Watch UFC 204 PPV live stream online

UFC 204: Bisping vs. Henderson 2 takes place Saturday night, Oct. 8, from Manchester, England. Middleweight champ Michael Bisping looks for revenge in his first title defense against legend Dan Henderson, who plans to retire win-or-lose following the fight. Top middleweights Gegard Mousasi and Vitor Belfort square off in the co-main event. If you want … Read more

Watch UFC 199: Rockhold vs. Bisping 2 PPV live stream online

UFC 199: Rockhold vs. Bisping 2 takes place Saturday, June 4, 2016, from The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. Middleweight champion Luke Rockhold will put his belt on the line in a rematch against “The Count” Michael Bisping in the main event. Bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz will once again clash with his nemesis Urijah Faber for … Read more

DISH Network drops UFC, won’t be offering UFC 186 pay-per-view

If you’re a DISH Network subscriber and were looking forward to ordering the “UFC 186: Johnson vs. Horiguchi” pay-per-view this weekend (surely there were at least a few of you), you’ll have to find an alternate viewing method. DISH Network has chosen not to renew its distribution agreement with the UFC — at least for … Read more

Dana White admits to declining UFC pay-per-view numbers, says ‘no value’ in buying Bellator

UFC President Dana White spoke at the ’14 NeuLion Sports Media & Technology Conference this week and touched on a number of subjects, including the company’s declining Pay-Per-View numbers. While White admitted the numbers were down, he also said there’s a lot more to the UFC business model than PPV. From Sports Business Daily: ‚ÄúThis … Read more

Poll: Is ‘cursed’ UFC 177 Pay-Per-View card still worth buying?

One day before the UFC 177 Pay-Per-View event in Sacramento, the card loses one of its headliners, Renan Barao, as well as well as the bout between Henry Cejudo and Scott Jorgensen. Barao and Cejudo both had complications cutting weight. Also, because Joe Soto has been plucked from the preliminary card to fill in for … Read more

The UFC continues its attack upon Pay-Per-View piracy, subpoenas two popular websites

The UFC’s retaliatory war against Pay-Per-View pirates continues. Zuffa has served the websites Justin.tv and Ustream.tv with subpoenas commanding them to reveal the identities of persons who have uploaded live UFC Pay-Per-View events to their websites.