TUF 25 brings with it a tag of redemption, drama in the form of Cody Garbrandt and TJ Dillashaw coaching, and several fighters looking for one more shot.
For years, UK MMA had been hidden in the shadows of the UFC. Michael Bisping’s title win was a huge step forward, but there’s plenty more coming.
Vitor Belfort’s career is well past its prime, but with the suggestion of a Legends Division, could he be on to something? Maybe. But is it feasible?
Demian Maia is a wizard, but since he’s not flashy enough the UFC isn’t giving him a title fight. Instead, it’s just another bout that doesn’t make sense.
Belts don’t mean everything in the fight business. Saturday night, Khabib Nurmagomedov takes on Tony Ferguson to see who the world’s best lightweight is.
If you were for Conor McGregor receiving a shot at the Lightweight title but against GSP battling Bisping for the Middleweight belt, please think again.
The UFC Middleweight Division is in desperate need of a shake up. Could it be that the world’s best was outside the UFC? Let’s reintroduce David Branch.
When Georges St-Pierre left the UFC, he did so with a nearly perfect record and a legacy unblemished. At 35, his return threatens to ruin all of that.
McGregor vs. Mayweather could be close to happening, but it still doesn’t make sense. What does, for McGregor at least, are these three UFC fights.
Don’t fall into the narrative of judging a fighter on the last couple fights of their career. This goes for Anderson Silva and Holly Holm following UFC 208.
A Conor McGregor-Floyd Mayweather fight has been the subject of much speculation for months. Now it appears to be happening. And guess what? We need it.
While we all know a McGregor versus Mayweather fight would generate a boatload of money, we talk about why the fight itself would be a terrible idea.
MMA should be about striving to be the best, not stardom. And while fighters should be paid better across the board, they shouldn’t stop fighting the best.
2016 was the year of Conor McGregor, and you can bet he’ll make sure it’s as much in 2017. But charging fans to watch a meaningless interview? Come on.
In the UFC, stars don’t come as naturally as they used to, and there’s been a trend to match up-and-comers favorably. B.J. Penn was just the latest victim.
Sunday at UFC Fight Night, Joe Lauzon defeated Marcin Held via decision—only Lauzon didn’t agree. In this sport, there’s something refreshing about that.
B.J. Penn is a living legend when it comes to the UFC, and MMA in general. But his time has long passed, and Fight Night 103 should mark the end.