help him get a last run in
Ultimate Fighter season 9 alum Cameron Dollar believes his recent drop to 145 and victory over Tyler Toner is propelling him to the big leagues.
Heading into last year, Lyle “Fancy Pants” Beerbohm was making a name for himself in the Strikeforce lightweight division, but now, he's targeting the UFC.
With back-to-back knockout victories in his two most recent fights, Chris “Hammer” Holland is looking to do the same to Phil Baroni at Ring of
Justin Gaethje is anxious to take the next step in his dream of reaching the UFC. That next step is a battle for a Ring
UFC veteran Trevor Prangley has bounced back from one of the low points of his career to win back-to-back bouts, his eyes gazing brightly on
Tyler Toner is ready to throw down with fellow UFC veteran Cameron Dollar in a five-round title fight at Ring of Fire on Saturday, with
“I feel I’m one of the best 155-pounders in the division and this fight coming up I’m going to showcase it.” James Terry believes he'll