Al Iaquinta clowns on ‘superdork’ Sage Northcutt

Sage Northcutt (7-0) currently attends Texas A&M University where he studies Petroleum Engineering. The 19-year-old Katy, Texas native was also “discovered” by UFC President Dana White putting on a remarkable performance in Legacy FC before signing with the UFC last year. And they captured the whole thing on tape to kick off a new UFC web … Read more

Dana White responds to making GQ’s ‘sleaziest people in sports’ list

When UFC President Dana White got to work on Thursday, his PR team informed him he’d made GQ’s list of the “Top 25 Sleaziest People in Sports”. White came in at no. 8, right between War Machine and Lance Armstrong. Ouch. Their reasoning is thus: “Turns out underpaying your UFC employees, bullying rivals, and generally … Read more

UFC fighters need to stop complaining about pay

Dear Miesha Tate, you signed a contract with Strikeforce which was then bought out by the UFC. According to you, you have one fight left on that contract. So why do you feel your “stock has risen”? Because you won one fight since being in the UFC? And let’s be honest, that was not the … Read more

Nate Diaz: ‘I don’t get paid sh*t and I’m about to tell the world’

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

‘Rampage’ Jackson: ‘I want to go somewhere where they take care of their fighters’

Thirty-four-year-old former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson is gearing up for what he has said will be his final fight inside the UFC Octagon as he takes on Glover Teixeira Saturday, Jan. 26, in the UFC on FOX 6 co-main event in Chicago. During a media conference call Tuesday, Rampage explained why he’s ready to move on from the UFC and turned down their offer of a new contract.

Kampmann earns event high $84,000 at The Ultimate Fighter Live Finale; full pay results

Martin Kampmann earned an event high $84,000 for his second round knockout of fellow welterweight Jake Ellenberger Friday night in The Ultimate Fighter Live Finale headliner at The Pearl at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. Ellenberger took hom $42,000 for his efforts.