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Take a behind the scenes look at now number one contender Johny Hendricks’s UFC 158 fight week. Shout out to Intravid for the find.
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Johny Hendricks was lobbying more than talking trash.
"I want to see you here in five months," Hendricks said immediately after beating Carlos Condit at UFC 158 on Saturday night. "If not, I'll fly to your house, hire a ref and we can do something about it."
There will be no need. Georges St-Pierre and, more importantly, UFC president Dana White, agreed...
Jim Ross has posted his latest blog entry online. Check out the highlights:
On UFC production values: “I have issues with how UFC mic’s their live audience as I feel that the announcers should have to work harder and have to have a more distinct tone and infliction at the loudest moments of the live event. That did not occur. On entrances that are hot, like GSP and Diaz, there...
It was thought that Johny Hendricks may have broken his hand in his epic battle with Carlos Condit at UFC 158. But as reported by Ariel Helwani, Johny’s hand is healing great, to the point where he thinks his fingers were simply dislocated in the early rounds and popped back into place later in the fight. Hendricks is aiming for a fight with welterweight king Georges St. Pierre...
For the first time since recapturing his crown in April 2008, UFC welterweight king Georges St-Pierre (pictured) is pegged as less than a 3-to-1 odds-on favorite to retain his throne.
While a specific date has yet to be set for St-Pierre’s impending title defense against Johny Hendricks, that didn’t stop MMAOdds from firing off a line for the 170-pound shootout.
Jake Ellenberger had this to say to Bleacher Report “We are going to cross paths at some point. I’m sure of it. Whether it comes this year, next year, or the year after; Johny Hendricks and I are going to fight. It’s a stance I’ve taken and I’m not going to back off of that. Like I said, nobody wants to fight him because he’s a wrestler and he has power. I think I have...
Just when you thought Anderson Silva vs. Georges St-Pierre was dead it is being brought back to life. Yet the fighter bringing it back to life is ironically the one who keeps turning it down. According to a report GSP is dreaming of fighting Silva and plans to do so before retiring.
UFC 158 rocked the PPV airwaves and likely did excellent numbers for the UFC as it was headlined by one of the most anticipated fights of the past couple of years as Welterweight kingpin Georges St. Pierre breezed through his title defense against Nick Diaz.
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UFC 158 was an event which, on paper, looked
top-heavy. In reality though it turned out to be a high quality card from
beginning to end. The main-event played out as everyone had predicted with
Georges St-Pierre retaining his welterweight title but there were many other
highlights throughout the night.
This was a fight which was always...
MMA Fighting reports that welterweight champ Georges St. Pierre fought Nick Diaz with an injured achilles. GSP’s head trainer, Firas Zahabi commented on the injury saying “I was worried it would tear during the fight. We had to cut his last sparring [session] short due to his injury. He had a week to rest it and then the fight.” Zahabi would later go on to say that he hopes...
So what does one of the baddest men on the planet do after going five rounds with Nick Diaz? Get the Canadian dish Poutine of course.
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