For just getting started in his MMA career, Matt Hemry probably could have it worse.
It looked like Keith Wisniewski might be the fresher fighter starting the third round Wednesday, but Ivan Jorge flipped the script on him.
After a lengthy layoff, one of the region's most experienced fighters will return to action next month.
ATLANTA | After more than 40 fights, Keith Wisniewski had what very well may have been his defining moment Saturday night. And Miguel Torres relived what was heretofore the worst loss of his career.
ATLANTA | Two of Northwest Indiana's most veteran fighters are on weight and official for their Saturday fights for the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship is upping the ante for its pay-per-view events, and Miguel Torres is a beneficiary.
After a tumultuous December, Miguel Torres' 2012 is off to a little better start — and on Friday, he booked his next fight.
From appearances he looked like he had been in more than just a 10-minute fight, but Keith Wisniewski actually had a brief moment of encouragement heading into the third round against Josh Neer on Saturday night.
Keith Wisniewski's long-awaited return to the Ultimate Fighting Championship didn't really go how he drew it up.
Keith Wisniewski was confident in April that a win over Chris Wilson would get him back to the big show. Turns out he was right.
VALPARAISO | For Keith Wisniewski, now the waiting game begins.
Mixed martial arts can be a game of inches, and a few inches could be what has Keith Wisniewski gunning for his sixth-straight win instead of his 10th straight.
It's a pretty good time to be a mixed martial arts fighter in the region.
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