UFC 210 News
The UFC light-heavyweight division lost its most violent knockout artist on Saturday at UFC 210 when Anthony Johnson announced his retirement from MMA competition following a defeat to Daniel Cormier. Check out how fellow fighters reacted.
Following UFC 210’s controversial co-main event outcome, a New Jersey regulator wants a rule reversed.
The drama that began early on weigh-in day did not end until after the last fighter left the octagon at UFC 210. Check out all of the memorable moments from the pay-per-view event.
Longtime coach Henri Hooft likes to be first in to the octagon after one of his fighters competes. He also likes to be the first to pack up and get out. The way he sees it, most of his work is already done at that point.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Back in the win column after a dominant display against Patrick Cote, former title challenger Thiago “Pitbull” Alves eyes a spot at July 22’s UFC on FOX 25 event, “hopefully” against a top-10 opponent.
UFC President Dana White still doesn’t feel confident enough to put Jon Jones at the top of a fight card.
Gegard Mousasi and Chris Weidman had differing takes on what should happen next after UFC 210. Somehow, neither one of them is wrong, and yet they can’t both have their way. So what now?
The UFC light-heavyweight division is already criticized for being one of the thinner weight classes in the organization. The loss of highly ranked contender Anthony Johnson certainly doesn’t help with that image.
Recording five consecutive victories to start a UFC career is difficult in any weight class. At welterweight? It’s happened only once in the past decade.
BUFFALO, N.Y. – After more than one year away from the octagon, UFC featherweight Myles Jury is once again a winner.