Yancy Medeiros

One-on-one with UFC lightweight Yancy Medeiros

I got a chance to talk with UFC lightweight Yancy Medeiros representing Hawaii and coming off two straight Performance of the Night bonuses. Here’s what he had to say about … Continue Reading →

UFC 182: Jones vs Cormier

UFC 182 Preview: Jones vs Cormier

Jon “Bones” Jones (20-1) vs. Daniel “DC” Cormier (15-0) What to look for: Jones vs Cormier has been one of the most talked about events in MMA history, with all … Continue Reading →

Forgotten fights at UFC 182

Hector Lombard (34-4-1) vs. Josh Burkman (27-10) What to look for: “I’ll fight my mom,” Lombard joked when asked if he would fight UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler. This coming … Continue Reading →

UFC 182 Jones vs Cormier: Top 5 PPV contender?

Will UFC 182 break any Pay-Per-View records? Sneak into the top 5? Here’s what the current top 5 is looking like. 1. UFC 100 – 1,600,000 buys Absolutely stacked card with enough … Continue Reading →

Myles Jury

3 reasons Myles Jury takes the decision

The 26-year-old Myles “Fury” Jury takes his undefeated record into tonight’s co-main event with Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone. Cerrone said he asked UFC President Dana White for the fight after Jury seemed smug after beating Cowboy’s … Continue Reading →

Donald Cerrone

3 reasons “Cowboy” Cerrone rides off to title shot

Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone (25-6-0, 1 NC) has been on an impressive journey since being featured on the TapouT series early in his career. Cerrone shines bright under the lights with a resume … Continue Reading →


Door wide open for Dillashaw/Barao rematch

Looks like the stars are aligning once more for former UFC bantamweight champion Renan Barao and current champ T.J. Dillashaw for a rematch. Dillashaw — the largest underdog in UFC title history … Continue Reading →

UFC Fight Night preview

Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida (21-5) vs. CB “The Doberman” Dollaway (16-6) Former champion against young up-and-comer is the theme of these final fights of the night, where Machida ranked #4 … Continue Reading →

3 Reasons Gagnon Upsets Barao

Fighting a living legend is not an opportunity that comes often, even more for a fighter slowly moving up the ranks like Mitch Gagnon (12-2). Everyone is counting out Gagnon … Continue Reading →

3 Reasons Barao Earns Rematch

Former UFC bantamweight champion Renan “The Baron” Barao (34-2) will face off against up-and-coming grappler Mitch Gagnon (12-2). This is a huge drop off in experience when comparing both fighter’s … Continue Reading →