Found September 12, 2012 on
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Anderson Silva offered to save UFC 151 and fight on the show. Unfortunately that call came too late to the UFC. Maybe that was a blessing in disguise as Silva will now step up and save UFC 153 and headline the October show in front of his home country in Brazil.
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If Stephan Bonnar can channel his inner Super Sayian he may just pull off the greatest upset of all-time in RIO This just in via USA TODAY - UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva will put his perfect 15-0 UFC record on the line against TUF 1 light heavyweight finalist Stephan Bonnar. This fight has been named the new headliner for UFC 153 in RIO following the recent injury...
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It’s been 20 days since UFC president Dana White publicly thrashed reigning light heavyweight champ Jon Jones (Pictured), yet the two sides remain radio silent as Jones prepares to make his fourth title defense in less than 12 months.
Although White questioned his golden boy’s championship mettle, adding he was “disgusted” with Jones’ decision to decline a last-second...
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson is injured and will not be able to fight on UFC 153. Dana White tweeted “Rampage is hurt and out of UFC 153 RIO. SUCKS!!!!!!”. Jackson was expected to fight Glover Teixeira at light heavyweight. Jackson has only one fight left on his UFC contract. It is speculated that he will not [...]
With UFC 153 getting a fresh main and co-main card, let’s take a look at who else is scheduled to fight in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on October 13th. Anderson Silva vs Stephan Bonnar Antonio “Big Nog” Nogueira vs Dave Herman Glover Teixeira vs Fabio Maldonado Erick Silva vs Jon Fitch Phil Davis vs Wagner [...]
The hits keep on coming for the UFC. Just when the dust started to settle from the UFC 151 fiasco, the UFC has another problem on their hands. In a matter of hours the UFC lost both of its top two fights on the upcoming UFC 153 Brazilian event.
Nineteen long days have passed since light heavyweight king Jon Jones (Pictured) declined a last-second scrap against Chael Sonnen to salvage UFC 151, which ultimately forced Dana White to cancel his first event since becoming UFC president in 2001.
While Jones has already been issued a new assignment and White has softened his stance against his latest golden boy, the two sides...