• Sanchez, Saggo and Ishihara win at UFC 196 FIGHT PASS prelims

    Sidelined since October of 2014 due to injury, Canada’s Jason Saggo made a triumphant return to the Octagon in lightweight action, ground-and-pounding his way to a first-round TKO win over Justin Salas.

  • UFC 198, 199 and more announced at Unstoppable

    Coming off a big year in 2015, and judging by the buzz around this Saturday’s UFC 196 event, particularly the bad blood clash between main eventers Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz, indications are that the […]

  • Stockton sees a folk hero in Nate Diaz

    It certainly wasn’t the worst thing that Nate Diaz has ever been called. But during a wild press conference last week, Conor McGregor dismissively insulted his UFC 196 opponent as a “little cholo gangster from […]

  • Unfazed By new fame, Holm keeps priority on winning

    Holly Holm arrived at The Palm Restaurant recently with a prized new possession: a Louis Vuitton monogram icon purse – a little something the UFC champion splurged on after her stunning upset knockout victory over […]

  • Reasons to watch UFC 196

    Conor McGregor isn’t just in the process of making history; the Irish-born superstar has changed the game of MMA.

  • UFC 196 Blog: McGregor and Diaz Fulfill their Duty and Step on the Scales

    Two police officers join Dana White and Co. on stage before Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz register their official weights for Saturday night’s main event. The chorus reaches a new high, and hisses and boos […]

  • Jim Miller remains true to his fighting style

    There are plenty of complexities and strange angles in the world of mixed martial arts, but those are matters Jim Miller doesn’t concern himself with. The hardscrabble New Jersey native is as “Old School” as […]

  • Time For Talking and Taunting is Done For McGregor and Diaz

    McGregor is stepping up two weight classes to face Diaz at 170 pounds – that’s 25 pounds more than he carried in his last fight to win the featherweight world title against Aldo. “The Notorious” […]

  • Parke hones most important part of game: mentality

    Norman Parke had Reza Madadi screaming for his head last October before defeating his Swedish opponent in Dublin. Now it’s Rustam Khabilov’s turn, as he has made no excuses for his desire to implement a […]