VIDEO: Dana White doesn’t give a s**t about Ariel Helwani, meanwhile water is wet

When it was announced that Greg Hardy and Rachel Ostovich were both fighting, not each other, on Saturday’s ESPN+ debut card in Brooklyn the backlash got real. Hardy was convicted of domestic abuse in 2014 but the charges were later dropped when the victim failed to appear in court. His NFL career spiraled out of … Read more

Anthony Smith is not scared of Jon Jones’ pee or jock strap

Anthony Smith is one of the hottest rising stars in the UFC’s 205 pound division. He has finished his last three opponents including two former champions in Shogun Rua and Rashad Evans. There are plenty of fights ahead for the thirty year old but he must stay focused and make the most of his youth. … Read more

Bro: Despite missing weight three times we will still see Dern at strawweight

Things that make you go WTF. Mackenzie Dern may stay at strawweight… In three out of seven fights Mackenzie Dern has missed weight and one of those times was by an unforgivable seven pounds. To any normal person that would be a warning sign and a mandatory move to a higher weight class enforced by … Read more

Romero gives update on injury status and potential return

Yoel Romero appeared on Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show and he was asked about when he may potentially return to the UFC. Romero lost to UFC middleweight champion Robert Whittaker at UFC 225 in a hard hitting back and forth bout. He suffered a few injuries including a broken orbital which must heal before he returns. … Read more

Danis says Khabib can’t beat Conor McGregor

Dillon Danis is Conor McGregor’s jiu jitsu training partner and after rolling with the former two division champion he doesn’t believe lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov can get the job done. Conor faces Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 in his first UFC fight since losing to Floyd Mayweather Jr. in their infamous boxing match. On Ariel Helwani’s MMA Show for ESPN we got to hear Dillon go in to more detail on why he feels Conor is going to win.

Eddie Alvarez says winner of fight with Gaethje will be ‘most violent man’

Former UFC lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez appeared on The MMA Hour in advance of his bout with Justin Gaethje at UFC 218. Alvarez is a top tier fighter and Justin isn’t a slouch by any means. The winner of this fight may be in the title picture but right now the lightweight championship is being held hostage by Conor McGregor. Dana may strip Conor of the title if he doesn’t announce his intentions to return soon so who knows if this could be an interim title bout or not. Check out what Eddie said to Ariel Helwani.