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“I’m going to f*cking destroy him. That’s what I’m going to do.”Those were the words that Alistair Overeem said to UFC Tonight’s Ariel Helwani regarding Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva prior to their fight at this past Saturday’s UFC 156 event in Las Vegas. To add to that sentiment, when Silva warned Overeem during their stare-down that he “better start showing respect”...
The lights went out inside MandalayBay long before they shut down Super Bowl XLVII in The Big Easy for a few moments on Saturday night. With a head kick followed by sasquatchian fists, Antonio Silva demolished the “Demolition Man” Alistair Overeem and erased all mysticism surrounding the Blackzilian that fans have held him in [...]
My partner in crime and @SoundandFuryMMA co-host Dan Rose made a great point during our first podcast this past Friday. He mentioned names like Tony Sylvester, James Thompson, Kazuyuki Fujita, Todd Duffee. He even made light of Reem's unimpressive win over a top guys like Werdum, and a Brock Lesnar who had just came of what ended up essentially being MMA career ending diverticulitis...
What a weekend for sports. Phil Mickelson just missed a 59 and won his event start to finish. There was a minor sporting event in New Orleans dealing with the Ravens and the 49ers. And an absolutely fantastic card showed on Saturday night as UFC 156 put on a great show. It was one of the evenings where the Brazilians carried the night, winning most if not all of the highly...
I think Alistair Overeem might have gotten knocked out three times in one fight.
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No fight team had more on the line at UFC 156 than the talented Blackzilians. The squad’s top two superstars were on display: Alistair Overeem (Pictured) returned from a nine-month steroid suspension would have earned a shot at Cain Velasquez’s heavyweight crown with a win over Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva, while Rashad Evans could have found himself in a tango with middleweight...