Want to do some good in the world of MMA? Here’s your chance. Documentary filmmaker Gregory Bayne is gathering funding through Kickstarter to produce a film about fighter Jens Pulver.
Mixed martial arts veteran Denis Kang has signed a multi-fight deal with Warrior-1 MMA in Canada. Kang (32-12-1) made his name as a PRIDE fighter and most recently competed under the UFC banner. He lost two of his three UFC bouts, however, including his mo…
The UFC today made two rumored preliminary bouts official for the March “UFC on Versus 1″ event: Clay Guida vs. Shannon Gugerty and Rob Kimmons vs. Mike Pierce. Guida’s appointment to the undercard is surprising.
Video game giant Electronic Arts announced yesterday that they’ll be streaming the Joe Riggs vs. Jay Hieron bout currently scheduled for the preliminary card at “Strikeforce: Miami” on Saturday night.
Paulo Thiago Alencar Artunes may be one of the most underrated Welterweights in the world of mixed martial arts. Thiago blazed his way into the mixed martial arts scene back in 2005 when he won his each of his first six fights by way of submission.
The coaches for the upcoming 11th season of “The Ultimate Fighter” have announced their assistant coaches. Chuck Liddell confirmed today that he hired trainer John Hackleman, former gold medal-winning boxer Howard Davis Jr and Scott Epstein to serve as his assistant coaches.
Saturday’s “Strikeforce: Miami” fight card is now complete with the official addition of Bobby Lashley vs. Wes Sims to the televised Showtime card. Lashley was originally scheduled to face Yohan Banks on the card.
Bellator Fighting Championships today announced the signing of lightweight Corey Vanier (7-2), a former All-American wrestler and current protege of Greg Jackson.
In the past, the UFC’s Melvin Guillard was the epitome of youthfulness – his occasional over-aggressiveness, brash behavior and a somewhat stubborn attitude all did their job to polarize fans, while leaving all to wonder if Guillard would be one of the greatest.
Heavy.com is pleased to present the second installment in our exclusive fighter blog with James Te Huna, the New Zealand-born mixed martial artist who is making his UFC debut in Melbourne at UFC 110.
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