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No matter what you think, Dana – we get it. We get how good Anderson Silva is, and if you think the media or the fans don’t get that, well, maybe it’s because the UFC markets the ring card girls butts over Anderson. Yep it’s true, the final shot of Silva vs. Bonnar promos was [...]
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While plenty of chatter continues to circle reigning UFC light heavyweight champ Jon Jones (Pictured) regarding a potential superfight against middleweight king Anderson Silva, Jones remains focused on just two things – rehabbing his injured elbow and beating Chael Sonnen on April 27th to collect his fifth straight title defense. “Nothing is guaranteed right now,” Jones told...
Not only did middleweight champion Anderson Silva get a Bentley from his bosses, here he is posing with his new Ferrari. With the super fight not happening, who gets the next shot at “The Spider”?
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BJ Penn’s swollen eye hasn’t even healed and people are already calling for his retirement. The UFC president along with several members of the media think it’s time for the Prodigy to step down which is odd considering I just watched a guy go three-rounds with the future of the division.
Whenever an inaccurate story hits the Internet, UFC president Dana White blasts the “hack” website for their incompetence. Well, light heavyweight Dan Henderson (Pictured) is now asking White to check his sources regarding the inside information surrounding Hendo’s injured knee.
It has been long rumored Henderson and Lyoto Machida will collide in a top contender contest sometime...
In the fight business, there’s a cruel reality that athletes can turn old overnight. Well, in BJ Penn’s (Pictured) case, it took Rory MacDonald only 15 minutes to make the former two-divisional UFC champion look like he’s well beyond his prime.
If you were to ask UFC president Dana White, the 33-year-old needs to call it quits … again.
“BJ is a warrior,” White stated...
Now that “UFC on FOX: Henderson vs. Diaz” is officially in the books, make sure to stream tonight’s post-fight press conference live right here on 5thRound.com.
The presser is scheduled to start at approximately 11PM ET/8PM PT.
In addition to UFC president Dana White (Pictured) and the card’s featured fighters, the other notable athletes who won’t require medical attention...