UFC debuts at ESPN X Games with UFC 117 and UFC 118 rally cars

For the first-time ever, millions of action sports thrill-seekers will see the UFC and its matching event numbers racing around the ESPN X Games this weekend live on ESPN, all as part of a cross-promotional partnership with PMR Motorsports.

UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva to attend ESPN’s X Games Thursday, July 29, 2010

Las Vegas, NV (USA) – The pound-for-pound greatest fighter in the world, UFC® Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva, is taking time out from his intense training schedule for his upcoming fight at UFC 117 to attend ESPN’s X Games 16 Thursday, July 29, 2010. “The Spider” will be in attendance at the LA Coliseum for the … Read more

MMA Live: 7-22-10

MMA Live details the signing of Jake Shields with the UFC, and what it means for the 170 lbs division. Chael Sonnen checks in prior to the biggest fight of his career against Anderson Silva, and UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture discusses James Toney and his upcoming role in ‘The Expendables.’ Please like & … Read more

MMA Live: 6-24-10 *VIDEO*

MMA Live previews “Strikeforce: Fedor vs. Werdum”, takes a look ahead at “UFC 116: Lesnar vs. Carwin”, recaps WEC 49 and “The Ultimate Fighter 11 Finale”, and takes a look at the news for the week in the world of MMA.

MMA Live: UFC 114 preview (5-27-10)

Jon Anik, Kenny Florian, and Pat Miletich give an overview of the week in MMA and a preview of “UFC 114: Rampage vs. Evans” which takes place Saturday night in Las Vegas. “Rampage” Jackson stops by to share his thoughts on fighting Rashad Evans, and UFC President Dana White also chimes in. “King Mo” Lawal, … Read more

Dana White on ESPN’s ‘B.S. Report’ with Bill Simmons

Continuing with his “UFC 114: Rampage vs. Evans” media blitz, UFC President Dana White appeared on ESPN’s The B.S. Report with Bill Simmons earlier today. There are some good nuggets in here, and as usual some things that may make you shake your head. It’s a 40:00 in-depth interview with “the man” and it’s definitely … Read more