Clay Guida announces move down to Featherweight division

Some exciting news comes today as perennial UFC Lightweight fan favorite Clay Guida has announced he will be cutting 10 lbs. to fight in the Featherweight division. “The Carpenter” has always been known for his past-paced, never-quit style, and should provide a great amount of excitement to a division that is quickly getting stronger. Guida had the following to say this morning, cortesy of VFDSports.com:
“The Carpenter is going to explore a new job site at the 145 pound division in the new year. I plan on

Then and Now: What has changed in MMA since 2005?

A long term dynamic develops in every sport that sticks around for a while. A section of the fan base will inevitably compare the play of today to their heroes from yesteryear.  Whether it is the baseball fan that longs for the day where they didn’t have to worry about someone using performance enhancing drugs after every home run, or the football fan that yearns for the era of hard hitting and less complaining in the NFL. One thing is a common factor; this group wishes things would go back to

Frankie Edgar officially moves down to Featherweight

This week’s edition of “UFC Tonight” has confirmed something that has speculated upon for quite some time. Former UFC Lightweight champion Frankie Edgar will indeed make the drop to fight in the 145 lb. division. After spending almost two-and-a-half years fully entrenched in the 155 lb. title scene due to six fights with three rematches, Edgar will now cut weight to make Featherweight.
Recent weeks have shown a ton of controversy surrounding Edgar, as many thought that he had won his

UFC 150 Recap: Benson Henderson retains his belt in Denver, Colorado

UFC 150 took place tonight live from Denver, Colorado, and Lightweight champion Benson Henderson has retained his championship belt in a somewhat controversial split decision over former champ Frankie Edgar. The fight saw Henderson possess an advantage in significant strikes, outlanding Edgar 89 to 62. However, Edgar held a huge advantage in the area of control, with 3 minutes, 15 seconds to a mere 10 seconds by Henderson. Edgar rocked Henderson early in the fight, while the champion landed many leg kicks.