Jake Paul Drops Explicit Dana White Diss Track; Tells UFC Boss to Lay Off Cocaine

“F–k Dana White” is the chorus of
a diss track released by YouTube star Jake Paul on Friday aimed at the UFC
president. Paul also rapped that White should…

“F–k Dana White” is the chorus of
a diss track released by YouTube star Jake Paul on Friday aimed at the UFC
president. Paul also rapped that White should…

BS Meter for Latest UFC Fight Rumors

All of a sudden, UFC fans have some time on their hands. Six days past the year’s first pay-per-view extravaganza in southern California and eight days ahead of its next televised show in Las Vegas, octagonal die-hards can look at the bigger picture…

All of a sudden, UFC fans have some time on their hands. Six days past the year’s first pay-per-view extravaganza in southern California and eight days ahead of its next televised show in Las Vegas, octagonal die-hards can look at the bigger picture…

REPORT | Jeremy Stephens Parts Ways With The UFC Following 15-Year Tenure?

Jeremy StephensVeteran UFC featherweight staple, Jeremy Stephens has reportedly parted ways with the organization following the completion of his contractual obligations last July – ending a 15-year stint with the promotion, beginning back in 2007. Stephens, 35, is currently in the midst of a three-fight losing run, most recently suffering a one-sided opening round kimura loss […]

Jeremy Stephens

Veteran UFC featherweight staple, Jeremy Stephens has reportedly parted ways with the organization following the completion of his contractual obligations last July – ending a 15-year stint with the promotion, beginning back in 2007.

Stephens, 35, is currently in the midst of a three-fight losing run, most recently suffering a one-sided opening round kimura loss to the #12 ranked, Mateusz Gamrot at UFC Vegas 31 back in July in his return to the lightweight limit.

Jeremy Stephens holds a notable knockout win over former lightweight champion, Rafael dos Anjos

Winless in his last six outings, the Iowa native’s most recent win came against the current #6 rated featherweight contender, Josh Emmett back in 2018 – whom he finished with thunderous second round knockout strikes. MMA Fighting reporters, Guilherme Cruz and Damon Martin were first to report the news of Stephens’ departure from the North American-based promotion.

Before his submission defeat to Gamrot, Stephens was finished by strikes against both Calvin Kattar and Jose Aldo – in between a pair of decision losses to both Yair Rodriguez, and Zabit Magomedsharipov, whilst initially competing to an official ‘No Contest’ against Rodriguez in a UFC Fight Night Mexico City main event.

15-18(1) throughout his 15-year stint with the Dana White-led outfit, Stephens, who initially entered the promotion as a lightweight, found most of his success at the featherweight limit.

Landing a total 19 knockout victories across his professional mixed martial arts career which began back in 2005, Stephens has bested household names such as the aforenoted, Emmett, Doo Ho-Choi, Gilbert Melendez, Renan Barao, Dennis Bermudez, Darren Elkins, Rony Jason, Estevan Payan, and Rafael dos Anjos. 

In April of last year, Stephens was slated to feature against Drakkar Klose at UFC Vegas 24, however, in the hours leading up to the bout, Klose was forced to withdraw citing a neck injury, after Stephens has forcibly shoved him during the pre-fight weigh-in staredowns on Friday. As a result, Stephens was also removed from the card and the bout was shelved.

Jake Paul Says He’s Dropping Diss Track Against UFC’s Dana White on Friday

YouTube star Jake Paul said he’s
planning to release a diss track aimed at UFC president Dana White on
Friday. Paul, who’s transitioned to the world
of combat…

YouTube star Jake Paul said he’s
planning to release a diss track aimed at UFC president Dana White on
Friday. Paul, who’s transitioned to the world
of combat…

Khamzat Chimaev Warns Kamaru Usman: ‘Don’t go anywhere I am coming’

Khamzat ChimaevKhamzat Chimaev has called for Kamaru Usman to remain in the welterweight division after the current champion revealed he considered moving up to light heavyweight. In an interview with GQ Magazine, ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ revealed he wanted to cement his legacy as the pound-for-pound best and believes during the time Jan Blachowicz was division champion […]

Khamzat Chimaev

Khamzat Chimaev has called for Kamaru Usman to remain in the welterweight division after the current champion revealed he considered moving up to light heavyweight.

In an interview with GQ Magazine, ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ revealed he wanted to cement his legacy as the pound-for-pound best and believes during the time Jan Blachowicz was division champion at 205, Usman was extremely serious about making the jump.

Unsurprisingly Chimaev didn’t take well to this news believing that Usman was going to love away from the division and took to his social media to call out the champion as well as his next opponent Gilbert Burns.

“So, you’re trying to change weight before I come for you? Don’t go anywhere I am coming! I smash you and burns in 2 mins believe me! I’m THE KING here @USMAN84kg,”

Khamzat Chimaev’s Takes First Shot At The Top 5

Having smashed his way through his first four opponents within the UFC, Khamzat Chimaev will now have his first opportunity to crack the top five of the division when he takes on Gilbert Burns. Although the bout is yet to be confirmed both fighters have actively spoken about it on social media, along with the UFC promoting the exchanges between the pair.

This matchup comes at a good time for the welterweight division as all fighters within the top six of the rankings are scheduled to fight.

Although the date is still to be confirmed Dana White revealed Leon Edwards was 100% next in line for a shot at the title. Gilbert Burns and Chimaev look set to meet in the not too distant future. Colby Covington and Jorge Masvidal will settle their difference as they headline UFC 272 in March.

Along with Belal Muhammad and Vicente Luque being scheduled for a UFC Fight Night card in April with the winner presumably next in line after Edwards for a shot at the champion.

Could we see a new welterweight champion before the end of 2022?