Is Chuck Liddell training for a comeback?

It’s hard to believe MMA legend Chuck Liddell has been retired since 2010, his last fight being a knockout loss to Rich Franklin at UFC 115 in June of that year. In his heyday “The Iceman” went on a seven-fight knockout spree that included stoppages of Tito Ortiz (twice), Vernon White, Randy Couture (twice), Jeremy … Read more

UFC Fight Night 30 post fight news and quotes

The following quotes are from tonight’s UFC POSTFIGHT SHOW ON FOX SPORTS 2for UFC FIGHT NIGHT: MACHIDA VS. MUNOZ. The show was hosted by Jay Glazer, with UFC bantamweight champ Dominick Cruz and light heavyweight Daniel Cormier offering analysis. Gareth A Davies conducted interviews on-site.

MMA Tonight with guests Ben Henderson and Jay Glazer

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UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson came on MMA Tonight Radio this week to discuss his upcoming title bout with former Strikeforce champ Gilbert Melendez scheduled for UFC on Fox 7 in April.

To appeal, retire, or go to WWE: Chael Sonnen addresses the post-UFC 148 rumor mill

Tuesday evening on Fuel TV former UFC no. 1 middleweight contender Chael Sonnen talked about his UFC 148 title fight loss to Anderson Silva over the weekend. To start with, Sonnen addressed the question that went through many people’s minds immediately after the fight: “What the hell were you thinking throwing that spinning backfist?”

Interview: Talking MMA with Fox Sports analyst Jay Glazer

NFL insider and UFC analyst for Fox Sports, Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) recently sat down with ProMMAnow.com (www.prommanow.com) reporter Dan Theodore (@DanTheWolfman) for this in-depth interview about his background in MMA and working as an analyst for the network.

“UFC Tonight” show notes featuring Dana White, UFC 144 preview, and Brittany Palmer in Playboy

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In this week’s “UFC Tonight,” Kenny Florian previews the upcoming UFC 144 in Japan, focusing on the Frankie Edgar-Benson Henderson title fight and the co-main event featuring Rampage Jackson and Ryan Bader. Also, UFC President Dana White’s “Presidential Address” calls out one of sports’ biggest superstars.