Junior dos Santos vs. Roy Nelson 2 at UFC 160 on May 25, 2013? Recent report indicates that if Mark Hunt's visa issues derail his trip to MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Memorial Day weekend, "Big Country" has been asked to fill in.
Visa issues caused by a 2002 arrest continue to trouble Mark Hunt, preventing him from traveling to the US for his big fight at UFC 160. He and the UFC remain confident that Hunt will be able to finally catch his flight, but they've got Big Country o
As Daniel Cormier begins to map out his drop to the UFC's 205-pound weight class, he wants to make sure he does it slow. In the meantime, he plans to stay active by fighting at heavyweight, even if it means he'll be the smaller man on fight night.
UFC heavyweight contender, Daniel Cormier discusses his plans for cutting to 205, staying active while making the cut, his performance against Frank Mir, hand health, and focusing more on his jiu jitsu.
Shane Carwin's next fight will not be inside UFC's Octagon, with "The Engineer" announcing his retirement from mixed martial arts (MMA) after a three-year stretch riddled with injuries, surgeries and uncharacteristic losses.
Cheick Kongo is no longer a member of the promotion's roster after a nearly eight-year stint with the organization. Having completed his contract with a UFC 159 defeat to Roy Nelson, the Frenchman took to his Facebook page to update on his future.
Almost a year ago, Spike, Bellator and TNA, a pro wrestling company, made the announcement that King Mo Lawal had signed to be a part of both companies. Since that time, Lawal has gained a healthy respect for wrestlers, before debuting Wednesday..
Eddie Alvarez could've reeled in a hefty paycheck from one of the year's biggest UFC pay-per-views. Instead, he's hunkering down for a long, torturous court case, as settlement talks between Alvarez and Bellator appear to have soured.
Roy Nelson vs. Daniel Cormier? "Big Country" weighs in, revealing that he would take a Heavyweight fight against "DC" next; however, he would want the next Light Heavyweight title shot with a victory. Seems fair, but is he serious?