Steven Muehlhausen

  • Anderson Silva says he won't fight at UFC 212 in Brazil

    In a live video chat on his Instagram Sunday evening, Anderson Silva announced he would not be on UFC 212, stating he was canceling his training camp in Rio de Janeiro and heading to Los Angeles to be with his family.

  • 12-year-old MMA fighter to make her debut against a 24-year-old

    A seventh-grade student that goes by "MoMo" will compete in an amateur bout for the Japanese promotion Deep Jewels on May 20.

  • CM Punk to appear on MTV reality show 'The Challenge'

    CM Punk’s MMA debut at UFC 203 did not go well. If you were guessing the next time you’d CM Punk on television would be inside the Octagon, think again. It was announced Monday that Punk (real name Phil Brooks) will participate in the MTV reality show, “The Challenge: Champs vs. Pros,” which will have professional athletes go up against past winners of MTV reality shows, “Road Rules” and “Real World” in various athletic contests.

  • Adrien Broner arrested on warrant after being stopped in shot-up SUV

    Adrien Broner is back in trouble with the law after being stopped in a bullet-ridden SUV. Adrien Broner can’t seem to put one foot in front of the other. Early Thursday morning, the former four-division world champion was arrested and booked into the Kenton County Detention Center in Covington, Kentucky, just two miles from Broner’s hometown of Cincinnati, for having an open warrant from an incident in 2014 for public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

  • Demetrious Johnson ties vaunted Anderson Silva record, says he's UFC's greatest champ ever

    Demetrious Johnson tied Anderson Silva's record for most consecutive UFC title defenses (10) on Saturday with an arm-bar submission of Wilson Reis at 4:49 of the third round.

  • Nate Diaz's UFC 202 fine reduced; Tony Ferguson says Diaz should fight or retire

    The NAC reduced Diaz’s punishment for the wild melee that broke out between his camp and Conor McGregor during a UFC 202 pre-fight press conference.

  • UFC 210: Jon Jones calls out Daniel Cormier's 'blatant foul play' at weigh-ins

    The suspended Jones had some choice words for the UFC light heavyweight champion.

  • Dana White: I think we'll see McGregor-Mayweather in 2017

    It feels like if we don’t hear news about the potential fight between UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor and boxing great Floyd Mayweather, then it means the proposed bout won’t occur. In an interview with Yahoo Sports’ Chris Mannix, UFC president Dana White was asked if there was an update on negotiations for the superfight. “Well, Conor McGregor is having a baby right now,” White told Mannix.

  • After lackluster showing, is it time for 'Rampage' to walk away from fighting?

    Quinton “Rampage” Jackson is now 37-12 in his pro career. CHICAGO – Going into his Bellator 175 main event rematch against Muhammad Lawal, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson said he wanted to knock Lawal out this time around. Jackson didn’t get his wish, losing to Lawal by unanimous decision.

  • 'Rampage' Jackson clarifies why he regrets ever getting into MMA

    CHICAGO- When it comes to voicing his opinion on a topic, you can expect Quinton “Rampage” Jackson to tell you how he really feels. But when the narrative isn’t to his liking, then he gets upset at the media for not accurately portraying exactly what he meant.

  • Freddie Roach: 'Conor McGregor is not that good of a fighter'

    UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor is publicly campaigning for a boxing match with legendary champion Floyd Mayweather. Not many boxing experts are giving UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor much of a chance to defeat boxer Floyd Mayweather, if that much-discussed bout ever comes off. Hall of Famers Sugar Ray Leonard and Freddie Roach are among them.

  • Matt Hughes considering a return to MMA and possible bout with Royce Gracie

    Referee Dan Miragliotta tends to Matt Hughes after Hughes was knocked out in 21 seconds by B.J. Penn at UFC 123 on Sept. 20, 2010. More evidence to back that point came on Wednesday when word leaked that 43-year-old UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes is contemplating a comeback. Should Hughes go through with it and decide to return to competition for the first time since Sept. 24, 2011, when he was stopped by Josh Koscheck in the first round at UFC 135, who is his most likely opponent?

  • Fourteen-year-old kickboxer dies after collapsing following fight

    Fourteen-year-old kickboxer Scott Marsden died Saturday in England. Fourteen-year-old kickboxer Scott Marsden died after collapsing while competing for a national title in Leeds, England, according to the BBC. Shots to the head were legal due to the match not being sanctioned by the British Kickboxing Council since Marsden and his opponent were under the age of 16 and were allowed to kick and punch each other in the head.

  • Kelvin Gastelum calls out Anderson Silva after knocking out Vitor Belfort in opening round

    Kelvin Gastelum celebrates after beating Vitor Belfort during their Fight Night bout in Fortaleza, Brazil. Kelvin Gastelum was invading enemy territory heading into Saturday’s UFC Fight Night main event against Vitor Belfort. The fight was taking place Belfort’s home country in Fortaleza, Brazil.

  • Claressa Shields wins first title in second pro fight

    Two-time gold medalist Claressa Shields improved to 2-0 as a professional on Friday. Claressa Shields was making history going into her fight against Szilvia Szabados. The two-time Olympic gold medalist had all the pressure heading into her second professional fight.

  • Muhammad Ali's son questioned at airport again

    Muhammad Ali Jr. was reportedly questioned again at the airport. It appeared that after Muhammad Ali Jr. was detained last month for almost two hours at a Florida airport for allegedly being Muslim and for having an “Arabic-sounding name,” he wouldn’t have to go through something like that ever again. Apparently not, as the son of the late iconic boxer claims he was once again detained on Friday along with his mother, Khalilah Camacho-Ali.

  • Michael Bisping: Khabib blew his shot to fight Conor McGregor

    Conor McGregor will never fight Khabib Nurmagomedov after Nurmagomedov’s failure to make weight at UFC 209, middleweight champ Michael Bisping said. Khabib Nurmagomedov may have lost more than just one payday on March 3 when he failed to make weight for his interim lightweight title fight that was scheduled for March 4 in the co-main event of UFC 209 in Las Vegas if middleweight champion Michael Bisping is correct. A fight between Nurmagomedov and lightweight champion Conor McGregor could have been one for the ages.

  • Promoter: Manny Pacquiao vs. Amir Khan is off for now

    Manny Pacquiao vs. Amir Khan is off the table for now. It was first reported by Yahoo Sports last week that Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan would fight on May 19 (May 20 in the United Arab Emirates) for Pacquiao’s WBO welterweight title in Abu Dhabi or Dubai. Top Rank promoter Bob Arum told the Los Angeles Times the fight is off and Pacquiao wouldn’t face Khan, if at all, until the end of 2017.

  • UFC 209: Alistair Overeem back in title contention after devastating KO win over Mark Hunt

    Heading into his fight against Mark Hunt at UFC 209, Alistair Overeem’s name was hardly brought up. More was centered on the legal battle between Hunt and the UFC as Hunt has a pending lawsuit against his employer claiming breach of contract, fraud, racketeering and negligence among things after it was revealed that former opponent Brock Lesnar failed two drug tests in conjunction with their fight at UFC 200.

  • Is UFC 209 still worth it? Here are 5 storylines that remain intact after co-main event cancellation

    The main event features a rematch for the welterweight title as champion Tyron Woodley takes on Stephen Thompson. The co-main event was supposed be for the interim lightweight title featuring Khabib Nurmagomedov against Tony Ferguson. On Friday morning, however, the card took a huge hit when the fight was pulled after Nurmagomedov entered a Las Vegas hospital due to a weight-cutting issue.