Putting a little twist on things, The Ultimate Fighter 21 pits American Top Team vs. Blackzilians for a $500,000 prize.
Melvin Guillard unleashes about his former training partner and upcoming UFC Fight Night 37 opponent Michael Johnson.
Lightweight free-agent Eddie Alvarez prepares to go to trial in his legal dispute with Bellator MMA and says there will be no settlement.
UFC lightweight Melvin Guillard spoke with MMAWeekly content partner Knockout Radio about his departure from the Blackzilians, the situation with Team Jackson’s, and his future
Sometimes a change of scenery and tactics is necessary for a fighter to get the jumpstart that his career needs. Such was the case for
Teammates and fellow Blackzilians discuss what sets Vitor Belfort apart from UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and what Jones should fear most when the
Rashad Evans talks about his own personal Jerry Maguire, and the man who helped found and build the Blackzilian camp.
Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva, believing he is on a collision course with Alistair Overeem, explains why he left the Blackzilians and headed back to American Top
ASM's Glenn Robinson shoots down the rumors surrounding how he lured Alistair Overeem to the Blackzilians to train alongside Rashad Evans.
Jake Shields puts to bed the rumors that he's leaving Team Cesar Gracie and makes it clear that always has been, and always will be
Alistair Overeem has found his new team and management that will lead him into his next fight...a showdown with Junior dos Santos with the UFC
Jorge Santiago opens up about what went wrong during his two fights in the UFC, and how he's turned a corner as he heads into
Blackzilian team member Tyrone Spong returns to kickboxing this weekend as he faces former Strikeforce middleweight Melvin Manhoef.
Melvin Guillard has moved on from his time training under coach Greg Jackson and has relocated to Florida to work full time with the Blackzilian
Melvin Guillard talks about what he finds by training with the "Blackzilian" crew in Florida.
Anthony Johnson reveals the reasons why he took a fight with Vitor Belfort at middleweight, and if his future lies at 170 pounds or 185
Five years ago after training with Floyd Mayweather Sr., Tyron Spong was offered a move into pro boxing, but turned it down. Now with MMA