The "Ruthless" one lives up to his nickname.
Ryan Gracie lives up to his name as the clan’s unrivaled wild man.
The first video sensation to turn fight professional was a cop named Sean Gannon. His lone UFC match be may forgotten, but his story shouldn’t.
A tribute to the one and only New York Badass.
Looking back on the knee strike that kept Ralph Gracie away from an MMA ring for good.
Zane Simon, Connor Ruebusch, and Phil Mackenzie are back and watching the best of the worst of MMA, with an emphasis on the UFC, Pride, Strikeforce, and the WEC.
Right leg, limp. Left leg, concussion.
The BJJ legend’s book hits shelves August 10th
A rewind to that moment when most of us likely first heard about Uriah Hall.
When UFC 1 and new-fashioned prizefighting meets Kimbo Slice’s backyard brawls.
Dozens of letters attributed to Bruce Lee document international shipments and orders of cocaine and other drugs.
"Daniel Miyagi has arrived in the Octagon" (Goldberg, 2004)
Looking back to a time when an extra fresh-faced Stephen Thompson lit up his opponent like a Christmas tree.
Recently revealed letters from Bruce Lee allegedly detail international drug shipments to Hong Kong.
How about another comeback KO story?
Remember when Matt Brown TKOd Pete Sell twice in one fight?
The early days of the UFC were more about heart and guts, as exhibited by Ron Waterman and Andre Roberts.
Check out the PFL’s Rory MacDonald talk about the greatest fights in his storied career.
Watch a 19-year-old Leon Edwards get the job done with poise during his professional MMA debut.
A rewind to one of the most vicious knockouts in MMA history.
Let’s all look back on this 2013 classic between two respected heavyweights.
A personal favorite among El Cucuy’s many barnburners.
A look back on Diego Sanchez’s better days.
Size doesn’t always matter.
Looking back on the night when Ben "Funky" Askren introduced himself to the MMA world.
Way before Jorge Masvidal, MVP, and Cory Sandhagen, Norifumi ‘Kid’ Yamamoto was already starching people with the flying knee.
An oldie but goodie from the heavyweight archives.