p120-RasGAP (Ras GTPase activating protein) plays a key role in the regulation of Ras-GTP bound by promoting GTP hydrolysis via its C-terminal catalytic domain. The p120-RasGAP N-terminal part contains two SH2, SH3, PH (pleckstrin homology) and CaLB/C2 (calcium-dependent phospholipid-binding domain) domains. These protein domains allow various functions, such as anti-/pro-apoptosis, proliferation and also cell migration depending of their distinct partners. The p120-RasGAP domain participates in protein-protein interactions with Akt, Aurora or RhoGAP to regulate functions described bellow. Here, we summarize, in angiogenesis and cancer, the various functional roles played by p120-RasGAP domains and their effector partners in downstream signaling.