- If you haven't given up on The Ultimate Fighter series, a new season begins tonight on UFC Fight Pass. The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 3 features head coach Chuck Liddell and Forrest Griffin.
The series includes lightweight fighters from nine different Latin American countries, with the two finalist advancing to The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America 3 Finale in November. That card currently includes Tony Ferguson vs. former UFC lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos.
- Will Ronda Rousey be part of the UFC's first-ever card in New York City at Madison Square Garden? No, according to UFC president Dana White. White told "UFC Unfiltered" recently that the former bantamweight champion will not be stepping back into the Octagon on November 12.
"She's definitely not fighting in New York," White said (thanks to MMAjunkie for the quotes). "I'm actually going to start building the New York card this week. Maybe when I get the New York card done, I'll jump back on with you guys and announce it. But nothing yet (for Rousey)."
Rousey has not competed since a 2015 loss to Holly Holm in Australia for her title. She underwent minor knee surgery earlier this year. The former Olympic bronze medalist is 10-1 in her career and 6-1 with the UFC.
- Nate Diaz definitely wants another crack at Conor McGregor. Despite the UFC saying they planned to hold off on putting the two together for a third time, Diaz let McGregor know that he is coming for him via social media.
McGregor claimed a majority decision over Diaz at UFC 202 after Diaz earned a submission win in the first meeting. Both of those bouts took place at welterweight.