Anderson Silva wanted to retire before signing with UFC because his "dream was lost." Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira wasn't having any of that, and helped "The Spider" find his love for MMA again, leading to an unmatched career inside the Octagon.
MMAmania's Brian Hemminger takes a closer look at Saturday night's UFC 159 co-main event between middleweights Alan Belcher and Michael Bisping. What's the key to victory for both men? Find out inside.
MMAmania's Brian Hemminger takes a closer look at Saturday night's World Series of Fighting II main card bout between UFC veterans Josh Burkman and Aaron Simpson. What's the key to victory for both men? Find out inside.
MMAmania's Brian Hemminger speaks with upcoming World Series of Fighting main card competitor Josh Burkman about his recent win over Gerald Harris, what he expects against Aaron Simpson and why he wants Jon Fitch next in this interview.
Junior dos Santos makes it personal and calls Alistair Overeem "a joke." Meanwhile, things get heated during a slightly hilarious Twitter battle between Michael Bisping and Ben Askren on today's edition of the Morning Report.
Chris Leben next fight announced: "The Crippler" will return to the Octagon at UFC 162 in Las Vegas, Nevada, against Andrew Craig at the July 6, 2013, mixed martial arts (MMA) pay-per-view (PPV) event planned for MGM Grand Garden Arena.
The betting line on Anderson Silva's UFC 162 title fight against Chris Weidman is as close as it's been for "The Spider" since his Forrest Griffin fight back in 2009. At middleweight? It hasn't been this slim since he fought Dan Henderson at UFC 82.
Updated fight card and rumors for UFC 162: "Silva vs. Weidman," set to go down on July 6, 2013, from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. See the full television line up and bout order for the Fourth of July Weekend extravaganza, inside.
"The Crippler" wanted to know what happened to the old Diego Sanchez who used to steamroll his opponents inside the cage and wondered aloud if trainer Greg Jackson wasn't to blame for "The Dream"-like performance at UFC on FUEL TV 8.
A record-tying eight straight decisions even had UFC President Dana White on the verge of writing off UFC on FUEL TV 8. But then Mark Hunt and Wanderlei Silva brought us back in, and suddenly it felt like 2004 all over again.