Article

UFC.com Fades To Black

For the first time in five years, tomorrow starting at 12 Noon ET, the official Ultimate Fighting Championship® web site UFC.com will fade to black, as it prepares for the moment when it will officially relaunch.
Las Vegas, NV (USA) – For the first time in five years, tomorrow starting at 12 Noon ET, the official Ultimate Fighting Championship® web site UFC.com will fade to black, as it prepares for the moment when it will officially relaunch.

Fans won’t be denied for long, as the brand new UFC.com will come back to life before the live UFC.com broadcast of the UFC 117: SILVA vs. SONNEN pre-fight press conference, which starts Thursday, August 5th at 4:00pm ET.

Fans visiting UFC.com after 12 Noon ET tomorrow will discover a temporary page with a clock ticking down to the opening of a new chapter in UFC history.

UFC fans around the world - check back Thursday afternoon to experience the power of the new UFC.com. 

Media

Recente
Stephen Thompson's KO of Johny Hendricks makes for an interesting debate in the welterweight division: who deserves the next title shot against Robbie Lawler? Find out who is in the running in this edition of the UFC Minute with Lisa Foiles.
8-feb-2016
UFC Fight Night event inside MGM Grand Garden Arena on February 6, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photos by Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)
6-feb-2016
Hear from Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson, Roy Nelson, Joseph Benavidez and the other big stars after Fight Night Hendricks vs Thompson at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas on Feb. 6, 2016
6-feb-2016
No. 8-ranked Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson spoke backstage with UFC correspondent Megan Olivi about his monumental win over No. 2-ranked Johny Hendricks, the former welterweight champion, at Fight Night Las Vegas.
6-feb-2016