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Remember that Nick Diaz retirement? To the shock of nobody, Diaz’s retirement plans have changed. Not only does Nick Diaz want to fight again but he is calling out the biggest dog in the UFC yard. Nick Diaz wants Anderson Silva!
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With announcements bombarding fight fans from all angles on Wednesday, Thursday has proven to be a slow mixed martial arts news day … thus far.
To help spice things up, UFC welterweight king Georges St-Pierre (Pictured) has released a video of himself and his surgically-repaired right knee hitting the pads.
From the looks of things, it appears GSP is well on his way to a full...
Forget about a blockbuster bout against UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre, Nick Diaz (Pictured) is calling for a shot at middleweight king Anderson Silva. But first things first, that means Diaz intends to return to the sport he claimed he was finished with.
“For the last couple of months, I’ve watched Nick begin to frequent the gym more and more,” Diaz’s longtime...
photo via Esther Lin for Strikeforce One of the many stories buzzing around the mma world this week was that Nick Diaz had an announcement to make. That announcement would be made on graciefighter and would be made this evening at 4 p.m. Diaz/PT time, 7 p.m ET. Well that time has passed, and the announcement has been made. If you're a fight fan, then it's a good one. Join...
Spike TV replaced Mike Straka on its wildly popular MMA Uncensored with an equally knowledgeable guy, Luke Thomas. It was Straka's recent TapouT Radio interview that begs one for more knowledge as...
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Apparently, the Gambling Gods are completely unfazed by Georges St-Pierre’s (Pictured) surgically-repaired right knee and the UFC welterweight king’s extended hiatus.
By the time the cage door slams shut at UFC 154, it will have been 19 long months since GSP last stepped inside the Octagon. Nonetheless, St-Pierre is pegged as nearly a 4-to-1 odds-on favorite to trounce interim...
“No opponent makes sense for Anderson at this moment unless we do a catchweight against Georges St. Pierre. They didn’t offer the fight, but he’s the only one that could do a super fight. Anderson has the biggest paycheck in the UFC, and you can’t promote an event with these amateur kids that are coming [...]
Nick Diaz’s retirement, as expected, has been short-lived. Earlier today, Diaz’s trainer and manager, Cesar Gracie announced the controversial welterweight’s future plans and they include a challenge to UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva. Gracie posted the following statement on GracieFighter.com:
“It’s been a trying time these last 4 months as I have been faced...
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In an interview with The Province, UFC boss Dana White was asked about the best promoters of all-time. He put Vince McMahon at number two, behind P.T. Barnum. Yes, the circus guy.
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