UFC 176 was set to take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on August 2, but on Tuesday the company was forced to cancel the event. Thanks to an injury to featherweight champion Jose Aldo, the UFC couldn’t replace the main event on such short notice and decided to cut its losses. It is the second time Zuffa (which owns the organization) has been forced to cancel a major event on short notice.
In what may be the biggest upset in UFC history, the man who is widely considered the greatest mixed martial artist in history was knocked out by and up-and-comer Saturday night.
What effects are all the fitness boxing and kickboxing classes having on participation and on spectatorship? It would seem women are a demographic open for exploration in these sports.
The UFC rocked Oakland on Saturday night with a stacked Pay Per View event. Here are 10 questions that UFC 117 answered – for better or worse.
While we await the NFL week 2 matchups on Saturday, we can treat ourselves to some exciting UFC action. UFC 103 lacks title fights but its two main events feature big boys who swing for the fences. Forget Mayweather-Marquez; Franklin/Belfort and Cro Cop/Dos Santos will give you more bang for your buck.
Brock Lesnar has already proven to be “The Next Big Thing” and backed it up by winning the UFC heavyweight title after only four fights. Is Brock Lesnar also the face of MMA?
The UFC 102 fight card that will take place next weekend is being touted by some MMA betting fans as being a much better card than UFC 100 or 101. Find out the odds and get predictions for the headline fights: Couture-Noguiera and Silva-Jardine.
In an historic Strikeforce fight card on Saturday, Gina Carano and Christiane â€œCyborgâ€ Santos became the first women to headline a major MMA promotion.
UFC 101 takes place this weekend and is one of the UFC events where the “main event” (Penn-Florian) is nowhere near as interesting as the secondary fight (Silva-Griffin).
Find out the odds and Plough’s predictions for each of the top fights at UFC 101 in Philadelphia.
A lot of people who examine UFC fight cards â€“ not the UFC 100 fight card in particular â€“ seem to complain that there is usually one or two big fights worth watching and then there is a slew of just so-so tilts.
Thatâ€™s not that case at the UFCâ€™s 100th anniversary of events.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship will be holding their 100th Pay Per View event this Saturday evening. The top fights on the cared include Frank Mir v Brock Lesnar and Georges St-Pierre vs Thiago Alves. MSF’s MMA expert Plough previews the predicts the headline fights.
Wimbledon betting may excite some sports fans, but thereâ€™s another breed of sports fan that finds tennis a bit too tame. That kind of sports fan is probably tossing and turning at night, anxiously awaiting UFC 100. The spectacular event features two title fights. Odds are already up, so itâ€™s not too early to preview […]
Last week we had Strikeforce and the WEC to wet our MMA palates, this week we get the big leagues: UFC 99 The Comeback
UFC 99 takes place this Saturday, headlined by the Franklin-Silva fight. The experts from BetOnline check in at MSF to preview the betting odds and offer predictions, plus list the date, location, and main card for UFC 99.
This weekend is stacked. No two ways around it, this is the biggest weekend for MMA until UFC 100. I know my heavyweight hero Mirko “Cro Cop” Filipovic is coming back next weekend at UFC 99, and that a very interesting fight between Wanderlei SIlva and Rich Franklin will be headlining, but those matches are no match for the quality of fighter we will see in action this weekend.