Most people are waiting to proclaim this “The Jon Jones Era.” Most people would be wrong, because nobody in the UFC will defeat Jones for his title.
Announcing their breakup last week, R.E.M. released 15 studio albums in their 31 years together. Here’s a look at the early videos they released in the 80s, on their way to becoming superstars.
Check out our complete UFC 135 fight night photo gallery from HeavyMMA photographer James Law.
HeavyMMA was on hand for the release of Jared Hamman’s new wine venture in California. Check out the exclusive interview inside.
You can’t fight it. Rachel Bilson’s eyes… they’re drawing you in. Seriously, if you’ve looked into them the battle is already lost.
Like any other kind of artist, filmmakers often struggle to come to terms with just what in the hell it is they’re doing. A life of creating fantasies (and, some might argue, of telling lies) can be a strange and unsettling one that sometimes inspires a session of cinematic self-examination. Here are a few accounts of what happens when Hollywood gazes into its own abyss.
We take our customary Monday morning look back at the action for Saturday’s event in the latest installment of 10 Things We Learned.
In our newest post-fight feature, Spencer Kyte takes a look at three fighters who deserve some attention following impressive performances last night in Denver.
Bellator 51 and Dream 17 both delivered some exciting fights on Saturday night. Spencer Kyte recaps the action.
Check out this exclusive photo gallery from the main event of UFC 135: Jon Jones vs. Rampage Jackson. Photos by James Law.
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and light heavyweight champion Jon Jones earned “Fight of the Night” honors following UFC 135 this evening.
The prodigious light heavyweight champion put on another impressive performance, finishing Jackson via rear naked choke in the fourth round.
“The Super Samoan” dominated the final two rounds to earn the unanimous decision win in a battle that left both completely drained.
The brash Ultimate Fighter alum earns the finish with one second left on the clock in the opening round.
The Hawaiian heavyweight remains unbeaten after collecting a unanimous decision victory at UFC 135.