The UFC stays on the road, this time traveling to Salt Lake City in Nevada.
The Welterweight title is on the line in the main event as Kamaru Usman looks to make his sixth consecutive title defense against Leon Edwards, who has put together a ten-fight unbeaten streak of his own.
The UFC had a star studded card last weekend in UFC 267, broadcast free on ESPN+! With two title fights and a star’s return last weekend, they will try to […]
Just hours ago, it was announced that Welterweight champion Kamaru Usman and Colby Covington will finally meet in their long awaited rematch. The fight will take place at UFC 268 […]
Kamaru Usman further solidified his status as Welterweight elite by furiously KOing Jorge Masvidal in their rematch. This improved Usman to 19-1 with 14 UFC wins and four title defenses. […]
Welcome back to the Post-Fight report card, where I will be breaking down the results and assigning each fighter a letter grade for their performance. This stacked PPV card had […]
by João Mendes Coelho Hi guys, exciting prelims in this event with some really interesting fights to look forward. I’ll leave three fast picks for the first fights and a […]
Last weekend saw an exciting Fight Night event with no shortage of slugfests at the UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas. After nearly three months at the Apex, the UFC […]
April looks to be another impressive month, with three UFC shows lined up, including the Octagon’s return to ABC as well as UFC 261, where Kamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal will run it back.
The champ has stated that Masvidal’s excuse for the defeat is the reason he is pursuing a rematch, as Jorge has repeatedly claimed that the short-notice nature of their first contest was to blame for the defeat. Well, he will have a chance to prove it. Just minutes ago, it was confirmed that Usman and Masvidal will be running it back at UFC 261, set to take place on April 24th.