Should Johny Hendricks knock out UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre in the first minute, or edge him out in a close fight, then he will likely have to give the French-Canadian an immediate rematch. Find out why, inside.
Johny Hendricks is determined to defeat UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre, whether it’s through his striking or his wrestling, claiming that "Rush" has never faced a wrestler as powerful as him throughout his illustrious MMA career.
Many in the MMA community are foaming at the mouth of the possibility at finally seeing Georges St. Pierre take on Nick Diaz. Johny Hendricks, on the other hand, isn't one of those people. Find out why, inside.
Johny Hendricks earned a welterweight title shot by knocking out Martin Kampmann at UFC 154 last night (Nov. 17, 2012) in Montreal. But with Georges St. Pierre vs. Anderson Silva still possible for May of next year, he's going to have to wait.
UFC hit the pay-per-view circuits again as UFC 153 invaded Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, much to the delight of the thousands of rabid Brazilian fans in attendance. MMAmania.com runs down the winners and losers from Rio.
UFC welterweight Jon Fitch said he was hurt going into his bout with Johny Hendricks but took the fight because he needed the money. He also thinks he needs to become a better showman to get another title shot.
UFC welterweight contender Jon Fitch says he would love to settle the score with B.J Penn after the two fought to a draw at UFC 127, but feels "The Prodigy" is ducking him and does not want any part of doing it again.
Taking a look at Relative Importance Disparity in UFC 145 match-ups that saw Michael McDonald knock out Miguel Torres and Eddie Yagin earn a split decision over Mark Hominick last night (Sat., April 21, 2012) in Atlanta, Georgia.
The winner of this weekend's headlining fight between Martin Kampmann and Thiago Alves will be closer to a title fight than many might think. Head Kick Legend takes a closer look at the title picture and how it might play out over the next 12 months.