In his first blog of the week, Dana White doubles down and takes us behind the scenes at both UFC 169 and UFC 170, where
UFC president Dana White says that Georges St-Pierre will be back, and that the former welterweight champion has never said he's retiring.
Check out UFC president Dana White's UFC 171: Hendricks vs. Lawler pre-fight media scrum from Thursday's Media Day festivities at the American Airlines Center in
UFC president Dana White will meet with undefeated women's bantamweight and former multiple time boxing world champion Holly Holm this weekend.
UFC president Dana White wouldn't go so far as to say it's fun for Georges St-Pierre to currently be out of the picture, but admitted
Dana White's UFC 171: Hendricks vs. Lawler pre-fight media scrum, live from Dallas. Streams live on MMAWeekly.com at 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT.
UFC president Dana White didn't have much time, but he held court briefly following the UFC Fight Night 37 post-fight press conference in London to
UFC lightweight Nate Diaz on Wednesday inexplicably asked for his release from the promotion.
While there has been a lot of dust kicked up about UFC uniforms for fighters, UFC president Dana White says that, as of right now,
Dana White addresses the potential of Nick Diaz returning to the UFC and isn't very optimistic about the subject.
Watch this video where UFC President Dana White discusses Anderson Silva's future with the organization, and says the fighter's doctor is optimistic about a return
Dana White said that he's open to the idea of Ronda Rousey vs. Cris Cyborg in the UFC, but has a couple stipulations before the
UFC president Dana White doesn't hold it against Gilbert Melendez for going to Bellator to field an offer and find out his worth, but says
After a little pushing and shoving at the UFC 170 pre-fight press conference, UFC president Dana White delved into what he believes set Daniel Cormier
Leading up to Saturday's UFC 170: Rousey vs. McMann, UFC president Dana White is back with the latest edition of his video blog. This one
During a media luncheon in Las Vegas on Thursday, UFC president Dana White stated that women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is the biggest star in
Contract negotiations between the UFC and No. 2 ranked lightweight Gilbert Melendez have come to a halt and the organization's president feels that Melendez should
UFC president Dana White on Wednesday refuted some of the comments about Georges St-Pierre made by boxing coach Freddie Roach earlier in the day, but
The potential match-up between current UFC featherweight champion José Aldo and lightweight champ Anthony Pettis won't happen at any weight other than 155 pounds, UFC
There was a lot of fallout from UFC 169 on Saturday night in New Jersey, and UFC president Dana White, true to form, didn't shy
UFC president Dana White ended the rumors of Brock Lesnar returning to MMA during the UFC 169 post-fight press conference on Saturday saying Lesner is
UFC president Dana White says heavyweights Frank Mir and Alistair Overeem need to perform at UFC 169 on Saturday or they could potentially be cut
While some might call him delusional for the proclamations he's made in the past, Dana White has rarely, if ever, backed off a stance. This
UFC president Dana White discusses UFC 169, TUF: Brazil 3, Julianna Pena's knee injury, Michael Bisping's eye, Fabricio Werdum vs. Roy Nelson, TRT, and much
The severe injury that forced Julianna Peña out of UFC 171 includes several tears that will keep her out of action for an extensive period
UFC president Dana White is optomistic that former champion Anderson Silva will return from a devastating broken leg he suffered at UFC 168, and that
UFC president Dana White was a guest on The Arsenio Hall Show on Monday night. And as often the case on such shows, the topic
UFC president Dana White, in his first UFC 169 video blog, goes behind the scenes at UFC 168: Weidman vs. Silva II. Dana's blogs always
UFC president Dana White says the Ultimate Fighting Championship plans to return to Abu Dhabi for the first time since 2010 later this year.
How would world champion boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. do in the UFC? Just ask UFC president Dana White, "He'd get murdered."