If you've been on the fence (for some odd reason) about watching Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Dustin Poirier, the new "There Can be Only One" promo will likely change your mind.
If for some, mind blowing reason you're not excited to watch Justin Gaethje and Edson Barboza throw down this Saturday, then perhaps the video below will change your mind.
Since Conor McGregor abruptly announced his retirement, there's been speculation as to whether his decision could be the result of an impasses in talks with the UFC. While Dana White isn't saying that's the case, the UFC President's confirmed he recently told McGregor the star was not going to get shares in the company.
Conor McGregor's legal team has released a statement, denying that his retirement is connected to a recent report from the New York Times, which says the star's being investigated due toa sexual assault allegation.
Casey Kenney is having a week he's never going to forget, as following his championship win at LFA 62, he's been tapped to fight Ray Borg at UFC Philadelphia this Saturday.
The MMA world, in fact, even the mainstream sports world is buzzing over Conor McGregor's recent announcement.
Chances are most big MMA fans will do whatever it takes this weekend to somehow, someway, catch Edson Barboza vs. Justin Gaethje, and recently the UFC shared out a reason why.
Kevin Lee is headed to welterweight for his next bout, and the former lightweight contender says the state of the 155 division was the main reason why.
Justin Gaethje is returning to the cage this Saturday to battle Edson Barboza, in what is an absolute, must see fight, and he'll do so after recording one of his most impressive wins to date.
ONE's "A New Era" card on Sunday will feature not one, not two, not three, but four title fights, and one of them will see lightweight champ Eduard Folayang taking on Shinya Aoki.
Following his one-sided loss to Curtis Blaydes at UFC Nashville this past weekend, Justin Willis has posted a statement, in which he says he'll be taking a break from social media.
The MMA world was buzzed big time by what Anthony Pettis did at UFC Nashville, and clearly Dana White is a member of that camp.
Chances are most casual fans aren't aware of who Timofey Nastyukhin is, the man who will face Eddie Alvarez on Sunday, but that doesn't mean the lightweight's not dangerous.
Conor McGregor was quick to congratulate Anthony Pettis on his win Saturday night, but "Showtime's" provided both a possible date and weight class for a showdown with the star.
Not everyone was convinced Anthony Pettis was making the right decision when he decided to move up to welterweight to fight Stephen Thompson. But thanks to a jaw-dropping, knockout win at UFC Nashville, "Showtime" has likely silenced many of his doubters...
Conor McGregor may not need to fight anymore for financial reasons, but it sounds like the "Notorious" one is pretty, pretty keen to throw down.
Usually, Stephen Thompson is the delivering highlight reel finishes, but last night "Wonderboy" was on the receiving end of one, courtesy Anthony Pettis.
ONE's "A New Era" card will take place one week from today, and it will feature the promotional debut of former UFC and Bellator champ, Eddie Alvarez.
Pettis stepped up!