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
The Nightmare has returned to his roots. Former "Ultimate Fighter" winner Diego Sanchez has returned to Team Greg Jackson as a member of the
Diego Sanchez moving back to welterweight baffled many, and the return to 170 pounds definitely didn't treat the former "Ultimate Fighter" winner any better than
Diego Sanchez says he's feeling no pressure making the move from lightweight back up to welterweight to fight John Hathaway at UFC 114...
Diego Sanchez's return to 170 pounds is official as the former "Ultimate Fighter" winner is set to return at UFC 114 on May 29...
"Ultimate Fighter" season 1 winner Diego Sanchez may make the move back to 170 pounds for his next fight...
Diego Sanchez's dream is finally realized when he faces lightweight champion B.J. Penn Saturday night at UFC 107 in Memphis, Tenn. ...
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UFC lightweight champion B.J. Penn will face Diego Sanchez as part of UFC 107 scheduled for Dec. 12...
Diego Sanchez used some fancy MMA math to lay out his claim to being the number one lightweight contender in the UFC, but he's ready
Although he insists that he's not overlooking his opponent, Diego Sanchez says Clay Guida is just another step towards the UFC lightweight championship...
Diego Sanchez and Clay Guida have reportedly agreed to headline The Ultimate Fighter season nine finale on June 20 in Las Vegas...
There has been a tremendous amount of hype around the move to 155 pounds by Diego Sanchez, and while he is ready to conquer the
Diego Sanchez dropping to 155 pounds made other fighters take notice, but he says that although he's gunning for the title, his layover isn't permanent...
UFC president Dana White, at the UFC 92 post-fight press conference on Saturday night, confirmed a previously rumored lightweight bout between Joe "Daddy" Stevenson and
The Ultimate Fighter season 1 winner, Diego Sanchez, is healthy again and looking for a fight. The question now is, which weight class will the
Diego Sanchez has been forced out of his upcoming UFC 90 bout against Thiago Alves due to an undisclosed injury. The most likely replacement
Top welterweights, Thiago "Pitbull" Alves and Diego "Nightmare" Sanchez are set to do battle on Oct. 19 at UFC 89 in England...
Diego Sanchez defeated Luigi Fioravanti at the Ultimate Fighter 7 Live Finale and has reeled off back-to-back victories. "The Nightmare" appears refocused and is
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