This weeks TV Fighs
Fox Sports 1 - Oct 13 (9PM ET/6PM/PT)
Gerald Washington vs. Amir Mansour

ESPN - Oct 14 (9PM ET/6PM PT)
Devon Alexander vs. Aron Martinez
Lee Selby vs. Fernando Montiel
(IBF featherweight title)

Fox Sports 1 - Oct 14 (10PM ET)
The Ultimate Fighter
Team McGregor vs. Team Faber
New episode every Wednesday

Spike TV - Oct 16 (9PM ET/PT)
Andrzej Fonfara vs. Nathan Cleverly
(light heavyweight)
Kohei Kono vs. Koki Kameda
(WBA super flyweight title)

truTV - Oct 16 (10PM ET/PT)
Seanie Monaghan vs. Donovan George
(light heavyweight)

Telemundo - Oct 16 (11:35PM ET/PT)
David Carmona vs. Ricardo Rodriguez
(jr bantamweight)

NBC - Oct 17 (4PM ET/1PM PT)
Lamont Peterson vs. Felix Diaz

PPV - Oct 17 (9PM ET/6PM/PT)
Gennady Golovkin vs. David Lemieux
(WBA/IBF middleweight unification)
Chocolatito Gonzalez vs. Brian Viloria
(WBC flyweight title)
Luis Ortiz vs. Matias Ariel Vidondo
(WBA interim heavyweight title)
Eamonn O'Kane vs. Tureano Johnson
(IBF middleweight eliminator)

UniMas - Oct 17 (11PM ET/PT)
Jessie Magdaleno vs. Vergel Nebran

Latest News

WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin and his trainer Abel Sanchez spoke to reporters in New York City in advance of Saturday's PPV middleweight unification clash against IBF champion David Lemieux.

TJ Dillashaw Reports Elevation Fight Team is Paying Him to Train With Colorado Camp

Not long after TJ Dillashaw confirmed that he is leaving Team Alpha Male to train with the Elevation Fight Team in Colorado, the UFC champ has also relayed that he will be compensated to do so.

On Tuesday, Dillashaw announced that he has decided to leave the Sacramento based TAM, and will be training with Elevation Fight Team, as well as Duane Ludwig in the Denver region. The announcement comes after the latter–who used to be the head coach for TAM–has publicly quarrelled with the team’s founder, Urijah Faber.

Dillashaw the UFC bantamweight star revealed the Elevation Fight Team will be compensating him to train with the Colorado camp

“Now, Elevation Fight Team came to me and they want to pay me some good money to train with them,” Dillashaw said. “They’re offering to pay me to train, instead of me paying to train. This sport is growing so much that that’s the way I feel like it should be. We’re professional athletes. I feel like I got treated better in college wrestling. I had a physical therapist on hand at all times, no matter what, when I was in college. And that’s not where MMA is at yet.”

The 29 year-old champion also argued that any other fighter who was offered this deal would take it. The accomplished wrestler also said most of the members of TAM understand why he’s elected to leave the renowned camp.

Dillashaw is scheduled to fight former champ Dominick Cruz on January 17th.

Ronda Rousey talks to Jimmy about making Floyd Mayweather remember her and how much faster she could have taken out Bethe Correia.

A lookahead to the October 17 middleweight championship unification bout between Gennady Golovkin and David Lemieux.

UFC 192: Daniel Cormier Narrowly Gets by Alexander Gustafsson in Thriller

Just as he did with Jon Jones in 2013, Alexander Gustafsson pushed Daniel Cormier to his limits tonight at UFC 192, but the challenger failed to secure the light-heavyweight title.

Cormier constantly pressured Gustafsson throughout the fight, and punished him in the clinch, but the latter out struck the champ from the outside as expected. The challenger even managed to take the decorated wrestler down a couple of times. At one point, Gustafsson floored Cormier with a huge knee.

Cormier never let up, however, and appeared to out strike Gustafsson in round five. After the thrilling fight the champ was awarded the split decision win, and Cormier proceeded to praise Gustafsson for his warrior spirit.

Here are the results from UFC 192, which took place in Houston, Texas.

Daniel Cormier def.  Alexander Gustafsson via split decision (48-47, 47-48, 49-46)

Ryan Bader def. Rashad Evans via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Ruslan Magomedov def. Shawn Jordan via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 30-27)

Joseph Benavidez def. Ali Bagautinov via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

Julianna Pena def. Jessica Eye via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-27, 29-27)

Yair Rodriguez def. Daniel Hooker via unanimous decision  (30-27, 30-27, 30-26)

Albert Tumenov def. Alan Jouban via TKO (strikes) R1, 2:55

Adriano Martins def. Islam Makhachev via KO (punch) R1, 1:46

Rose Namajunas def. Angela Hill via submission (rear-naked-choke) R1, 2:47

Sage Northcutt def. Francisco Trevino via TKO (strikes) R1, 0:57

Sergio Pettis def. Chris Cariaso via unanimous decision (29-27, 29-27, 29-28)

Derrick Lewis def. Viktor Pesta via TKO (punches) R3, 1:15


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