Nate Diaz reaction to Josh Thomson knockout at last weekend (April 20. 2013) at UFC on Fox 7, saying "The Punk" didn't "beat" or put an "ass whooping" on him. In fact, he was "scared shitless" and their fight was stopped too early.
UFC Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson has yet to stop an opponent in UFC. And he doesn't care if he never manages to finish an opponent inside the Octagon as long as he tried his best to put away his foe, delivered a good performance ... and wins.
UFC lightweight contender Nate Diaz says the 155-pound weight class no longer interests him, so it's time to head back up to the welterweight division to fight some new blood -- right after he takes on Josh Thomson at UFC on FOX 7.
UFC Lightweight Champion Ben Henderson prefers to fight on the biggest mixed martial arts (MMA) stage, FOX, rather than headlining a pay-per-view (PPV) event because of the exposure and recognition that comes along with the primetime spotlight.
Declining ratings for the UFC's live fight specials on Fox TV had some analysts worrying the fight promotion's early success on Fox was just a fad. The strong ratings bounce back shown by the 5.7 million who tuned in for the Ben Henderson vs. Nate Di
If Ben Henderson 'truly' wants to be called the best mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter competing in the lightweight division, he must prove it by getting past long-time veteran, Gilbert Melendez, says "El Nino," who really wants to fight "Smooth."
UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre had a public discussion with Lightweight champ Benson Henderson about his upcoming fight against Nick Diaz during TUF 16 Finale coverage on Fuel TV. Find out why GSP thanked the "Smooth" champ inside.
The UFC's Lightweight champ Ben Henderson and Welterweight "serial killer" Rory MacDonald put on star-making performances on Fox TV before an audience of millions. Will that success translate into PPV success?
While the main event of UFC on Fox 5 may have been a lightweight title fight between champion Benson Henderson and Nate Diaz, the real winners in terms of dollar signs were the biggest veterans on the show: Mauricio Rua and BJ Penn.
The ratings are in for the UFC on FOX 5: "Henderson vs. Diaz" network television event, which emanated from the KeyArena in Seattle, Washington on Dec. 8, 2012, pulling in 4.4 million viewers for a 2.5 household rating and a 4 share.
Nate Diaz gave Ben Henderson the middle finger during their UFC on FOX 5 main event, which you may have missed, thanks to the quick reaction of the ZUFFA production crew. But, how does the network feel about the incident? Find out, inside.
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