Strikeforce has released the main card for the upcoming Fedor vs. Henderson card, which takes place in Chicago on July 30.
Gilbert Melendez, your next opponent appears to be ready...
All the talk surrounding K.J. Noons vs. Jorge Masvidal is about the title shot that may loom overhead for the winner, but Noons knows that
Gina Carano has been forced off the Strikeforce card on June 18 after she was unable to get medical clearance from her doctors.
Fedor Emelianenko and Dan Henderson are now signed and officially meeting on July 30 in Strikeforce, the only problem is no one is quite sure
Tyron Woodley certainly isn't quiet about wanting to fight Nick Diaz for the Strikeforce welterweight title, but he's still at least one or two fights
When talking about finding the next contender at lightweight for Gilbert Melendez, Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker mentions a few names, but the one that may
Make no mistake about it, there will be no love lost when Strikeforce welterweight women's champion Marloes Coenen finally meets Miesha Tate later this year.
Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker still stands by his commitment to continue to push women's MMA and even has to numbers to prove it's a success.
Paul Daley may not have defeated Nick Diaz and won the Strikeforce welterweight title, but he definitely won the respect of a lot of people
Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker says they are working hard to put together a super fight between Fedor Emelianenko and Dan Henderson, but the "devil's in
One of the most colorful and creative fighters in the sport, Jason "Mayhem" Miller has signed a new multi-fight deal with the UFC.
The upcoming Strikeforce show in July will have at least one title defense on the card as Ronald "Jacare" Souza will likely defend his middleweight
Top ranked lightweight Gilbert Melendez and Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker stop by MMAWeekly Radio for Tuesday night's edition of the big show.
Gilbert Melendez will not be facing a UFC fighter in his next title defense, but names like K.J. Noons, Jorge Masvidal and Justin Wilcox appear
Nick Diaz may be plotting his course for a professional boxing match later this year, but Strikeforce officials are also hoping to have him back
Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker calls the promotion "Strikeforce 3.0" now that Zuffa owns the company, and how he expects the show to go down on
Fedor Emelianenko is returning to a Strikeforce cage this summer. Retirement is nowhere in the immediate future.
Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker documents how the sale of Strikeforce happened to Zuffa, and the exit of one of their primary financial backers.
The news sprung to life on Saturday that Zuffa, LLC, the parent company of the UFC rocked the MMA world, once again, with its acquisition
On Monday, Zuffa, LLC announced the official purchase of Strikeforce, with continued promises that the organization will run as a separate entity for the time
In a move that will change the mixed martial arts industry forever, Zuffa, parent company of the UFC, has purchased Strikeforce.
The second half of Strikeforce's World Heavyweight Grand Prix is on the move to June 18 in Dallas, while Strikeforce champions Nick Diaz and Gilbert
Have MMA fans seen the last of Fedor Emelianenko? Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker and Fedor's manager, Vadim Finkelstein, don't believe he's done.
Gina Carano is coming back to Strikeforce to compete in their women's division after more than a year away from the sport.
It's no secret that Nick Diaz and Jason "Mayhem" Miller have a grudge with each other, and Strikeforce believes it's a fight that at some
The second set of quarterfinal bouts for Strikeforce's Heavyweight Grand Prix have been set for some time, now it appears we're nearing a date and
Strikeforce is currently in discussions to bring Tatsuya Kawajiri over from Japan to challenge lightweight champion Gilbert Melendez for the belt.
The last time MMA fans saw Gina Carano on their TV screens in a fight was in August 2009, and it's likely the next time
The upcoming Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix may end up being the promotion's biggest series of events to date. Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker says it's the