Did UFC 146 and 147 affect our pound for pound rankings? Find out after the jump.
UFC featherweight champion is injured and out of his bout against Erik Koch at UFC 149, and Urijah Faber vs. Renan Barao has been promoted to the main event.
HeavyMMA’s pound-for-pound rankings are back. The top four fighters remain the same – but who moved where on our list?
The UFC on Saturday announced that UFC 149, set for July 21 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, officially is sold out.
Tickets for UFC 149: Aldo vs. Koch go on sale to UFC Fight Club members Thursday at noon Eastern. The pay-per-view, featuring a featherweight title fight between Jose Aldo and Erik Koch, goes down July 21 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
You can watch the UFC 149: Aldo vs. Koch tickets on-sale news conference, featuring featherweight champ Jose Aldo and Erik Koch, on Wednesday at noon Eastern live at HeavyMMA.
HeavyMMA’s mixed martial arts rankings are back this week with a look at the featherweight division. Jose Aldo again reigns supreme. But who’s No. 2?
Despite some speculation that Jose Aldo might be moved from a planned spot at UFC 149 in July to UFC 147 in Brazil, he’ll remain on the card in Calgary to defend his featherweight title against Erik Koch.
Check out some killer shots from HeavyMMA photographer James Law featuring nothing but the greatest head kicks in the UFC. Ready to get your bell rung?
A lightweight bout between Canada’s own Mitch Clark and Anton Kuivanen, of Finland, has been set for the UFC’s first trip to Alberta – UFC 149 on July 21.
HeavyMMA’s rankings have been resurrected, and we start this week with the always-controversial pound-for-pound list. The top four fighters in the world are fairly universal – Silva, St-Pierre, Aldo and Jones. But where will they fall on Heavy’s list?
The UFC made official its first trip to Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on Wednesday, announcing UFC 149 for the city on July 21 with featherweight champ Jose Aldo headlining against an opponent still to be determined.
HeavyMMA staff writer Duane Finley caught up with Ross Pearson at a recent UFC event to discuss his intentions at his new home, the 145 lb. division.
HeavyMMA’s Duane Finley takes a look at the UFC’s current champions and the tests they will face in 2012. Will the calendar year be a dominant one for them like 2011 was?
With a perfectly timed knee and two follow-up shots on the ground, Jose Aldo left one second on the first-round clock – and then left the Octagon to celebrate with his home Brazilian fans after beating featherweight challenger Chad Mendes in Rio de Janeiro.