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Michael Bisping's return to the Octagon ended in a lacklustre defeat as Tim Kennedy took a unanimous decision victory with a stifling performance.
Michael Bisping has dismissed the upcoming challenge of Tim Kennedy by claiming “he wants to absorb all of the hard work I’ve done over the years”.
Roy Nelson flattened Antonio Rodrigo ‘Minotauro’ Nogueira in the first round after devastating him for three minutes of their heavyweight fight in Abu Dhabi on Friday night.
It has been four years since UFC President Dana White declared he was “embarrassed” after the largest fight organisation in the world botched their first event in the Middle East but on 11 April they return as a slicker, more experienced brand.
Johny Hendricks claimed the vacant welterweight championship by edging the final round in a back-and-forth contest with Robbie Lawler at UFC 171 on Saturday night.
It was four months ago that Johny Hendricks was knocked off his feet – not by Georges St-Pierre when they fought but by the scorecards being announced against him – but this Saturday the ghosts of his failed championship bid can finally be exorcised.
Alexander Gustafsson led a vicious Viking Invasion of London as he overwhelmed the previously undefeated Jimi Manuwa with a second round knock-out at UFC Fight Night on Saturday.
Alex Gustafsson says he is "proud" to be considered one of the UFC's most elite fighters ahead of fighting at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in London's O2 Arena against Jimi Manuwa.
Croydon bulldozer Jimi Manuwa has insisted that he "wouldn't have been satisfied" to emulate upcoming opponent Alex Gustafsson's thrilling to-and-fro with world champion Jon Jones.
John Hathaway's UFC return ended in a crumpled heap after he became victim to one of the most stunning knock-outs in memory at the hands of Dong Hyun Kim.
John Hathaway must travel to the other side of the world for his first UFC main-event but a trip to the Chinese island of Macau pales in comparison to the path he has trodden for the past two years.
Ronda Rousey needed just 66 seconds to record her first career knock-out by dispatching of the previously undefeated Sara McMann last night at UFC 170 in Las Vegas.
There can be no better preparation for becoming a pioneer and champion than a lifetime of sacrifice driven by an unexplainable fighting spirit culminating in an Olympic medal, the pinnacle of your chosen sport.
Lyoto Machida strengthened his case for a shot at the middleweight championship with a one-sided unanimous decision win over Gegard Mousasi at UFC Fight Night 36 in Jaragua do Sul, Brazil.
Renan Barao and Jose Aldo successfully defended their world championships at Saturday's UFC 169 with contrasting displays of explosive finishing power and patient, marathon domination.
When Renan Barao and Jose Aldo first met in a Rio de Janeiro gym they fought to bring food and money back to their favelas, using each other's strength to drag themselves and their families out of Brazilian poverty.
Benson Henderson has grown accustomed to that nervous wait of the judges' scoreboards being added up before he is declared the victor and, on Saturday night in Chicago, that familiar sequence again voted in his favour over Josh Thomson.
Should Benson Henderson need convincing that solace can be found even at the lowest ebb of a fighting career, he need look no further than across the cage at Josh Thomson on Saturday in Chicago.
Middleweight contender Luke Rockhold earned his maiden UFC victory at his second attempt with a quick knock-out of Costas Philippou in Duluth, Georgia at Fight Night 35.
A week after Anderson Silva's broken fibula and tibula, Tarec Saffiedine displayed how efficient leg kicks can be by rendering Hyun Gyu Lim almost unable to walk en route to a unanimous decision victory.