Conor McGregor didn't compete Saturday night at UFC 222, but he sure was busy on social media over the weekend, taking aim at two potential opponents on Twitter. McGregor first went after Max Holloway on Sunday night after the latter posted a heartfelt message to Frankie Edgar.
We haven't seen Brock Lesnar in the octagon since 2016, when he won but ultimately tested positive for a banned substance.
Cris Cyborg will be aiming to defend her UFC women's featherweight title with a 10th straight victory when she takes on newcomer Yana Kunitskaya on Saturday as a heavy -1600 favourite on the UFC 222 odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.
It's difficult to make sense of what's gone on in the UFC's middleweight division over the past couple of years, but one thing is sure: The UFC needs a rematch between Robert Whittaker and Yoel Romero to set things right and move forward.
The conditions have never been better for the UFC to deliver multiple bouts between champions from different weight classes, Aaron Bronsteter writes.
UFC 222 might soon to be looking for a new main event. According to a report from Brett Okamoto of ESPN, featherweight champion Max Holloway suffered an injury that will prevent him from defending his title against Frankie Edgar on March 3 in Las Vegas.
Jacare Souza KO's Derek Brunson in the first round of UFC Charlotte with a nasty head kick
White touched on a wide range of subjects during interview Friday with The Associated Press ahead of UFC 220.