Former UFC lightweight contender Nate Diaz is not a happy man, at least when it comes to what he’s getting paid by the UFC. Remember a couple months back when he requested to be let out of his UFC contract via Twitter? He hasn’t said much since then, but today broke his silence on what … Read more
After vacating his UFC welterweight title and walking away from the Octagon, Georges St-Pierre was still training regularly. UFC President Dana White had said he was positive GSP would return, but if there was any chance of that before, a new tear of his ACL and subsequent surgery could make a comeback for the 32-year-old Canadian even less plausible.
With UFC top welterweight contender Johny Hendricks set to face off against Robbie Lawler this weekend for the 170 pound strap, there’s a very good chance the Oklahoma wrestler-turned-MMA fighter could become the next UFC champion. He’s coming off a remarkable performance against former title-holder Georges St-Pierre — a performance that sent the champ into at least a semi-retirement.
It was announced a few hours ago that Vitor Belfort would not be challenging UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman for the title in the main event of UFC 173 that’s set to take place in May. The UFC stated that Belfort agreed to withdraw from the bout in an earlier statement, so Belfort took to Facebook to provide his input on the situation