Volkmann’s decision to fight irresponsible, selfish, moronic and arrogant

The controversy of Jacob Volkman not telling anyone about his blackout and seizure prior to his WSOF 3 bout with Lyle Beerbohm may be a stigma he will have to live with for some time. It is just one of those things that can’t be ignored; kind of like Kanye West, only more annoying.

UFC ON FUEL TV 10 DELIVERS NET’S MOST-WATCHED PRIME AND SECOND MOST-WATCHED LIVE FIGHT EVER

Nielsen Media Research shows UFC ON FUEL TV 10: NOGUEIRA VS. WERDUM, which aired on Saturday, June 8, was not only the highest-rated FUEL TV event to date, but also its most-watched prime time event ever. It was also the second most-watched live UFC fight in their history for both total viewers and in the key Men 18-49 demographic.

John Cholish retires after UFC on FX 8, criticizes UFC payment of fighters

John Cholish

John Cholish retires from the sport of MMA. He cited the major factor in his decision was not only the issue of pay for fighters, but also that time he spent away from friends and family was not worth trading just for the love of the sport. It is clear this was not a decision he made on the fly. He stated it was a decision he came to over the past year.

Bellator MMA signs Matt Riddle in undisclosed deal with Legacy Fighting Championship (UPDATED)

The issue of marijuana usage aside, Matt Riddle is a household name in the MMA world. The UFC released Riddle from his contract after the fiasco with his drug test failures and the consequential fallout with UFC President Dana White. Matt Riddle has signed with Bellator MMA.

Shinya Aoki becomes new lightweight champion at ONE FC: Kings & Champions

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One FC has a new lightweight champion. Koketsu Boku lost his 155 pound title as submission specialist Shinya Aoki tapped him out in the second round via rear naked choke in the “ONE FC: Kings & Champions” main event held Friday, April 5, in Singapore.

Tate-Zingano co-main event fight pulled from UFC Sweden card

American fight fans realize there are a ton of reasons fights just do not happen. Sometimes a fighter may get injured. There have been incidents where fighters have been arrested. But what do you do when faced with a political reason for a fight not to occur?

Jason Fischer replaces injured Tiger Sarnavskiy in $100,000 Bellator Lightweight Tournament Semifinals

Fight fans watching Tiger Sarnavskiy fight in the Bellator Lightweight Quarterfinal know two things. Tiger won the match. And, he also fractured his hand. The bittersweet victory means he will not be able to participate in the Season 8 Lightweight Tournament and he will be replaced. This news was relayed Monday evening via Twitter by Bellator CEO Bjorn Rebney.

‘ONE FC: Return of Warriors’ streams LIVE online Saturday, February 2

This weekend ONE Fighting Championship will crown their first-ever featherweight champion. “ONE FC 7: Return of Warriors” will broadcast LIVE via online Pay-Per-View Saturday, Feb. 2, at www.onefc.livesport.tv for $9.99.

MFC announces new bantamweight division to debut in May, first signee is Anthony Birchak

MFC has spent the last year breathing life into their fledgling featherweight division. It has also focused on reigniting its heavyweight ranks in order to support the stable of continually growing fighters out there. Keeping with the theme, and continuing to build momentum, MFC announced its launch of the newly-formed bantamweight division and the first … Read more

Road to GLORY USA kicks off with light heavyweight tournament in Oklahoma on February 1

The forthcoming ROAD TO GLORY fight series created by GLORY to seek out the next generation of America’s fight stars will kick off with an eight-man, single-elimination light heavyweight tournament on Saturday, February 1 at The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma.