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UFC 185 'Fight Motion' video with dos Anjos, Jedrzejczyk title upsets

Check out the “Fight Motion” super-slow-motion highlights of the UFC’s most recent pay-per-view event.

The UFC and FOX Sports highlights captured four big fights at UFC 185, which took place March 14 in Dallas. 154 more words


Dana White on Rafael Dos Anjos "Beating Pettis is a big deal"

Dana White discusses Rafael Dos Anjos’ lightweight title win, who’s next in line, Joanna Jedrzejczyk’s women’s Strawweight title win, Roy Nelson’s toughness, Alistair Overeem vs Junior Dos Santos and more.


UFC 185: Rafael dos Anjos and Valuing Performance over Personality

Entering UFC 185, Anthony Pettis had it all going for him.

Lightweight champion? Check. Wheaties box? Check. Reebok deal? Check.

Stylish outside the cage and supremely talented inside of it, the 28-year-old Milwaukee native was coming off a dominant victory over a dangerous opponent and eager to establish himself as not only the ruler of his division, but also as the potential “Pay-Per-View King” of the company.  1,016 more words


UFC 185 Recap: The Changing of the Guards

Two undisputed UFC titles changed hands last night for the first time since UFC 46 in January 2004 (which ironically I watched this past week on my UFC Fight Pass subscription).   783 more words


Johny Hendricks not 'going to lie,' wants champ Robbie Lawler at Houston's UFC 192

DALLAS – In a perfect world, former UFC welterweight champion Johny Hendricks will fight twice in 2015, never leave his home state, and have the belt back around his waist by year’s end. 599 more words


UFC 185: Johny Hendricks vs. Matt Brown fight video highlights

DALLAS – Johny Hendricks wasn’t very happy with it, but his win over Matt Brown may have been his ticket back to a shot at the title he once held. 118 more words


UFC 185 Post-Fight Presser

Two belts changed hands tonight as Rafael dos Anjos and Joanna Jędrzejczyk claimed UFC gold in Dallas at UFC 185. Catch the new champions along with former champions Anthony Pettis, Carla Esparza reacting to tonight’s fights along with other winners from tonight Johny Hendricks, Alistair Overeem, and Henry Cejudo