As One FC has continued their expansion in Asia, they have signed two major mainstays of the Japanese fight scene with both expected to debut
Bellator's Season 6 has suffered a rough roller coaster ride on MTV2, with Friday's Bellator 66 dipping down towards the season low.
Check out a highlight recap of Friday night's Bellator 66: Alvarez vs. Aoki from Cleveland, Ohio.
The rematch more than three years in the making finally culminated as former Bellator lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez and current Dream lightweight champion Shinya Aoki
Bellator is no longer trying to put together a rematch between its former lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez and Dream lightweight champion Shinya Aoki. It’s now
Eddie Alvarez sees his upcoming rematch with Shinya Aoki as an opportunity to prove that he still belongs among the lightweight elite.
Despite a dominant performance, Shinya Aoki didn't finish Satoru Kitaoka at Dream's New Year's Eve show, so he's not completely satisfied, but he's already plotting
With a show clocking more than 9 hours, Dream closed out 2011 with Fedor Emelianenko capping the night off by demolishing Satoshi Ishii, while Shiny
Shinya Aoki wasn't excited to hear Satoru Kitaoka's name as his opponent for New Year's Eve in Dream, but it's just business and he'll go
Dream New Year's Eve 2011 fight card rumors for December 31, 2011, at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.
Dream lightweight champion Shinya Aoki has agreed to put his title on the line against former Sengoku champ Satoru Kitaoka on New Year's Eve.
If Eddie Alvarez can get past Mike Chandler, he might get the chance to avenge his last loss against Shinya Aoki as soon as February.
HDNet's Michael Schiavello takes a look at the state of the Japanese fight promotion Dream, and says that the annual New Year's Eve extravaganza, Dynamite,
Shinya Aoki talks exclusively with MMAWeekly.com about his next fight, his rematch with Eddie Alvarez and why he's not fighting in the UFC right now.
Shinya Aoki made quick work of former WEC champion Rob McCullough while the Dream Bantamweight Grand Prix kicked off in Japan.
The fight card for Dream 17, which features the opening round of Dream’s World Bantamweight Grand Prix, is quickly taking shape.
Dream has added two new fights to the upcoming Dream 17 card in September including lightweight champion Shinya Aoki taking on former WEC champion 'Razor'
Masakazu Imanari and Hideo Tokoro fought through two fights apiece to make it to Dream's Japan Bantamweight Grand Prix final on July 16, and Shinya
In the past few weeks Shinya Aoki has had possibly the most opponent changes in fight history. And now it's happened again.
Less than two days after Dream announced that former UFC and MFC fighter Antonio McKee had signed on to face Aoki in Japan, he's out.
Dream "Fight for Japan," featuring the Japan Bantamweight Grand Prix, rumored fight card for May 29, 2011, in Saitama, Japan.
Despite reports stating that Shinya Aoki vs. Jamie Varner is a done deal for Dream's May 29 event in Japan, the fight is anything but
A proposed fight between Shinya Aoki and Willamy Freire appears to be off for Dream’s “Fight for Japan” event on May 29. The Dream lightweight
Shinya Aoki has his opponent for the upcoming Dream 17 show in Japan as he will face former UFC lightweight Willamy "Chiquerim" Freire on the
Nick Diaz topped the payouts for the Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Daley fighter salaries, but he was just one of three fighters that made $150,000 or
Shinya Aoki, clearly emotional after his victory over Lyle Beerbohm on Saturday night, smiled and joked with reporters as he fielded questions at the post-fight
Dream lightweight champion Shinya Aoki finally got his first win on American soil at Saturday night's Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Daley event in San Diego. It
Shinya Aoki is largely considered one of the top lightweight fighters in the world, but he has yet to conquer America. He'll try to take
Strikeforce held their weigh-ins for Diaz vs. Daley on Friday in San Diego, the first major Showtime event held under the new Zuffa ownership.