Paddy ‘the baddy’ Pimblett is at last a UFC fighter, the popular scouser will finally make his career switch to the world’s biggest MMA promotion.
Today is International Women’s Day and Merseyside has produced many great sportswomen over the years who deserve to be celebrated! So we've drawn up our own ‘Super Six’ who have done the region proud and become role models for the next generation of great sportswomen.
Liverpool's British Heavyweight Tom Aspinall made a bold statement with an emphatic second round submission win over Octagon great Andrei Arlovski after a dazzling display that ensures Aspinall remains undefeated in the UFC. After defeating Alan Baudot in October, via first round knockout, Aspinall turned his attention to the experienced Arlovski for a showdown at the UFC Apex.
Following the recent success stories of local UFC stars Darren Till and Molly McCann, Liverpool has grown to become one of the top scouting destinations for some of the UK's greatest fighters. Merseysportlive's Elliott Johnson reports
Three Merseyside-based MMA fighters have had their fights cancelled at UFC London due to fears surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak.
Liverpool MMA fighter Paddy Pimblett is set for an opponent change at CW113 after his scheduled opponent has been removed due to the Coronavirus.
A former UFC fighter who set the standard for the future generation of British fighters, Paul Kelly makes his cage return after eight years in prison. The welterweight’s return is being held at the Liverpool Olympia on Saturday 7th March,...