UFC 164 preview: Why Ben Henderson will avenge previous loss to Anthony Pettis

Former UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson

The UFC 164 PPV will also take place this week on Saturday night and will take place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The main event will feature a rematch from the final WEC event which took place in 2010 between a pair of lightweights in Ben Henderson and Anthony Pettis.

Tyron Woodley vs. Josh Koscheck added to UFC 167

UFC officials have announced another fight for the upcoming UFC 167 event that’s slated for November 16 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. A welterweight scrap between Tyron Woodley and Josh Koscheck has been verbally agreed upon to take place on the card.

UFC on FOX Sports: Everything you need to know about FOX Sports 1 & 2

What is FOX Sports 1? FOX Sports 1 is America‚Äôs newest sports network, a national 24-hour cable channel being launched by FOX on August 17, 2013. What is FOX Sports 2? FUEL TV will be rebranded as FOX Sports 2 starting August 17. The new network will feature live fights, weigh-ins, UFC Ultimate Insider and … Read more

Dana White: Silva vs. Weidman II would be biggest fight in UFC history

UFC President Dana White talks about the potential rematch between former UFC midddleweight champion Anderson Silva and the new champion Chris Weidman. He thinks Silva lost the fight because he was clowning around, but also believes the rematch will be the biggest fight in UFC history.

Why Anderson Silva will defeat Chris Weidman at UFC 162

UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva

The UFC 162 PPV event is set to take place on Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. It’ll be headlined by the middleweight title fight between champion Anderson Silva and undefeated challenger Chris Weidman. Read on to see why Silva will retain his middleweight title by defeating Weidman at UFC 162.

UFC 161 Dana White post-fight media scrum *Video*

Dana White, UFC

UFC President Dana White spoke with the media after the UFC 161 post-fight press conference. He touched on several topics, including Roy Nelson’s future with the UFC, Anthony Pettis’s injury, referee Steve Mazzagatti’s performance at the World Series of Fighting 3 event, and much much more