Angela Lee opens up about her mental health: “Some days are good, some are tough, but each day I choose to keep fighting.”
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Da cidade de Umuarama para o octógono internacional do UFC, Jéssica Andrade conta sua história de esperança antes da luta pelo cinturão neste sábado.
From the city of Umuarama to the international UFC stage, Jéssica Andrade shares her story of hope ahead of Saturday's title fight.
Days away from competing for her second UFC belt, Jessica Andrade shares how she's challenged the status quo and changed the game forever.
A poucos dias da luta pelo seu segundo cinturão do UFC, Jessica Andrade como ela desafiou os tabus e mudou o jogo para sempre.
Jessica Andrade is an inspiration to shut down the nay-sayers and the non-believers.
Across all sports, athletes are finding ways to stay active and healthy.
That Kayla — the fighting Kayla — is on hold for now.
It’s now been over 60 days since I left home. I’m desperate to get back.
Every three months I would hit a wall, feeling down and lost, and I’d have to ask myself whether all of this was really worth it. But every time I did, the answ
Two-time Stanley Cup champion Daniel Carcillo and UFC champion Cris Cyborg sit down to discuss the life-threatening impact of a career spent fighting.
Jessica Eye is more than her past. Jessica Eye is forging her future.
My flight landed at JFK, and I was ready to sprint through that whole damn airport. I just wanted to get the hell out of there. I wanted to go home.
The UFC fighter opens up on some of the bigger personal challenges he's faced in life before he steps in on short notice to face Mike Perry at UFC 226.
The Featherweight fighter walks through controversial calls that have stuck with him over the years, the hardest shot he has ever been hit with, and a kick that
I didn’t want heaven. Not even close. I just wanted a gym. A place to belong. And I wanted to train.
The truth is I don’t miss being CM Punk as much as I used to miss being me.
I truly believe I’m one of the best fighters in the world, and there isn’t anybody who can stand across from me in the cage and whup my ass.
At UFC 200, I’m fighting for my legacy. I have only one loss in the UFC. I won’t have two.
Welcome to the latest edition of What The (Blank)?
Here’s what most people don’t understand about MMA: It may not be a “real job,” but if you want to be successful, you have to treat it like one.