It doesn't matter who wins at UFC 135, Rashad Evans knows he's next in line for a title shot but he gives his insight into
Rashad Evans breaks down the UFC 135 main event between Jon Jones and Quinton "Rampage" Jackson... well, sort of.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones isn't exactly sure why Rampage Jackson has constantly called him cocky and disrespectful, but he thinks it could simply
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has a lot of people that think he is or is going to be one of the greatest fighters
When Dan Henderson returns at UFC 139 to face Mauricio 'Shogun' Rua, a shot at the UFC light heavyweight title will be on the line.
The UFC 135 main eventers – Jon Jones, Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, Matt Hughes, and Josh Koscheck – held a media conference call on Monday. Listen
UFC 135 headliner Quinton 'Rampage' Jackson joins MMAWeekly Radio on Monday along with 'Warrior' director Gavin O'Connor.
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson was the Pride middleweight champion. He was the UFC light heavyweight champion. Rampage wants to get rid of the was when he
Now in a negotiating period with Zuffa, Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Dan Henderson believes a title unification bout with the UFC''s title holder would be
It's only a few weeks until UFC 135 hits Denver with the light heavyweight title on the line between champion Jon 'Bones' Jones and challenger
Mauricio "Shogun" Rua may have lost his mojo in his most recent fight, a loss to current UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, but he's
Like several other big hitters, UFC No. 1 light heavyweight contender Rashad Evans was on hand in Los Angeles on Thursday for the UFC on
Now in a negotiating period with Zuffa, Strikeforce light heavyweight champion Dan Henderson believes a title unification bout with the UFC's titleholder, currently Jon Jones,
Malki Kawa believes just based on timing that Clay Guida makes the most sense for Ben Henderson to face next, also discusses management problems in
It seems Quinton "Rampage" Jackson has long been the subject of doubters, but the No. 1 contender to UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has
Rashad Evans says he'd prefer to take the UFC light heavyweight championship belt from Jon Jones rather than Quinton "Rampage" Jackson. He's itching to teach
Rashad Evans talks about his win over Tito Ortiz and how he hopes to be the first one to beat 'cocky' Jon Jones with the
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson has been around the block a few times, and Jon Jones' reputation doesn't mean a whole lot to him. He doesn't intend
The Eric B. & Rakim lyrics that read, "it's been a long time," come to mind when thinking about Rashad Evans. At UFC 133: Evans
Rashad Evans has made numerous changes since the last time he set foot in the Octagon, starting his own team, moving across the country. Will
Duane "Bang" Ludwig squares off with Amir Sadollah at UFC on Versus 5 on Aug. 14. Ludwig is granting MMAWeekly.com readers exclusive behind the scenes
The Ultimate Fighting Championship began in Denver nearly 20 years ago, but hasn't operated a pay-per-view event in the Mile High City since "The Ultimate
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson doesn't like it when he thinks someone calls him Clinton... he likes it even less when people question his desire to fight.
Jon "Bones" Jones may have rocketed to the top of the UFC light heavyweight division, but even as the widely proclaimed "future of the sport,"
The lead-up to UFC 135 on Sept. 24 in Denver had been fairly quiet... until Jon Jones and Quinton "Rampage" Jackson started taking shots at
The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to Denver with UFC 135 on Sept. 24. On Tuesday, the UFC holds a press conference, open to the public,
Rashad Evans has a vested interest in the upcoming main event at UFC 135, and believes his old teammate Jon 'Bones' Jones will be the
UFC president Dana White on Thursday confirmed that Rashad Evans, if successful against Tito Ortiz at UFC 133, will get a shot at the winner
The Ultimate Fighting Championship hasn’t promoted a pay-per-view event in Denver since “Ultimate Ultimate” in 1995. That will change with the first Zuffa-owned UFC pay-per-view
MMA is slowly working its way into the mainstream of American society. Friday’s ESPN announcement for its annual ESPY Awards included two UFC fighters and