Since 2009, the Women’s MMA Press Committee has voted on the best in—you guessed it—women’s MMA. So, who were the best of the best in 2016?
After successive knockout losses, should we view Ronda Rousey differently? Could she be labeled a pretender, or was she still a worthy champion?
Win, lose or draw Friday night, too many people seem to forget how important Ronda Rousey has been to MMA in such a short time.
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.
Madison Square Garden welcomes UFC 205 to its doors Saturday night. We’ve got titles, Edgar, Tate, McGregor—and so much more.
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.