Found May 08, 2013 on Tito Couture:
PLAYERS: Anderson Silva
UFC champ Anderson Silva is claiming that he was unaware of the media obligations he had on Tuesday and that missing the events was unintentional.  Here is what he had to say about the matter. “I never missed any commitment to the UFC (in the past).  [I'd] never plan a trip to Brazil if I knew I should be in Los Angeles. Everyone knows that I always lock my media schedule to devote myself to training, they are my priority. I am an athlete and my focus will always be to train and be prepared for the challenges.” Thanks to MMA Fighting for the quote. Chris Weidman responds to Anderson’s no show Watch all fighter video blogs at

UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva has been fined $50,000 for skipping media event

According to a report by USA TODAY Sports, UFC middle weight champion Anderson Silva has been fined $50,000 by the UFC.  This fine stems from Silva not attending a media [...]

Weidman Worried Silva Won’t Show

Chris Weidman Tells MMAJunkie “ I just want to make sure we both get in the fricken’ cage July 6,” he said. “I’m still worried about that.” The incident made the contender wonder whether there were other surprises in store – an injury, for instance, which not only would dash his dreams but give the UFC a conniption. ”I don’t want him to hear this interview and...

The UFC just fined Anderson Silva $50,000 for no-showing a Los Angeles media event.

Damn, $50,000 is nothing to sniff at. In fact, that’s almost the entire fighter payroll for a Facebook prelim. But, Anderson Silva just had to cut a check to his employers for that sum because he decided to skip a Los Angeles media tour, now Ando may have to cut back to eating some Burger King while he recoups his losses. This marks the second time the UFC has fined a main event...

Anderson Silva Teaches Counterpunching

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Jon Jones vs Anderson Silva Promo

The super fight of all super fights needs to happen, I would have to take Jones by elbows to the skull. GSP’s Book Best Sellers List Weidman Responds To Silva’s No Show

This info-graphic breaking down Georges St-Pierre, Jon Jones and Anderson Silva is pretty interesting to say the least.

It wasn’t until I recently rewatched Anderson Silva vs. Demian Maia that I realized Anderson has been asking for GSP for over three years now. Think about that. Anderson will probably end up fighting Jon Jones as well, for better or worse, but you have to hand it to him: he’s willing to fight. That’s why we all love Ando so much. Now, I’m not saying GSP or Bones don’t want...

Anderson Silva Was Busy Training With Steven Seagal?

Rumor has it that Anderson Silva is pushing for a super fight with GSP or Jon Jones and not his next opponent Chris Weidman? Here is a picture of him training with Steven Seagal supposedly the day he was to be doing PR for his UFC 162 fight? Jon Jones vs Anderson Silva Promo Weidman Responds To Silva’s No Show

Dominick Cruz Breaks Down Anderson Silva vs Chris Weidman

Everyone will say that this is ‘Anderson’s toughest matchup’, just like so many others before him.  Then he will do some crazy ninja sh*t and people will be saying Weidman wasn’t that good anyway.  I just appreciate the fact I get to watch the greatest MMA fighter of all time and I hope Weidman makes it a tough fight. Anderson Silva Claims He Didn’t Know About His Media...
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