Relive all the action from UFC 144 with this amazing fight night photo gallery from HeavyMMA photographer James Law.
“The Fireball Kid,” Takanori Gomi, snapped a two-fight skid on the UFC 144 prelims on Saturday. But Kid Yamamoto dropped his third straight in the UFC.
HeavyMMA will have live round-by-round and fight-by-fight coverage of tonight’s UFC 144 preliminary card from Japan starting at 7:30 p.m. Eastern.
Check out our open workout photo gallery, live from Japan, by our very own photographer James Law.
George Sotiropoulos has been forced out of his UFC 144 fight in Japan against Takanori Gomi (pictured). Eiji Mitsuoka has stepped in for him to make his UFC debut.
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson and light heavyweight champion Jon Jones earned “Fight of the Night” honors following UFC 135 this evening.
Four years after his brother defeated “The Fireball Kid,” Nate Diaz did the same to kick off the UFC 135 main card.
Just in case you weren’t sold on tonight’s event, we’ve got a handful of reasons you won’t want to miss UFC 135.
Before Nate Diaz and Takanori Gomi go head-to-head in the Octagon, our writers go toe-to-toe in their analysis of this lightweight fight.
Like the fighter that you think has the edge in each discipline and see how the votes stack up in the UFC 135 Fight Day “Who’s Got The Edge?” poll!
The UFC announced on Monday night that Nate Diaz will take on Takanori Gomi at UFC 135 in September.
With three UFC wins in a row after UFC 125, Clay Guida expects big things in 2011.
Check out these scans of the official scorecards from eight of the UFC 125 bouts from last weekend.
Follow along with Heavy.com tonight for live results from UFC 125.
Check out our selection of photos from Thursday’s UFC 125 open workouts in Las Vegas.