Looking back on the top stories to emerge from UFC on Versus 5 last night in Milwaukee.
Former WEC champ earns unanimous decision win after dominant performance against top contender.
Chris Lytle submitted Dan Hardy in a thrilling brawl and Ben Henderson dominated Jim Miller to end his title hopes at UFC on Versus 5.
Former WEC champ Ben Henderson says Jim Miller won’t be able to hang with him.
Here are three reasons to watch Sunday’s UFC event on Versus. You know, besides the fact that it’s free.
The lightweight contender talks about rarely using Twitter, facing Ben Henderson and his similarities with the new anti-hero of the WWE.
Spencer Kyte offers his picks for the most intriguing fighter in each division as the UFC embarks on the second half of 2011.
Jim Miller isn’t focused on getting a title shot – he’s focused on former WEC lightweight champion Ben Henderson.
The WEC lightweight class wasn’t supposed to be able to compete with their UFC counterparts, but as Spencer Kyte explains, the 155-pound transfers have been more than holding their own inside the Octagon.
All 24 fighters who competed at UFC 129 last weekend, including welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre, have received medical suspensions.
Former WEC lightweight champion Ben Henderson makes his UFC debut on Saturday night against Mark Bocek, and he says he’s ready to put on a show and prove he can hang with the best.
UFC 129 is set for Toronto, Ontario, Canada on April 30, and all fighters competing commented on the event in today’s official press release.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship revealed several bouts scheduled for UFC 129 on April 30 at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.
Spencer Kyte takes a look at the final card in World Extreme Cagefighting history — and also takes a look forward at the upcoming merger with the UFC.
We’ve got live results from the Jobing.com Arena in Glendale for tonight’s historic final WEC event.