UFC’s Thrill and Agony series will return with intimate and unseen footage of the behind the scenes clips we have come to love. Frankie Edgar’s reaction to his loss, Brian Ortega’s elation after knocking Frankie out, and Cris Cyborg’s thoughts on her latest win are sure to be included. Check out the preview.
Check out the Dana White post fight press conference piece courtesy of MMAFighting.
Frankie Edgar suffered his first ever KO loss last night at UFC 222 to the surprise of everyone at the hands of Brian Ortega. Check out the amazing fight highlights.
Cris Cyborg successfully defended her featherweight championship at UFC 222 against Yuna Kunitskaya despite being in trouble early. Check out the video highlights of the bout.
Last night UFC 222 delivered in many ways and one of the biggest moments was long time fighter Frankie Edgar getting crushed by Brian Ortega in the first round, Cris Cyborg successfully defended her featherweight title and topped the payout list. Check out the full fight press conference via MMAWeekly.
UFC 222 takes place Saturday night, March 3, at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Women’s featherweight champion Cris Cyborg puts her belt and unbeaten UFC record on the line against Russian standout Yana Kunitskaya. In the co-main event former lightweight champ Frankie Edgar takes on undefeated submission ace Brian Ortega. The UFC 222 pay-per-view card … Read more
UFC 222 goes down Saturday night from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Cris Cyborg returns to put her featherweight title on the line against former Invicta FC bantamweight champ Yana Kunitskaya in the main event. Also, former lightweight champ Frankie Edgar steps in against Brian Ortega in the featherweight co-main event. Here’s how to watch … Read more
Sure, we’re not getting Cyborg vs Nunes, but it may happen down the line. For now we are getting Invicta FC champion Yana Kunistkaya vs UFC featherweight champ Cris Cyborg at UFC 222 on Saturday, March 3rd. We reportedly almost had Frankie Edgar vs Conor McGregor if you believe Conor’s tweets that he offered to face Frankie. Regardless, this should be a solid card. Check it out.
Frankie Edgar (22-5) is one of the most well-rounded fighters the UFC has ever known and is still near the top of his game at age 36, losing just once in the last five years. While Brian Ortega has never actually lost in the octagon (13-0, 1 NC), Edgar represents a step-up in competition for the 26-year-old, … Read more
Max Holloway was forced to remove himself from UFC 222 after a leg injury leaving his opponent Frankie Edgar without a partner in the Octagon. Edgar was scheduled for a title shot but it evaporated after the withdrawal. He took to Instagram to vent in a very Edgar way by infusing positivity in to it. … Read more