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One month from now the first female fight to ever go down inside the UFC Octagon will be finished. We know it’s MMA and anything can happen, so who truly knows who will win, but by the end of the fight we may be seeing a paradigm-shifting focus on the sport we love. Ronda Rousey, [...]
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UFC President Dana White joined members of the media Thursday night to discuss several topics heading into UFC 156. One of the prominent topics discussed was the likelihood of Rashad Evans/Anderson Silva middleweight title fight. The former light-heavyweight champion recently revealed that he would be very interested in facing the long-time middleweight kingpin, even going so far...
UFC President joined members of the media Thursday afternoon at the UFC’s inaugural “Media Day” event for a traditional pre-fight media scrum. White discussed an array of topics including Viacom, UFC 156, what’s next for Silva and the state of MMA officiating.
Watch the media scrum below:
Dana White has never been one to mince words. If there is one thing that the UFC prez has always hated it’s fighters that run away from fights. Which is why his support of Ronda Rousey not fighting Cyborg Santos is incredibly odd to say the least.
Dana’s first vlog for UFC 156 is a behind the scenes look at UFC on FOX 6.
From backstage at UFC on FOX 6 to the UFC 156 media day and weigh-ins. Check out these videos before the fights start tonight.
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According to UFC president Dana White, Randy Couture (Pictured) ain’t the greatest thing since sliced bread. As a matter of fact, White is glad the UFC Hall of Famer has joined forces with Spike TV and Bellator MMA, the UFC’s biggest rival, because that means he no longer has to deal with “Captain America” – wait up, don’t call Couture that.
“Randy Couture comes...
After losing another championship fight via decision where he thought he had done enough to win, a disappointed Frankie Edgar (Pictured) said it was too soon to decide whether he’d return to the lightweight division where he recently held the title or remain in the featherweight class.
Unfortunately (or fortunately) for “The Answer,” UFC president Dana White saw enough in Saturday’s...
Now that “UFC 156: Aldo vs. Edgar” is officially in the books, make sure to stream tonight’s post-fight press conference live right here on 5thRound.com.
The presser is scheduled to start at approximately 1:30AM ET/10:30PM PT.
In addition to UFC president Dana White (Pictured) and the card’s featured fighters, the other notable athletes who won’t require medical attention...
FightMetric, the official number crunchers for the Ultimate Fighting Championship, will look to enhance fan experience by providing UFC Fighter Rankings. Ninety members from the mixed martial arts media worldwide will be polled to create a pecking order for each division.
Voting will be open to media immediately after each live event, with results made available on UFC.com within...
Remember last weekend when UFC president Dana White said he had something planned for middleweight king Anderson Silva that did not involve top contender Chris Weidman?
“We’re waiting on something and want to see if this thing pans out,” White stated. “When we’re ready to announce it, we’ll announce it. [Silva] will defend his title, but it won’t be a super fight...
Featherweight king Jose Aldo must be wondering why these lightweights think they can beat him. After defending his crown against former 155-pound champion Frankie Edgar at UFC 156, Anthony Pettis (Pictured) texted UFC president Dana White and said he was willing to give up his lightweight top contender spot for a shot at “Scarface.”
Pettis finally secured an opportunity at the...