The Professional Fighters League (PFL) on Saturday finished their third of three playoff events leading up to the 2018 Championship in NY.
LFA recently announced that the promotion will crown a bantamweight king and queen with a championship doubleheader at LFA 55 in November.
The PFL announced that the 2018 Championship, the finale to its inaugural season, will be held in New York City on New Year’s Eve.
Fedor Emelianenko meets current light heavyweight champ Ryan Bader for the Bellator world heavyweight title in January in Los Angeles.
USADA announced on Tuesday that Bradley Scott has tested positive for a prohibited substance and accepted a two-year sanction.
Vinny Magalhaes stormed through two opponents in one night to become a contender for a PFL championship.
ONE Championship announced recently that it has closed another large round of funding led by Sequoia Capital.
Josh Copeland punched his ticket to the PFL heavyweight championship with a brutal knockout of Alex Nicholson on Friday night.
Bellator President Scott Coker recently announced the appointment of former BAMMA CEO David Green as Head of Bellator Europe.
LFA CEO Ed Soares announced recently that the promotion will return to Arizona in November with LFA 53 headlined by a flyweight title bout.
Texas bragging rights will be on the line with a bantamweight showdown headlining LFA 52 in the Lone Star State.
Thursday's UFC 229: Khabib vs. McGregor Press Conference is closed to the public, but fans in New York can watch it live in Times Square.
Bellator officials on Monday confirmed the promotion's first event in Hawaii will feature the women's flyweight championship.
Friday's Combate Americas main event underwent a last-minute change on Thursday because of illness.
Invicta FC on Saturday announced the promotion's first visit to Oklahoma, which will feature a battle for Cris Cyborg's former belt.
Following its inaugural regular season finale, the Professional Fighters League (PFL) has established the final playoff lineups.
Invicta Fighting Championships on Thursday announced eight additions to the promotion's unparalleled roster of female fighters.
UFC on Thursday announced details of a 25-part documentary series that will debut in September to celebrate the company’s silver anniversary.
LFA CEO Ed Soares announced on Friday that the promotion will retrace its roots and return to the birthplace of RFA in Kearney, Nebraska.
UFC on Saturday confirmed its first-ever event in Beijing, China, will be held at the Cadillac Arena in November.
Invicta Fighting Championships on Thursday announced the fight card for Invicta FC 31, headlined by a highly anticipated strawweight title tilt.
Nikita Krylov returns to the UFC after a two-year absence when he takes on one of the best in the light heavyweight division.
Retired NFAL All-Pro linebacker Shawne “Lights Out” Merriman has signed to fight on World Bare Knuckle Fighting Federation’s inaugural event.
Bellator on Monday announced the signing of 24 U.K. and Ireland-based athletes, as the promotion expands across Ireland, U.K. and Western Europe.
Fifty-one-year-old Renzo Gracie was victorious in his return to the cage, while Kevin Belingon claimed a ONE Championship title.
The UFC will partner with longtime Russian organization M-1 Global for the newly formed company UFC Russia.
Pongsiri Mitsatit isn’t just one of Thailand’s most decorated athletes, he is also part of a volunteer group that aided in the Thai cave rescue.
The UFC on Wednesday revealed the cast of female featherweights and male heavyweights that Robert Whittaker and Kelvin Gastelum will coach on TUF 28.
Bellator light heavyweight champ Ryan Bader squares off with Matt Mitrione in the first Bellator Heavyweight World Grand Prix semifinal bout.
TUF winners themselves, Robert Whittaker and Kelvin Gastelum will coach Season 28 and then fight for Whittaker's UFC middleweight belt.