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Anderson Silva came out and said that he would not challenge GSP at UFC 154. “I’m on vacation for the fight. I think we just come back at the end of next year … I’m going to Los Angeles and then going to Canada for the fight of St. Pierre. I’m already going to be there to shoot a movie, a feature film that I’ll participate in with Lyoto (Machida). It’s not my character to up and challenge anyone. I think it will not happen. I think not, I’m sure (laughs).” Hmmm…going to the fight and Dana wants to see this thing happen in the Spring? This kind of sets up for another mega fight with Jon Jones in late 2013. 2 megafights in one year? Can this really happen? We shall see.
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Anderson Silva had a liitle time to kill between his flight to Montreal, I guees to NOT call out GSP…So of course if you’re the greatest mma fighter of all time you sits courtside at Staples. I wanna see him call out Jon Jones.
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Anderson Silva is arguably the greatest champion in UFC history. Yet certain responsibilities come along with the title and if the champion isn’t meeting those obligations it is time for the UFC to strip him of his title and take their championship back.
The question going into UFC 154 was whether a 19-month layoff would hamper Georges St-Pierre. The UFC welterweight champion answered that with a thrilling victory over Carlos Condit. Now the question is whether GSP will continue to defend the championship or accept the challenge of Anderson Silva.
The 3rd and final installment of UFC Primetime 'St. Pierre vs. Condit' is now available for your viewing pleasure.
After the smoke clears tonight plenty of questions will finally be answered. Who will be the undisputed UFC Welterweight Champion of the world? If St. Pierre emerges the victor, will he be challenged by Anderson Silva and leave the division spinning once again...
There aren’t many occasions where UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva is at an event in which he is not fighting. He has made a special trip to Montreal, Quebec, Canada in order to watch UFC 154. More specifically the main event fight between UFC Welterweights Georges St-Pierre and Carlos Condit.
UFC President Dana White made mention that if St-Pierre wins against Condit...
This time we’ll take a look at the other major Super Fight that may indeed be on the docket for Silva, this time it’s a bout against reigning Welterweight Champion Georges “Rush” St. Pierre.
The UFC makes it’s long awaited return to La Belle Province this weekend as it also makes its return to the airwaves of Pay Per View. Live from the Bell Center in Montreal, Quebec, Canada the UFC brings UFC 154 live this Saturday night.
Although UFC president Dana White has claimed on numerous occasions that he has never spoken to middleweight king Anderson Silva (Pictured) or welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre about a potential super-fight, it’s clear MMA’s head honcho has the scrap in his sights.
While appearing as a guest on Thursday morning’s edition of ESPN’s SportsCenter, White revealed Silva traveling...
Two welterweight champions will walk into Montreal’s Bell Centre on Saturday for UFC 154. One champion will walk out.
Georges St-Pierre, the current welterweight champion, will square off with Carlos Condit — the man who captured the interim welterweight belt during GSP’s lengthy layoff — in a match that will determine the undisputed champ. The stakes are high, the anticipation...
Carlos Condit said he’s ready to run Implement his game plan against George St-Pierre on Saturday night in Montreal. Is he trying to tell us something? I just hope he fights come fight night.
Is Anderson Silva Just Pulling Our Leg?
Is Anderson Silva Just Pulling Our Leg?
Press Release : Thursday – November 15th, 2012
Tokyo, Japan (Nov. 15, 2012) – Glory Sports International (GSI) announced today the top eight seeds for the star-studded GLORY 4 TOKYO – Heavyweight Grand Slam, 16-man, single-elimination tournament at Saitama Super Arena on December 31.
Heavyweight champion Semmy Schilt (39-6, 18 KO’s) of Netherlands has been named the...