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UFC 232 Moved to Los Angeles After “Atypical Finding” in Jon...

After the Nevada Commission Refuses to License Jones, the Whole Card Moves to California Yet another black eye for Jon Jones and his legacy and...

It’s Time To Accept That Daniel Cormier Is The G.O.A.T.

With his victory over Derrick Lewis Saturday night at UFC 230, Daniel Cormier became the first fighter in UFC history to defend two belts in two different weight classes. What's most impressive is that he was able to defend both the belts while holding the belts simultaneously. Cormier has defended both belts in an eleven month span.

Daniel Cormier Takes Huge Risk Fighting Derrick Lewis

One month ago, UFC 230 didn't have a main event. The UFC knew it needed a big main event for the card being held at Madison Square Garden. On October 9th, the UFC announcing  That was until October 9th when it was announced heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier would put his belt on the line against Derrick Lewis.

UFC 230 Finally Gets a Main Event; Loses The Co-Main

Not even three days have passed since the biggest knockout of his career and Derrick Lewis already has another fight lined up. On November 3rd, Lewis will square off with heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier in the main event at UFC 230 at Madison Square Garden.

Jon Jones Suspended 15 Months By USADA, But Can Return In...

Former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has been handed a 15-month suspension by the United States Anti-Doping Agency and will be able to return to the octagon by October 28th.

Five Possibilites For The Main Event At UFC 230

UFC 230 has it all. It's at Madison Square Garden. The co-main event features the long-awaited return of Nate Diaz who is fighting the soaring Dustin Poirier. Six of the top ten middleweights are also on the card. Yep, the card pretty much has everything. That is...except for the main event.

Two Champions Meet In The Main Event of UFC 226

UFC 226 was set up to be one of the most stacked cards of the year.  The main event being between the heavyweight champion and the lightweight champion, the co-main event featuring a featherweight title fight and two of the hardest hitting heavyweights squaring off.

Brian Ortega Makes History At UFC 222, Knocks Out Frankie Edgar

The Young Fighters Shine in Las Vegas When featherweight champion Max Holloway was forced to pull out of his fight against Frankie Edgar exactly one...

Dana White Talks UFC 222, Superfights, Mayweather And WWE Stars In...

White on Mayweather: "We'll see what happens" UFC President Dana White was on UFC Tonight on Wednesday night and spoke a number of different topics. White...

Nate Diaz Is Ready To Fight Again

Diaz Looking to Fight Tyron Woodley We haven't seen Nate Diaz fight since his his majority decision loss at UFC 202 in August 2016 against...
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