Frankie Edgar: I look forward to being Lightweight champion again

UFC Lightweight challenger speaks to Karyn Bryant and Kenny Florian via FuelTV.com, addressing the issue of dealing with champion Ben Henderson’s size in their rematch. He thought that he fought very well in the first fight, but thinks he needs to deal with the always-effective kicks of Benson Henderson a bit better. When asked about his time as the number one contender after being the Lightweight champion for almost two years, Edgar responded:
“Yeah of course, you get pretty accustomed to being

Sonnen: It is real easy to win, but you gotta know how to lose

On last night’s UFC on FuelTV: Munoz vs. Weidman weigh-in show, Chael Sonnen assisted Jay Glazer and Stephan Bonnar and addressed some of the issues that resulted from his recent loss to Anderson “Spider” Silva at UFC 148.
The main topic was the knee to the chest that he took from Spider, many fans watching live mistook it for a knee to the head and hence, an illegal strike: “The knee really hurt. All those shots hurt. But here’s the reality, we don’t do instant replay in this sport, and

UFC on FX 4: Guida vs. Maynard Weigh-In Video and Results

The weigh-in results are official for tomorrow nights UFC on FX 4 card, and all but one fighter came in on-point. Gray Maynard will look to regain a high spot in the stacked Lightweight division against Clay Guida in the main event. Here are the full results:
Main Card (FX, 9:00 PM ET)-Gray Maynard (155.0) vs. Clay Guida (155.5)-Sam Stout (155.5) vs. Spencer Fisher (156.0)-Brian Ebersole (170.0) vs. T.J. Waldburger (170.5)-Ross Pearson (146.0) vs. Cub Swanson (145.5)
Preliminary Card (Fuel TV, 6:00 PM

Four reasons why it would be great to see Brock Lesnar in the UFC again

UFC President Dana White said that former Heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar requested to have a “sit-down” with him over a potential return to UFC after UFC 146. Unfortunately, according to White: “The meeting that we had didn’t really go very well. It wasn’t a great meeting. It was probably one of the worst meetings we’ve ever had with Brock Lesnar. I honestly have not talked to him since, so I don’t know where we are at. So, all the stuff you are seeing on the Internet is

Rumor: Brock Lesnar will return to the UFC in 2012

News broke today that Brock Lesnar indeed may return to the UFC after showing his face ringside at UFC 146. The much-discussed former UFC champion recently made another foray into the world of WWE after suffering a TKO loss to Alistair Overeem at UFC 141. Many thought that Lesnar was indeed finished with MMA, as diverticulitis and two vicious knockouts in a row began to take their toll. However, today it appears that is not the case.
Soon after UFC 146, rumors swirled about Dana White meeting with Lesnar.

Brock Lesnar ringside at UFC 146, hinting at possible return

 
In what was something of a surprise last night, former UFC Heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar was on hand at UFC 146, sitting ringside This may have hinted at a possible return for the well-known former titleholder who recently returned to the WWE Seen most recently being knocked out in the first round by Alistair Overeem last December, he retired after and was seemingly finished with his short, mercurial MMA career.
However, this may not be the case, as Dana White hinted at courtesy of a report via

Chael Sonnen talks his latest training methods, led by "Stone Cold" Steve Austin

Last week we saw a rare calm interview with Chael P. Sonnen. This week he is back to his fight-promoting ways. In this video excerpt from TSN’s “Off the Record,” Sonnen explains his personal trainer from his last 3 fights, former WWE champion “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. Apparently Sonnen asked Austin for advice when he was heded down to Brazil as public enemy number one, somthing that has since been changed with his bout versus Anderson Silva now in Las Vegas, NV. Of course Sonnen adds his own theatrics to