Diego Sanchez is still recovering from shoulder surgery, but a new vegetarian diet has opened his eyes and when he gets back in the Octagon
Diego Sanchez is a man stuck between two weight classes and he's trying to decide where his home truly lies.
Diego Sanchez overcame a severe ankle sprain just three weeks prior to UFC on Fuel TV 1, but says there was no way he was
Diego Sanchez might have changed his nickname from "Nightmare" to "Dream," but the UFC welterweight hasn't changed his tone about a former foe.
UFC on Fuel TV 1: Diaz vs. Ellenberger play-by-play for Diego Sanchez vs. Jake Ellenberger on Wednesday, Feb. 15, in Omaha, Nebraska.
As the UFC steps up the amount of its programming on the Fox family of networks, its former partners at Spike TV are continuing to
MMAWeekly Radio Weekend Edition returns for a huge show with UFC on Fox headliner Rashad Evans, Diego Sanchez and a new segment called 'Ask Ronda
Former 'Ultimate Fighter' 1 winner Diego Sanchez is on the mend and shooting for a return to the Octagon in early 2012.
Diego Sanchez has done a lot in the UFC, but there's one thing that's missing on his résumé. Being a coach on TUF is
Diego Sanchez comments for the first time since the news broke on Monday that a broken hand would force him out of his UFC 135
It didn't take UFC matchmaker Joe Silva long to find a replacement to fight Matt Hughes at UFC 135.
With UFC 135 just a couple of weeks away, the co-main event has taken a hit as Diego Sanchez has been forced off the card
TUF season 1 winner and UFC welterweight Diego Sanchez recently opened up on some intimate details of his life, including drug and alcohol usage, and
MMAWeekly Radio Weekend Edition goes in depth with UFC 135 fighter Diego Sanchez as well as talking UFC 134 in Rio and a special segment
The Ultimate Fighting Championship hasn’t promoted a pay-per-view event in Denver since “Ultimate Ultimate” in 1995. That will change with the first Zuffa-owned UFC pay-per-view
Diego Sanchez has confirmed his appearance on the upcoming UFC 135 card set for Denver, Colo on Sept 24 where he will face UFC legend
Diego Sanchez will face a UFC Hall of Famer this fall as he has been scheduled to meet former UFC welterweight champion Matt Hughes.
Diego Sanchez will return to his roots during the UFC 129 weekend and compete in a 4-man grappling tournament.
UFC welterweight Carlos Condit weighs in on the teammate vs. teammate debate, saying he would fight Diego Sanchez, but only if it was under optimal
Diego Sanchez was bruised and bloodied in a close fight with Martin Kampmann, but he ended up pulling out the unanimous decision win at UFC
Diego Sanchez had to literally fall to the deepest depths of his career to pick himself up, brush himself off, and go back to the
UFC On Versus 3 live play-by-play of Diego Sanchez vs. Martin Kampmann on Thursday, March 3, at KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Kentucky.
Diego Sanchez is the "Nightmare" no more, and he will also no longer make the cut to lightweight and says 170lbs is his future with
The Ultimate Fighting Championship on Thursday made its Bluegrass State debut official. The promotion will head to the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Ky., on
Trainer Greg Jackson said Diego Sanchez would take at least one more fight at welterweight, and that appears to be the case as the winner
Diego Sanchez went back to his roots by returning to train with Greg Jackson and his team in New Mexico, and it looks like the
College funds, mortgages, new cars... uh, no! That is not how Diego "Nightmare" Sanchez spends his UFC 121 Fight of the Night bonus.
Diego Sanchez credits his renewed energy in the Octagon to going back to his roots in New Mexico and training with the Greg Jackson camp.
Diego Sanchez delivered a message Saturday night at UFC 121 in Anaheim... "I'm back!"
Diego Sanchez talks about his UFC 121 bout against Paulo Thiago, plans on shifting weight classes again, and how he believes that wrestling is what