Did UFC 146 and 147 affect our pound for pound rankings? Find out after the jump.
Less than three weeks removed from his title defense against Rashad Evans, UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones has booked Sept. 1 against Dan Henderson for his next fight, expected to be UFC 151 in Las Vegas.
Get reacquainted with a classic as a pair of future legends went toe-to-toe at Pride 12. Check out this video of Wanderlei Silva vs. Dan Henderson.
Check out this hilarious video with impersonations of Georges St-Pierre, Junior dos Santos, Alistair Overeem, Nate Diaz, Rampage Jackson, Chael Sonnen and more.
There has been plenty of speculation about what comes next for Dan Henderson: a UFC 205-pound title shot, or one at 185? But he made it clear to HeavyMMA’s Duane Finley: “The only fight that makes sense is for me to fight the winner of Jones vs. Evans.”
Assuming Alistair Overeem doesn’t get his license to fight at UFC 146, what’s next for champ Junior dos Santos? HeavyMMA’s Duane Finley looks at the candidates.
HeavyMMA’s mixed martial arts rankings are back this week with a look at the light heavyweight division, which sees its top two fighters finally going head-to-head in less than two weeks at UFC 145.
UFC president Dana White says former Strikeforce champion Dan Henderson’s next fight will be for a title. But will it come at light heavyweight or middleweight?
Was it the greatest MMA fight of all time? There are plenty of people in that camp. But even if it isn’t No. 1, there’s no denying last year’s five-round war between Dan Henderson and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua was all kinds of entertaining. Relive some of the highlights from UFC 139 courtesy of “UFC Reloaded” on Fuel TV.
It’s been rumored and an obvious choice, but on Saturday the UFC made it official. Light heavyweight champ Jon Jones will defend his title in the main event of UFC 145.
The epic five-round war between Dan Henderson and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua at UFC 139 had many calling it the best fight in history. That is up for debate, but calling it the best scrap of 2011 isn’t any kind of a stretch.