Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone has strong words for Mac Danzig and Cole Miller, but hopes late replacement Vagner Rocha is willing to step up where past
The UFC matchmaking machine never slows down. On Tuesday, while also confirming the UFC on Versus 5 show in August, two new bouts were announced
Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone (17-3) is officially in the UFC. He’ll make his debut for the promotion this Saturday at UFC 126: Silva vs. Belfort in
Matt Wiman showed some impressive ground and pound, as he took it to Cole Miller for three rounds and nabbed the unanimous decision at UFC
Play-by-play coverage of Cole Miller vs. Matt Wiman at UFC Fight For The Troops 2 at Fort Hood military base in Texas.
Cole Miller is happy to accept a challenge from Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone if that's what the UFC wants, but he believes the former WEC lightweight
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Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone isn't complaining, he got the win over Chris Horodecki in his final fight for the WEC, but he's already looking forward to
Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone went into Thursday night's WEC 53 feeling some trepidation about his future with the UFC now that the WEC ceases to exist.
The Cowboy wanted to make sure he had a ride to the UFC, so Donald Cerrone submitted Chris Horodecki in the 2nd round of their
Former "Ultimate Fighter" season 8 winner Efrain Escudero has signed a multi-fight deal with Shine Fights to compete in their lightweight division.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship on Tuesday officially announced UFC 103 for Sept. 19 in Dallas. The event, which will take place at the American Airlines