A pivotal lightweight bout between Khabib Nurmagomedov and Pat Healy has been added to the UFC 165: Jones vs. Gustafsson fight card slated for Sept.
The UFC is taking its heaviest hitters on tour for a global press junket dubbed the UFC World Tour 2013.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has been sidelined ever since his UFC 159 victory over Chael Sonnen. He returned to training on Tuesday.
Alexander Gustafsson sees his UFC 165 opponent, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, as the biggest test of his career.
UFC 165: Jones vs. Gustafsson takes takes places Sept. 21 at the Air Canada Center in Toronto and is headlined by a light heavyweight title
Watch Tuesday's UFC 165 public press conference featuring UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, light heavyweight top contender Alexander Gustafsson and UFC Director of Canadian
The Ultimate Fighting Championship announced on Saturday that it will close out 2013 with four major Pay-Per-View events featuring eight of the sport’s biggest stars.
The UFC interim bantamweight title bout between titleholder Renan Barao and challenger Eddie Wineland has been added to the UFC 165 fight card set for
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones returns to the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Saturday, Sept. 21 to defend his title against Swedish
UFC 165 fight card rumors and start times for Sept. 21, 2013, in Toronto.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones is on the mend after suffering a dislocated toe at UFC 159, but his next bout is set
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and rising contender Alexander Gustafsson have heated things up recently, taking their war of words to Twitter.
Currently recovering from a severely dislocated toe, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones could be out six weeks... or six months.
With knee surgery behind him, Gegard Mousasi is eager to explore a bold new frontier, taking aim at the quickest route to UFC gold... whether
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones’ broken toe isn’t broken after all.
Everybody wants to fight Alexander Gustafsson... or so it seems. The latest to call out the lanky Swede is UFC No. 1 light heavyweight contender
Despite all the recent talk about superfights, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has his sights set on Alexander Gustafsson.
The Swedish Mixed Martial Arts Federation on Friday explained its process and reasoning in disallowing Alexander Gustafsson's participation at UFC on Fuel TV 9 in
Fight ready and cut healing, UFC light heavyweight contender Alexander Gustafsson hopes to be back in action as soon as possible.
"There's no doubt about it, the commission here did a horrible job with this fight," said UFC president Dana White during the UFC on Fuel
After an injury replacement on Tuesday afternoon, UFC on Fuel TV 9 light heavyweights Gegard Mousasi and Ilir Latifi outline the risks and rewards of
UFC on Fuel TV 9 headliner Gegard Mousasi may not be the most outspoken fighter around, but what he lacks in the gift for gab,
Alexander Gustafsson on Tuesday was officially forced out of his UFC on Fuel TV 9 main event fight with Gegard Mousasi. Here's the cut that
Wanderlei Silva took many of us – media, fans, and fighters alike – for an April Fools' Day ride on Monday. Late in the day
UFC on Fuel TV 9 has undergone drastic changes over the past several days with main event Gegard Mousasi now fighting a training partner of
It is official. Alexander Gustafsson is out of the UFC on Fuel TV 9 main event against Gegard Mousasi.
Wanderlei Silva, despite his own statements to the contrary, is not fighting Gegard Mousasi after all. Silva on Tuesday admitted it was a hoax.
Wanderlei Silva on Monday told MMAWeekly.com that he is going to fight Gegard Mousasi on Saturday, replacing Alexander Gustafsson in the UFC on Fuel TV
UFC president Dana White is holding the door open for the possibility of Alexander Gustafsson fighting on Saturday, despite reports of him suffering a severe
A cut over Alexander Gustafsson's eye would reportedly take weeks to heal, leaving the Swedish MMA Federation president to say he is all but assured