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The UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) is the world’s largest MMA promotion and LowKickMMA provides daily UFC news and exclusives.  Beginning in 1993 the UFC introduced organized and sanctioned MMA to the United States. The promotion set out with the goal of finding the ultimate fighting champion pitting all disciplines of martial arts against each other in a tournament-style with a champion crowned on the night.

Since then the UFC and its ruleset have evolved to what you see today. A rankings system where fighters compete climbing the rankings to attain a championship belt. With health and safety for their athletes being a number one priority, The UFC in 2015 partnered with the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) to independently monitor testing of its athletes.

Producing the largest stars in the MMA space such as Conor McGregor, Ronda Rousey, Nate Diaz and Jon Jones, The UFC continues to cement itself as the premier organization in the sport and as the largest Pay-Per-View event provider in the world.

Here at LowKick MMA we provide you with all the latest updates from the worlds leading mixed martial arts organization.

UFC on Fuel TV 4 Results Recap: Chris Weidman destroys Mark Munoz

Tonight UFC on Fuel TV 4 presented a card that had the potential to answer several questions for the future of the UFC, namely in the hotly contested UFC Middleweight division after Anderson Silva made his claim as the undisputed champion for the time being. Wrestling has always been the perceived skillset that seemed to have the best chance, if any, to defeat the legendary champion. The main event between Chris Weidman promised to deliver on several fonts. Of course Chris Weidman came out to overpower

UFC on FUEL TV 4: Fighter Bonuses and Attendance

The attendance and post-fight bonuses have been announced for tonight's UFC on Fuel TV 4: Munoz vs. Weidman. from the HP Pavillion in San Jose, California. Bonuses of $40,000 each, were awarded for Submission of the Night, Knockout of the Night and Fight of the Night to Alex Caceres, Chris Weidman, Joey Beltran and James Te Huna. The total bonus payout for this event came to $160,000. UFC President Dana White gave the attendance as 4,250 at the post fight press conference and said: "It was a great event

Freddie Roach: Georges St-Pierre will be at the Wild Card next week working boxing

Hall of fame boxing trainer Freddie Roach gives MMA fans a update on Georges St-Pierre and says the UFC middleweight champion will be at the Wild Card this week to train boxing   In association with Fight Hub

Mark Munoz: The Comeback Video

In this video from Xyience.com, UFC Middleweight Mark Munoz chronicles his return from the elbow surgery that derailed him from a possible number-one contender's spot earlier this year. Munoz is never one to dwell on the past however, and says he has been training to get back to the shape he was in when he destroyed Chris Leben in England last fall.  After his time off, he was up to 240 lbs. with a long road ahead to make 185. His training team at Reign has much to do with his success. Munoz will now

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

Mark Munoz: After Weidman, I deserve a title shot

MMA H.E.A.T.'s Karyn Bryant sat down with UFC Middleweight Mark Munoz and asked the "Filipino Wrecking Machine" about his upcoming fight with Chris Weidman, set for the main event at UFC ON FUEL TV, tomorrow night. Additionally, Munoz gives his thoughts about where he thinks he stands in the pecking order for a chance to fight for the title.For tomorrow night's opponent, Chris Weidman, Munoz had nothing but praise: "He lost a lot of weight, around 30 lbs right before the fight (with Damien Maia), that's

Frankie Edgar: 155 Reasons Full Trailer

This trailer video from Gaspari Nutrition showcases former UFC Lightweight champion and his quest to retain his belt this August at UFC 150. The trailer is quite in-depth, speaking to Edgar's trainers about his work ethic and willingness to fight in a tough weight class. Much has been made for the call for Edgar to move down to the Featherweight division. Edgar's coach Renzo Gracie states that he has never seen someone train as hard as Edgar, while Ricardo Almeida makes an appearance to say that he still

NSAC’s Kizer to Silva: If you do that again, you are done in Nevada

It was reported yesterday that Chael Sonnen's head trainer, Scott McQuarry was appealing his fighter's loss to UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva at UFC 148 on several grounds. The Nevada State Athletic Commission's director, Keith Kizer, said there were no grounds for an appeal, but that does not mean that the Champion is in NSAC's good graces.The buildup to UFC 148 was characterized by a bitter rivalry, the likes of which had never been seen in the history of MMA.Sonnen's trash talking became

Medical Suspensions from UFC 148, Sonnen and Griffin top the list

The Nevada State Athletic Commission has confirmed with Lowkick.com that 11 fighters from UFC 148 have been suspended for medical reasons. Chael Sonnen and Forrest Griffin who each fought different bouts in the Co-main event, are at the top of the list. Sonnen lost his rematch to UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva by TKO, while Griffin defeated UFC Hall of Famer Tito Ortiz in Ortiz's farewell bout. The medical suspensions are as follows: -Chael Sonnen is suspended until 08/07/12 with no contact until

Chael Sonnen’s coach Scott McQuarry demands rematch with Anderson Silva, files appeal with NSAC

While Chael Sonnen had appeared quite graceful and respectful after losing handily to UFC Middleweight champion Anderson Silva at UFC 148, news comes today that his team may have plans that are quite the opposite. Sonnen's head trainer Scott McQuarry spoke out today, explaining that he has filed a claim with the NSAC stemming from what he believes was an illegal knee by Silva to the downed Sonnen. Already one of the most hotly debated topics in MMA, the knee was ruled to have struck Sonnen in the chest