Found July 21, 2013 on
The Flying Knee MMA:
The greatest fighter in UFC history clearly does not enjoy having his name mentioned in a potential fight-fixing rumour. Not that it angers the former middleweight champ, it simply upsets him that fans and media could consider that he was capable of throwing a fight.
The long-time champ appeared on a Brazilian talk show and was extremely candid as he explained his feelings on the matter, even shedding a tear over the upsetting matter.
Watch the clip below:
BEST OF MAXIM
Two weeks later and I’m still completely in awe of Chris Weidman’s performance. If I were GSP, I would say: “I am emprezzed with his pear-fore-mahnce” but that’s as far as I will take the impressions. Speaking of GSP, he called it, but I still will gladly place my bet back on Anderson for the rematch. Now, on to the fixing allegations, that so many of us have wondered about...
Everyone in the beer drinking country saw Anderson Silva get KTFO a few weekends ago. Yet we haven’t seen enough internet jokiness about it. Or maybe I just didn’t see, and I’m looking in the wrong places. You press power, then popcorn, then start to go to google right? Ahhhh **** I might be looking at the microwave again….
Props to Juan Elway for the find
RG3 Sexts Hooters...
Minutes after former middleweight king Anderson Silva was put to sleep by Chris Weidman at UFC 162, company president Dana White (pictured) was asked to respond to countless conspiracy theorists who suggested the fight was fixed.
White quickly rebuffed the accusation, calling anyone who thought Silva and the UFC rigged the scrap “idiots.”
Well, having a few keyboard warriors...
In 2008 we put Mike Francesa into Mike Tyson's Punchout. Now, someone's put Chris Weidman & Anderson Silva [BWO BSO] in that classic ring.
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