Wohoo no ROIDS
Everyone in UFC past their drug tests in what seems like forever! Good job fighters. (I know it hasn't been that long but it has been nuts recently)
Hughes leaving MFS
Matt Hughes to Start Fight Team; Robbie Lawler and Corey Hill on Board
Former UFC welterweight champion Matt Hughes is starting his own fight team and will soon open a 13,5000-square-foot gym in Granite City, Ill. However, despite a flood of rumors, Hughes' supposed departure from his longtime home with Pat Miletich Fighting Systems was on completely amicable terms.
Ryo Chonan to ufc in October
ufcdaily.com says that chonan will be coming to the ufc in october dont know how reliable of a source that is but i hope its true.
Best damn Hendo
Video of Henderson on best damn sports show period talking UFC 75. Can't wait for this fight. Best of luck to Dan I hope he wins.
What in the hell was the thing at the end??????? Dumbasses
Sorry I couldn't find direct link but it's right there. Just scroll down and first video in the best damn stuff.
The Readers Get Randy
The inbox was overflowing this week with reaction to Randy Couture's successful UFC heavyweight title defense against Gabriel Gonzaga at UFC 74 on Saturday at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
MMAWeekly World MMA Rankings
The latest MMAWeekly World MMA Rankings were released on Wednesday, August 29. This system ranks the top ten MMA fighters from all across the world in each of the six largest weight classes, as voted on by MMAWeekly.
How To Handle Lesnar's UFC Introduction
With the signing of Brock Lesnar imminent, UFC President Dana White faces an interesting dilemma. Should he fast-track an inexperienced — albeit well-known — heavyweight competitor from his days in World Wrestling Entertainment toward a marquee UFC debut?
One -on- One With Din Thomas
Din Thomas, a prized student at American Top Team based out of Port St. Lucie, Florida, has rolled off three consecutive wins in UFC matches after his fairly successful stint on The Ultimate Fighter Season 4 in 2006. Thomas has been able to parlay his recent success into a main event fight against Kenny Florian on Spike TV’s Ultimate Fight Night 11 on September 19.
NSAC Extends Joe Stevenson’s Medical Suspension
Stevenson, who scored a unanimous-decision victory in the televised contest, originally thought he suffered a broken jaw in the bout. However, after a trip to the hospital, Stevenson learned he instead had a broken nose.
“The Ultimate Fighter 2” winner, who has since emerged as a top UFC lightweight contender, was originally suspended until Sept. 25 with no contact until Sept. 16 for precautionary reasons after a post-fight examination. However, after getting a report from the hospital, the NSAC now requires Stevenson to have his broken nose cleared by a ear-nose-and-throat (ENT) doctor. Otherwise, his suspension runs until Feb. 22. If cleared, Stevenson can compete no sooner that Sept. 25, and no contact is allowed until Sept. 16.
News from Mr. Dana White
In a little less than two weeks, the UFC is preparing a new spectacle, this time on European soil, in London. The central fight will be between Rampage Jackson and Dan Henderson for the semi-heavyweight category belt.
But, for us, the much more interesting fight will be that between Croatia’s Mirko Filipovic and France’s Cheick Kong. For first fight after Mirko’s defeat in April
UFC 74 Medical Suspensions
The medical suspensions from UFC 74 have been announced by the NSAC.
Always an interesting read, especially when you can find these actual documents; This is just medical suspensions so nothing is mentioned about potential punishment against Sobral. Also no suspensions against Couture despite the broken arm.
Anderson Silva Embraces The Challenge of Fighting Rich Franklin
UFC 77 in Cincinnati, Ohio, is dubbed “Hostile Territory” for a reason: Former middleweight champion and hometown hero, Rich Franklin, will look to reclaim his 185-pound title from current titleholder, Anderson Silva.
The October 20 showdown at the U.S. Bank Arena will be almost exactly one year to the day that “The Spider” crushed “Ace” en route to championship glory at UFC 64: “Unstoppable” on October 14, 2006.