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
Strikeforce is currently in discussion to take at least one leg of their upcoming Heavyweight Grand Prix to Japan later this year.
Paul Daley will face Yuya Shirai at the upcoming BAMMA show in England, but also risks his shot at the Strikeforce welterweight title if he
Strikeforce's roster of fighters might want to practice on their version of 'Script Ohio' because the organization's debut in the Buckeye state has finally been
Tune in to MMAWeekly Radio on Wednesday night starting at 9pm ET/6pm PT to hear Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker as well as MMA Inc's Mike
Former Pride champion Fedor Emelianenko says that the upcoming Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix is just as good if not better than the legendary tournament held
Tune into a stacked Thursday night show on MMAWeekly Radio starting at 9pm ET/6pm PT. Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker, Yves Edwards, Charlie Brenneman and Kyle
Strikeforce heavyweight champion Alistair Overeem will not only be a participant in the upcoming Strikeforce Grand Prix, but that will be his only commitment until
Alistair Overeem was a surprise announcement for Strikeforce's Heavyweight Grand Prix. The promotion's champion, he will put his belt on the line and it will
Strikeforce has taken a risk, adding Josh Barnett to its upcoming Heavyweight Grand Prix. But it is a calculated risk. CEO Scott Coker is confident
Josh Thomson discusses the short notice fight he has against Tatsuya Kawajiri in Dynamite!, the advantage many Japanese fighters have in these situations, and the
Josh Thomson is putting the final touches on his brief camp to prepare for a New Year's Even showdown against Tatsuya Kawajiri, but that wasn't
It appears Fedor Emelianenko and M-1 Global have come to an agreement to return to the Strikeforce cage, and the former top heavyweight is in
K.J. Noons heard his name pop out of Paul Daley's mouth non-stop for the last two weeks and now he's ready to respond, and blasts
The UFC opted not to do a show during the Arnold Sports Festival in Ohio this year, but it appears Strikeforce is ready to swoop
Dan Henderson wanted to send a message to everyone that thought he was done after his loss to Jake Shields in April. He answered
Dan Henderson doesn't want to over think his upcoming fight with Renato "Babalu" Sobral. Sure there's a title shot on the line, but none
Dan Henderson opens up about the struggles he had making weight for his fight against Jake Shields, and how a medication he was taking for
Paul Daley is readying for his return to Strikeforce next weekend when he faces Scott Smith in a marquee match-up on the card, but the
Strikeforce CEO Scott Coker explains why they took a chance on British bad boy Paul Daley, and what his path to a title shot against