“UFC on FX 4″ takes place tonight in New Jersey, and Heavy.com has you covered with all the evening’s preliminary card action, beginning at 5 p.m. ET.
All fighters from Saturday’s UFC 145 card were given medical suspensions, though most were of the standard week-long precautionary variety.
Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson put his name on the map quickly in February with a first-round head kick knockout at UFC 143. Heading into his UFC 145 boy with Matt Brown, he’s enjoying the ride so far.
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Don’t miss UFC 144 Fight Day Live at a special start time of 5:30 p.m. Eastern on Saturday night leading into the promotion’s big return to Japan.
Just a week after his impressive debut win at UFC 143, Stephen “Wonderboy” Thompson has agreed to a fight against fellow UFC 143 winner Matt Brown in Atlanta.
Dustin Poirier, Matt Brown, and Stephen Thompson all earned dominant submission wins on the preliminary card of UFC 143 Saturday night.
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Watch the only official UFC pre-fight show with Clay Guida, Ronda Rousey and some of the industry’s best journalists at 6 p.m. Eastern here on HeavyMMA.com.
Watch the only official UFC pre-fight show with Frank Mir and some of the industry’s best journalists at 6 p.m. ET right here on HeavyMMA.com.
A welterweight fight between two guys in need of a check in the win column goes down on Super Bowl Saturday. Matt Brown meets Chris Cope at UFC 143.
UFC welterweight Matt Brown, an alumni of season 7 of The Ultimate Fighter, talks to Nate Lawson about his upcoming bout with Seth Baczynski.
Injuries to Oli Thompson and John Hathaway have caused some last minute changes to be made to the line-up for UFC 138 in Birmingham, England.
“UFC on Versus 4,” which featured Cheick Kongo’s incredible comeback knockout against Pat Barry, drew an average audience of 744,000 viewers.
Spencer Kyte catches up with John Howard to discuss cheeseburgers, changing weight classes and fighting Matt Brown on Sunday night.