B.J. Penn cut his retirement short to face a 'top' guy in Rory MacDonald at UFC on Fox 5 on Dec. 8, 2012. Find out inside why that wasn't the only reason "The Prodigy' wanted to face the top Canadian prospect.
UFC middleweight contender Michael Bisping reveals he suffered a cut during training in preparation for his UFC 152 fight with Brain Stann. The cut will not put the contest in danger as it only took six stitches to cover up.
A report has surfaced that the injury that forced UFC welterweight Rory MacDonald to withdraw from his fight versus B.J. Penn at UFC 152 was caused by an ill-advised spinning backfist from a training partner. Check it out!
UFC welterweight Siyar Bahadurzada offers to step in for the injured Rory MacDonald to face B.J. Penn. "The Great" even offers to donate his fight purse earnings to charity to prove he doesn't want the fight for monetary purposes.
Firaz Zahabi, head trainer of Georges St. Pierre, talks about the progress of the UFC welterweight champion and gives his insight on the criticism Greg Jackson receives, as well as shares his thoughts on St. Pierre vs. Rory MacDonald.
B.J. Penn is interested in training at the American Kickboxing Academy in San Jose to prepare for his UFC 152 bout with Rory MacDonald. But AKA stalwart Jon Fitch is reportedly trying to block Penn from doing that.
B.J. Penn, along with his UFC 152 opponent, Rory MacDonald, have registered with the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) and will be subjected to a battery of random blood and urine tests over the next eight weeks