After receiving an injury suspension, Bisping is filling in in Shanghai just 21 days after his GSP fight.
Suddenly, the Buffalo Bills are up against a wall. But they’ve still got a real chance.
The Steelers are in a funk offensively, but there’s one man who can save them.
Double standards are a helluva thing, and Conor McGregor always gets a free pass.
There’s so much to admire about the fighter and person that is Donald Cerrone.
At UFC 216, Demetrious Johnson set a record. But here’s the thing: it’s complicated.
Normally all eyes are on the champion. This hasn’t been the case for Amanda Nunes heading into UFC 207, but this champ should not be overlooked.
What happens when your aura of invincibility is cracked? We saw it with Sonny Liston and Mike Tyson. Now, we’ll get to see how Ronda Rousey responds.
Is the UFC going down the path of putting on too many events at once, and in effect killing their market? Well, the answer isn’t that simple.
Whether he deserved a lightweight title shot at UFC 205 or not, Conor McGregor made quick work of Eddie Alvarez. Now what? Well, we’ve got five options.
UFC 205 was supposed to be a dream come true for Chris Weidman, but Yoel Romero had other plans. On the heels of consecutive KO losses, what’s next for him?
Part of the appeal in MMA was, and has always been, the mixing of styles. That in mind, a win for Stephen Thompson on Saturday could be great for the sport.
Conor McGregor is on the edge of history, and with a victory at UFC 205, he’ll be holding two titles simultaneously. But is there a downside?
UFC wants to walk a fine line between being role models while not restricting the voices of their fighters. And sometimes, that simply doesn’t work.
How will Dan Henderson be remembered? From his decision to leave UFC in 2009 to his final matchup against Michael Bisping, there’s plenty to look back on.
It’s been a tumultuous year for the UFC women’s bantamweight division, but it’s not all bad. In fact, now, there are more challengers than ever before.
Whether you’re a fan of UFC President Dana White or not, keeping him around after the UFC sale makes good business sense for multiple reasons.
With Benson Henderson jumping ship to Bellator FC, it could bring a newfound legitimacy to the promotion. And that’s a good thing.