January 19 2020
Monster Energy’s Conor “The Notorious” McGregor Defeats Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone in Main Event Fight at UFC 246 in Las Vegas, 31-Year-Old MMA Icon Returns to UFC Fighting with Dominant Round-One TKO in 40 Seconds.SEE MORE
October 20 2019
Monster Energy’s Yair Rodríguez Defeats Jeremy Stephens in Featherweight Bout at UFC on ESPN 6 in Boston 27-Year-Old from Parral, Mexico, Claims 13th Career Victory and $50,000 ‘Fight of the Night’ BonusSEE MORE
December 08 2018
Max Holloway Defeats Brian Ortega in Thrilling Four-Round Match At UFC 231, He Retains Featherweight Title and Makes History As the Single Most Prolific Striker In UFC History!SEE MORE
Our female Monster athletes are constantly killing it across all sports – we love watching them kick their goals left, right and centre. For International Women’s Day, we’ve pulled together some of the best achievements from the female athletes we’re so proud to sponsor.
Monster Energy is stoked to be able to back the sport’s best fighters and today, we’ll be giving you our low-down on how the sport has changed over the years, as well as some of the sickest moments and unforgettable turning points.
Monster Energy’s Jon Jones Defends Light Heavyweight Title In Championship Fight Against Dominick Reyes At UFC 247 In Houston, 32-Year-Old MMA Icon Sets Record for Winning Most Championship Fights in UFC History at 14 Wins, Deals Challenger Dominick Reyes First UFC Career Defeat in Five-Round Bout.
It’s time to take a look back at 2019 and remember some of our favourite Monster moments.