Bellator MMA has a problem. A big one. Granted, it’s a problem about which only the sport’s most dedicated and fastidious fight watchers would ever possibly care, but it’s a gross problem nonetheless.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship joined forces with the network television powerhouse in 2011 and permanently changed the mixed martial arts landscape.
Giving fighters the freedom to mine new revenue streams could give Bellator MMA a competitive edge when it comes to luring in talent, writes Edward Carbajal.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship needs to take its time when cultivating the stars of tomorrow, writes Anthony Walker.
“The Ultimate Fighter 10” graduate advanced to the 2018 Bellator heavyweight grand prix semifinals at Bellator 194 in February.
The two-time Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion improved to 6-0 with a successful promotional debut at UFC 222.
Winter abruptly evaporated into spring at UFC 222, where Brian Ortega continued to reshape the featherweight division, writes Eric Stinton.
One result seemed practically inevitable. The other was a little more difficult to see coming.
Are you wondering who won the fight last night? Sherdog.com has the latest Ultimate Fighting Championship event covered.
In the aftermath of Bellator 195, here are several matches that ought to be made:
It was a night to remember and a difficult replay to watch.
For those of you wondering “Who is fighting tonight?” and “What time is the fight tonight?” in relation to the latest Ultimate Fighting Championship event, Sherdog.com has you covered.
Amanda Serrano’s pending arrival in mixed martial arts signals an intriguing trend involving female boxers, writes Edward Carbajal.
With all of the embarrassing insanity Jon Jones foisted on us this week, perhaps you forgot there was an Ultimate Fighting Championship pay-per-view on Saturday -- a UFC pay-per-view headlined by a title fight, no less; and this championship fight features one of the most exciting and violent fighters in the sport and perhaps the greatest woman to ever lace up a pair of four-ounce gloves: Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino.
The WBO and IBA light heavyweight champion will do battle with fellow Russian Igor Mikhalkin on Saturday in New York.