Rashad Evans should be in the hall before Michael Bisping and the numbers don’t lie.
The BIG3 Draft pool for Season 3 is thick with former NBA champions, all-star vets and fan favorites.
UFC gives ESPN+ subscribers exclusive access through a multi-year agreement.
Alan Maloney told Andrew Johnson to cut his dreads or forfeit, and now he’s suing.
Support and suspensions given after “F* you monkey!” incident.
Former Yale soccer player Adele Jackson-Gibson reflects on her experience as an athlete under Rudy Meredith.
Jean’s Broward lawyer says the contract is legal and binding.
Masvidal and Edwards give the fans what they want, but earlier than they expected.
Racism continues to stain the sport of hockey.
Two students, both minority women, are now taking legal action against these schools of higher learning.
The “Notorious” Conor McGregor just can’t get right.
Back Yard Brawl Extreme debuts on PPV April 5th, solidifying the rise of bare-knuckle fighting.
For Reese Scott, boxing was initially just a way to lose weight.
Harlem Heat is getting their flowers.
The African martial arts explosion has touched every aspect of combat sports, even traditional ones like karate.
According to HuffPost, the 21-year-old tennis star is joining Mattel’s “Shero” line.
WNBA players hit the red carpet at the Captain Marvel Movie pre-screening in anticipation of the league’s International Women’s Day celebration on March 8.
The WNBA legend is the new VP of Fever Basketball Operations and could eventually become the NBA’s first woman GM.
Usman and Covington’s beef further exposes the racial chasm in MMA.
One of the world’s best players, Trevor Baptiste didn’t have a single D-I scholarship offer heading into his senior year of high school.
With an all-black cast for its main and co-main event, MMA is melanin dripped.
A behind the scenes look at WNBA legend and “Players Only” co-host Candace Parker as she blazes new trails for women in sports broadcasting.
“I do believe that I am crazy, I do believe that I am insane”.
Jason Brown’s poor choice of referencing Hitler in a text to a player has spelled the controversial end of another career.
The NAACP has inspired many conscientious athletes to stand up for change.