All six fighters that submitted drug samples following UFC 134 passed, including middleweight champion Anderson Silva and his victim that evening Yushin Okami.
1.3 million viewers tuned in for Rousimar Palhares vs. Dan Miller and Thiago Tavares vs. Spencer Fisher on Spike TV’s UFC 134 preliminary special last Saturday.
In the wake of UFC 134, Duane Finley examines Rua’s dominant victory and identifies what might be next for the former light heavyweight champion.
Standing up fights might make for more exciting striking battles, but they’re hurting the sport in the long run.
It’s Monday, so we’re taking you through the talking points of the UFC’s latest event and breaking down the main stories from UFC 134.
The UFC middleweight champion is running out of options. We’ve got five potential fights for the dominant Brazilian.
Three UFC fighters are going home $100,000 richer after big performances at UFC Rio.
The middleweight champion made it look easy on Saturday night in Rio, cruising to a second round TKO victory.
After losing to him in his UFC debut, the former light heavyweight champion made short work of Griffin the second time around.
Edson Barboza beats Ross Pearson by split decision in a close fight at UFC Rio.
After 18 months on the sidelines and numerous questions about his health, “Minotauro” Nogueira proved he has something left, stopping Brendan Schaub in the first round.
The UFC newcomer remains unbeaten after come-from-behind TKO win.
Anderson Silva extended his UFC winning streak to 15 with a dominant win over Yushin Okami, while Shogun Rua returned to form in beating Forrest Griffin. Get your UFC Rio results inside.
Fight Day returns from Rio de Janiero to break down UFC 134. We’ll also have exclusive interviews with Lorenzo Fertitta, Forrest Griffin, Joseph Benavidez and more. Watch the show like at 5 p.m. ET.
Just in case you needed some last minute persuading, we’ve got five reason why you should purchase tonight’s UFC 134 pay-per-view.