For all of you hating on Urijah Faber's constant UFC title shots, keep hating, because he isn't going anywhere. "The California Kid" answers his critics and also details the "weird spot" he is currently in trying to find "big name" opponents.
Does Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) favor Urijah Faber? Scott Jorgensen doesn't think so, nor does he care if they do, because you still have to win fights to earn title shots -- something he plans to do at this weekend's TUF finale.
While Renan Barao is busy getting ready to defend his UFC interim bantamweight title against Eddie Wineland at UFC 161, division champ Dominick Cruz has to sit back and see the show go on without him. A tough pill to swallow, says "The Dominator."
While Urijah Faber will have his hands full against Scott Jorgensen when the two former World Extreme Cagefighting (WEC) stars meet at The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale in April, "The California Kid" can't avoid questions about future "super fights."
How did Urijah Faber react to the news that his bitter rival, UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz, has suffered yet another setback and will be out for an extended period of time? Find out, inside.
UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz gives his thoughts on the UFC 149 main event between Urijah Faber and Renan Barao as well as declares that he will not lose a step once he is able to return to action
Andre Pederneiras, head coach to UFC champions Jose Aldo and Renan Barao commends the toughness of Urijah Faber this past weekend (July 21, 2012) after "The California Kid" and Barao went -toe-to-toe for five rounds at UFC 149.
UFC President Dana White says that if Renan Barao (who became the Bantamweight interim champion after defeating Urijah Faber at UFC 149 in Calgary, Alberta on July 21, 2012) wants to defend his belt before fighting Dominick Cruz for the belt, he can.
After losing his UFC Bantamweight title fight to Renan Barao this past weekend (July 21, 2012) at UFC 149, Urijah Faber believes he still deserves to be mentioned at the top of the of the 135-pound division and will continue to stay positive.
UFC bantamweight contender Michael McDonald feels he is good enough to compete with the top contenders in the UFC's 135-pound division, however, he is in no hurry to start calling out the champions, but is ready if the UFC asks him to fight for title