- We're just over a week away from UFC 184, which features dominant UFC Women's Bantamweight champion and film star Ronda Rousey defending against unbeaten Cat Zingano. UFC has released a full countdown episode to promote the show, which you can see above.

Wrestling Inc will be providing full live coverage of UFC 184, starting with the preliminary bouts. The event also features the likes of Holly Holm, Josh Koscheck, Jake Ellenberger, Mark Munoz, and the return of bantamweight legend Kid Yamamoto after a three year absence.

- The news hasn't been all doom and gloom for the UFC lately, as the company put together one of the most stacked cards in recent memory for this May. The event, UFC 187, features the return of Jon Jones as he defends his UFC Light Heavyweight Championship against Anthony "Rumble" Johnson. It won't be the lone title fight on the show, however, as UFC Middleweight Champion Chris Weidman will defend against Vitor Belfort.

As if that weren't enough there are also a pair of top-5 fights on the card in Donald Cerrone vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov, and John Moraga vs. Joseph Benavidez. A top-10 heavyweight bout between Andrei Arlovski and Travis Browne is also scheduled.

The event takes place May 23 from Las Vegas, capitalizing on Memorial Day weekend.

- Hector Lombard's failed drug test ended up being a huge positive for Rory MacDonald, who will end up getting his title shot back in the co-main event slot of UFC 189 on July 11. The Canadian will take on champion Robbie Lawler, who defeated Johny Hendricks for the title last year.

MacDonald was originally slated to get a title shot in Canada at UFC 186 this year, but the UFC tried to book a third fight with Hendricks and Lawler instead. After fan outcry changed the company's mind, Lawler opted to take a little more time off after a busy 2014.