MMAWeekly Radio closes out the week with UFC 153 debate as well as guests like Dave Herman, Cristiano Marcello, and Lion Fight's Scott Kent.
The Minnesota Office of Combative Sports on Wednesday released the medical suspensions for UFC on FX 5: Browne vs. Bigfoot, which took place on Friday
The mind games continued during Episode 4 of "TUF: The Smashes." Read on for the full episode recap.
Following the retirements of both Brock Lesnar and Cole Konrad, what was once Team Death Clutch is no more.
Phil Davis faced some of the nastiest crowds ever in his college wrestling career, so fighting a Brazilian in Brazil will be nothing new to
MMAWeekly Radio returns for Tuesday's show with guests Phil Davis, Chris Camozzi and Joe Schilling as well as the best debate in all of MMA.
Middleweight kingpin Anderson Silva will take the risky move 20 pounds north once more to meet former Ultimate Fighter finalist Stephan Bonnar. Check out the
While the UFC on FX 5: Browne vs. Bigfoot TV ratings drew 1.1 million viewers and gave a much needed boost to The Ultimate Fighter,
He may have never thought he'd admit to it, but TUF 16 Team Carwin assistant coach Leister Bowling finally had to agree with something Roy
TUF 16 fighters Dom Waters and Mike Ricci join MMAWeekly.com each week to give their thoughts on the latest episode of the Ultimate Fighter.
Following an 18 fight pro career, Shane Roller announced his retirement on Monday and says that he never wanted to be just another mediocre fighter,
The recent UFC on Fuel TV 5 event in Nottingham, England, was the perfect debut for Renzo Gracie black belt Gunnar Nelson, but his success
Jeremy Stephens' long trip to Minnesota might finally be coming to an end, but not before a court hearing on Tuesday.
With no expectations and a career that didn't put championships as his ultimate measure of success, could a perfect storm be brewing for an epic
Travis Browne on Monday revealed that the left leg injury he suffered at UFC on FX 5 was a torn hamstring.
MMAWeekly Radio returns for a big show on Monday with UFC on FX 5 winner John Dodson, UFC 153's Jon Fitch and BAMMA fighter Steve
UFC Brazilian reporter Paula Sack interviews Anderson Silva, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, and Fabio Maldonado at the UFC 153 media day in Rio.
UFC on FX 5 didn't pull in huge TV ratings, but it was strong enough to give "The Ultimate Fighter" a nice boost.
Episode four of The Ultimate Fighter, which followed UFC on FX 5 on Friday night, piggybacked off the strength of the live event to its
UFC fighter Shane Roller on Monday announced his retirement from fighting following a loss to Jacob Volkmann at Friday night's UFC on FX 5.
There may still be a significant portion of the American viewing audience that doesn’t have immediate access to Fuel TV, but that hasn’t stopped the
UFC lightweight Jeremy Stephens was expected to compete last Friday at UFC on FX 5, but instead spent the day and night in jail.
In the last two years, Jon Fitch has had more surgeries than he's had fights and the financial burden of the time off caught up
Like watching Michael Jordan in his prime, there's something special about witnessing greatness and it happens one more time when Anderson Silva fights at UFC
Following an injury to Geronimo Dos Santos that forced him out of UFC 153, Brazilian Gabriel Gonzaga is not expected to fight at the upcoming
Heading into his UFC 153 light heavyweight main event showdown with Stephan Bonnar, Anderson Silva doesn't intend to let his goal of an undefeated career
Dana White reveals that he's never talked directly to Anderson Silva or Georges St-Pierre about a potential super fight, and there are a lot of
There are a lot of fights that could happen in the world of women's MMA, but none would be bigger than Strikeforce champion Ronda Rousey
UFC president Dana White on Friday night confirmed that John Dodson would get the first crack at UFC flyweight champion Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson.
While the world was watching for updates on Jeremy Stephens' arrest and possible release, his opponent could do nothing but stay ready in case their