Hill: No credit for WNBA for rescinding fines

Jemele Hill isn't giving credit to the WNBA for rescinding the fines it imposed on players wearing protest shirts. Hill thinks the WNBA missed a huge opportunity to make a difference and support its players' causes.

Konta denies Williams 50th singles title

Johanna Konta wins her first career singles title by defeating Venus Williams at the Bank of the West Classic. The loss leaves Venus with 49 career singles titles.

What's next for UFC Chicago winners?

The UFC women's bantamweight division received another shakeup following Valentina Shevchenko's upset, and lightweight Edson Barboza's leg kicks proved too much for Gilbert Melendez. ESPN MMA reporter Brett Okamoto plays matchmaker after the Chicago card.

Shevchenko makes case for Nunes rematch

UFC bantamweight Valentina Shevchenko (13-2) lost to current champion Amanda Nunes (13-4) prior to beating Holly Holm in Chicago. Shevchenko discusses how she beat Holm and why she deserves a rematch against "The Lioness."

Shevchenko: How I got inside Holm's range

UFC bantamweight Valentina Shevchenko (13-2) routinely did what Ronda Rousey couldn't and what took Miesha Tate five rounds to do: get inside Holly Holm's range. Shevchenko shares how she did it.

Holm explains what went wrong vs. Shevchenko

For the first-time in her 14-year pro fighting career, UFC bantamweight Holly Holm (10-2) has lost back-to-back fights. She shares what went wrong against Valentina Shevchenko (13-2) and what lies ahead.

Shevchenko upsets Holm

In her first fight since dropping the UFC women's bantamweight title, Holly Holm falls to Valentina Shevchenko by unanimous decision.

Herrig talks hometown win after 462-day layoff

UFC women's strawweight Felice "Lil Bulldog" Herrig (11-6) won her return fight after a break of more than a year. She joined ESPN's Phil Murphy to discuss the win and what's next, now that she's put her retirement on hold.

WNBA president withdraws fines over protests

WNBA president Lisa Borders has rescinded the penalties levied to the Indiana Fever, New York Liberty, Phoenix Mercury and their players for wearing black warm-up shirts in support of the citizens and police involved in recent shootings.