Dominick Cruz: You still can't beat me

Dominick Cruz's 'scary' message to UFC bantamweights: I've been out four years and you still can't beat me
By Adam Guillen Jr., MMA Mania

According to Dominick Cruz, not much has changed since his extended absence from mixed martial arts (MMA), as far as the bantamweight division is concerned.

Other than the fact the T.J. Dillashaw is the new ruler at 135 pounds, of course.

That's why "The Dominator" is high on confidence that the rest of the field won't be able to deal with what he has to offer inside the Octagon, as he tells La Aflicion (via Bloody Elbow) that it's scary fro the opposition that he's been out of action for four years and they still won't be able to beat him.

Read the full story here


Khabib Nurmagomedov showed the lightweight division what he was capable of when he knocked out Thiago Taveres in Brazil back in 2013 to improve to 19-0. Next he faces Tony Ferguson for the lightweight belt at UFC 223 live on Pay-Per-View.
UFC commentators Joe Rogan and Jimmy Smith preview the highly anticipated UFC 223 lightweight championship bout between Tony Ferguson and Khabib Nurmagomedov.
On Episode 508 of 'UFC Now' Michael Bisping and Cub Swanson breakdown their top 5 heavyweight fights. Make sure to catch the whole episode anytime on UFC FIGHT PASS.
UFC women's strawweight champion Rose Namajunas puts her belt on the line in a rematch with former champ Joanna Jedrzejczyk live from Brooklyn at UFC 223 on Pay-Per-View.