World Series of Fighting presents WSOF 25 this evening from Comerica Theatre in Phoenix, Ariz., and featuring an eight-man one-night tournament. Eight lightweights will compete for the number one contender spot in the 155-pound division. We will have live results of all the action right here starting with preliminary card (watch on WSOF.com) at 8 … Read more
The hits keep coming for Titan FC. The scheduled headliner of Titan FC 31 was scrapped on the day of the event after Mike Ricci failed to make weight and his opponent Yoshiyuki Yoshida bailed on the fight. Yoshida has since been released by the company citing contractual violations. Reports are coming in now that the … Read more
The television landscape just broadened once again as news being reported by MMAFighting.com and other outlets say that the Kansas City based promotion Titan FC has singed an agreement to be broadcast on CBS Sports Network. A debut on the network may be set for February 28th with a main event pitting two UFC veterans against each other. The Ultimate Fighter veterans Jorge Gurgel and Mike Ricci are set to meet in Kansas City.
UFC officials officially announced the UFC 165: Jones vs. Gustafsson event a couple of weeks ago, and the event is quickly taking shape. The event is set to take at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Canadian fans will be treated to two UFC title fights with Jon Jones looking to defend his light heavyweight title against Alexander Gustafsson, and Renan Barao looking to defend his interim bantamweight title against Eddie Wineland.
Both Mike Ricci and Colin Fletcher came into their bout at UFC 158 as TUF finalists and both were looking to get their first win in the UFC’s octagon after dropping their UFC debuts. After three rounds of action, it would be Mike Ricci walking away with that coveted first win as he controlled the bout from start to finish to earn a unanimous decision victory.
We’ve managed to assemble a handful of ProMMAnow.com’s staff to share their thoughts and predictions for UFC 158 going down Saturday in Montreal. We’ve got Mr. St-Pierre putting his welterweight title on the line against Mr. happy-go-lucky himself, Nick Diaz. We’ve got Johny Hendricks battling Carlos Condit for a next shot at the title, Then we’ve got Jake Ellenberger and Nate Marquardt breathing down their necks.