UFC 25 video: ‘We are Live: The Story of UFC Live Experience and Those Who Bring it to Life’

UFC officials recently announced that the promotion’s Emmy-nominated short film series, “UFC 25 Years in Short,” is no longer exclusive to UFC Fight Pass. Originally released in 2018, the compilation of 25 short films was produced to celebrate the UFC’s 25th anniversary. In April, the docuseries received a Sports Emmy Award nomination in the “Outstanding […]

Israel Adesanya had to dig deep against Kelvin Gastelum, and those depths were the revelation

Early last year, Israel Adesanya quietly took out Rob Wilkinson in his UFC debut, and then — in a bold and ultimately symbolic act — proceeded to mark his territory in the Octagon. That was at UFC 221, and people compared him at first glance to Jon Jones. Fifteen pay-per-views later, at UFC 236 in […]

Clay Guida: Only B.J. Penn, those around him can decide when his time in MMA is up

The year is 2019. But it could have been 2009. Or 2005. For Clay Guida, a chance to fight B.J. Penn, a UFC Hall of Fame member, was not one he was going to pass up. It doesn’t matter what Penn’s recent results look like. “First of all, all the incredible fights that B.J. put […]

Jeremy Stephens opening up about mental health to inspire those in ‘dark place’ like he was

LAS VEGAS — At UFC 235 media day, Jeremy Stephens discusses his fight against Zabit Magomedsharipov, the hype behind Magomedsharipov, his battles with mental health, and much more. View full post on MMA Fighting – All Posts

Fedor was so close to a perfect ending, and yet we all know how hard those are to come by

It’s an unofficial statistic, but MMA is something like 0-for-4,563 when it comes to giving its fighters storybook endings. The latest to get a shot was Fedor Emelianenko, who at 42 years old was trying to become Bellator’s heavyweight champion on Saturday night at Bellator 214, against all odds and decorum. Had he beat Ryan […]

NSAC Extends Temporary Suspensions for Those Involved in UFC 229 Post-Fight Brawl

Those involved in the post-fight melee following the UFC 229 headliner could have their fates decided in December by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. View full post on Recent News on Sherdog.com

Chuck Liddell challenges critics of training footage to ‘take one of those kicks’

LOS ANGELES – Chuck Liddell is reinvigorated as the final days begin to wind down for his trilogy bout with Tito Ortiz, and he believes it’s going to show in his performance. It’s been more than eight years since former UFC light heavyweight champ Liddell (21-8) retired from the sport. He will return to competition for […]

Here’s what Darren Till’s daughter thinks about all those MMA trolls

Darren Till’s daughter has been listening to all those folks who’ve been questioning her dad’s duty to family, and she’s not impressed. Today, Till’s progeny finally got her own word in on the controversy that’s simmered over a recent interview. She’s got a message for those who want to question her father (via Instagram). “I’m […]

Dan Hooker says ‘dehydration’ led to Gilbert Burns KO: ‘Those shots shouldn’t be knocking a guy out’

LAS VEGAS — Dan Hooker speaks to the media at UFC 226 about his knockout win over Gilbert Burns, why he’s not happy with the finish, where he goes next from here, and much more. View full post on MMA Fighting – All Posts

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