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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 FOX 2 Wrap-Up and Bonuses

The UFC held UFC on FOX 2 on Saturday night in Chicago. The event took place in front of a sold out United Center and marked the first time the promotion had held an event in the Chicago area since UFC 90 was held at the Allstate Center in Rosemont, IL. During the event Rashad Evans punched his ticket to face UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones with a win over Phil Davis. Chael Sonnen earned a title shot as well, defeating Michael Bisping, setting up a bout against UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson

UFC on FOX 2 Recap: Rashad Evans and Chael Sonnen punch their tickets for...

In the days leading up to UFC on FOX 2 the level of trash talk between Rashad Evans and Phil Davis became elevated, Chael Sonnen’s self promotion reached new levels, Michael Bisping was, well, Michael Bisping and Demian Maia and Chris Weidman lurked in the background. By the time the three main card fights had come to an end it felt like the hype had been much more interesting than the fights themselves. Rashad Evans did deliver what he said he would in the days leading up to the fight, he showed

Chael Sonnen to Michael Bisping: fighting Chael Sonnen may be hazardous to one’s health

The UFC will return to FOX on Saturday night wen they present UFC on FOX 2 from Chicago’s United Center and while the main event between Rashad Evans and Phil Davis has been highly anticipated, it seems the co-main event may be more anticipated.  The co-main event will feature middleweight fighter Chael Sonnen and Michael Bisping squaring off for a shot at Anderson Silva’s UFC Middleweight crown. To the chagrin of some and he relief to others, the trash talk between the two never reached

Rashad Evans: If Jon Jones comes into the cage I won’t say he ruined...

In the days leading up to Saturday’s UFC on FOX 2 the war of words between light heavyweight fighters Rashad Evans and Phil Davis has taken a turn toward the aggressive with both fighters engaging in the trash talk.  As the fight nears both fighters have put the verbal warfare to the side and are instead focusing on the task at hand, getting one step closer to a fight with the current UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones. Evans took time out of his training for the fight to speak to

Dana White: I’m not afraid of the internet

UFC on FOX 2 is set to take place on Saturday at Chicago’s United Center. The press conference for the event took place on Thursday, after which UFC President Dana White took some time out of his busy schedule to discuss a few topics with MMAFighting.com’s Ariel Helwani. Among the subjects that were discussed by White were the personality and actions of Chael Sonnen who ramped things up a bit at the press conference by bringing a UFC championship belt with him to the dais. From there he spoke

Rashad Evans vs. Phil Davis Head to Head: Who will win at UFC on...

This Saturday a possible shot at the UFC Light Heavyweight title will be on the line when Rashad Evans and Phil Davis face off at Chicago’s United Center in the main event of UFC on FOX 2. While many fans seem to be focusing on the evening’s co-main event, a fight that will pit Chael Sonnen against Michael Bisping, that does not mean that the fight between Evans and Davis is one that should be missed. This is a big test for both fighters, it will go a long way toward deciding of the Evans, the

Chael Sonnen walks around with a replica UFC belt, says Anderson Silva is a...

In just a few days Chael Sonnen will face Michael Bisping in the co-main event of Saturday’s UFC on FOX 2 fight card. As with most UFC cards, the days before the event are full of media responsibilities, today Sonnen appeared on Dan Le Batard’s show, “Dan Le Batard is…Highly Questionable.” When Sonnen appeared on camera one thing became immediately clear, he had taken his claim that he is the UFC Middleweight Champion to another level, as he had a UFC belt hanging over his

So Long Jorge Posada

Jorge Posada made it official and hung up his cleats with an emotional farewell. Posada has been around for almost as long as...

Rashad Evans to Phil Davis: I know you aren’t a fighter

When it was announced that Michael Bisping would be replacing the injured Mark Munoz in the co-main event for Saturday’s UFC on FOX 2 fight card, many thought that the verbal warfare between those two fights would be the focus in the days leading up to the fight. That has not come to be.  Instead, the fighters in the main event, Rashad Evans and Phil Davis have taken center stage with their verbal exchanges. During last week’s media call, Evans answered a question regarding the fight by

Chael Sonnen's trainer: Bisping breaks easily, he's mentally weak

UFC Middleweight competitors Chael Sonnen and Michael Bisping will face off at Chicago’s United Center on Saturday night when the promotion presents UFC on FOX 2. In a somewhat unexpected turn, Sonnen has mostly taken the high road in the days leading up to this event, not engaging in a great deal of the trash talk that has almost become expected of Sonnen. While Sonnen has not engaged in a war of words with Bisping, members of his camp have picked up the gauntlet, namely Sonnen’s trainer Scott