Found November 20, 2012 on
George St. Pierre hadn’t competed for the Ultimate Fighting Championship in 567 days. The reigning welterweight king returned to a brave new world at 170-pounds with a logjam of worthy challengers nipping at his heels as the division might be the strongest it’s been in company’s history.
Standing atop of the heap of challengers was Carlos Condit – A bloodthirsty threat to his ten-pounds of gold.
While the self-proclaimed ‘Natural Born Killer’ had his moments, even flooring the welterweight poster-boy on one occasion, ultimately St. Pierre took control of the fight with beautiful, picture-perfect takedowns that the Mike Winkeljohn-tutored fighter just couldn’t stop.
Beginning in the fourth frame right above the round timer in the bottom left-hand corner a picture emerged of UFC middleweight kingpin Anderson Silva and his training partner Lyoto Machida watching the action unfold. Subtle this was not, as the company tried to force the hand of the viewers and shove down their ...
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All signs point to a super-fight between UFC middleweight king Anderson Silva (Pictured) vs. welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre going down in 2013, and the billboards are highlighted in bright neon lights. Not only was Silva featured in the final episode of “UFC 154 Primetime,” a three-part documentary he had no business appearing in as it featured St-Pierre and UFC interim...
UFC welterweight champion George St. Pierre's head trainer, Firas Zahabi, strongly believes that if UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva can make 170 lbs, than in order to make any potential...
The UFC is entering 2013 with two of the most stacked divisions in history in regards to the welterweight and middleweight divisions. Which is why it is quite perplexing that the president of the company is ready to pull its champions for at least half of the upcoming year.
UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva has opened as a -185 favorite over UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre. I’m wondering what the line would be for Silva vs Jones?
Georges St-Pierre Double Cartwheel
Nick Diaz Is Not Impressed With GSP
Although the fantasy fight between UFC middleweight king Anderson Silva (Pictured) and welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre is nowhere close to becoming fact, that hasn’t stopped the Gambling Gods from dropping their two cents on the subject.
If the blockbuster bout comes to fruition, the powers that be have dubbed Silva a slight -160 odds-on favorite to snap GSP’s 10-fight winning...
The ladies can’t get enough of light heavyweight champion Jon Jones, just ask Tito’s ex. Regardless if these girl eat meat, I’m sure they want to “Bones.”
Is This Really A Superfight?
GSP Swolled Up
The UFC's grand plans became obvious midway through the third round of Saturday night's five-round welterweight title fight at UFC 154.
As interim titleholder Carlos Condit was struggling mightily, valiantly, and ultimately in vain to spoil UFC legend Georges St-Pierre's comeback from a 1 ½-year layoff due to injury, a small screen popped up within the big screens at...
Former UFC light-heavyweight champion Rashad Evans strongly believes that UFC welterweight champion George St. Pierre has a good shot against Anderson Silva, and that he could even defeat the UFC...
Prior to Saturday’s welterweight title unification bout, it was believed a victorious Carlos Condit was the only thing standing between a super-fight with Georges St-Pierre (Pictured) and Anderson Silva.
Not only was Silva showcased in the final episode of “UFC 154 Primetime,” a three-part documentary the reigning middleweight champ had no business appearing in, but UFC president...
Anderson Silva stuck to his word of not walking into the cage and challenging GSP after his fight with Carlos Condit. Dana White said he would like to see the 2 fight in May sometime. I’m not sure GSP wants any part of it.
Is Silva Just Pulling Our Leg?
GSP Marked Up
The odds are in for the super-fight of the century.
With Georges St-Pierre absolutely dominating Carlos Condit in his return to the Octagon this past Saturday night at UFC 154, the most logical next step for the organization is to plan the super-fight between UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St-Pierre and UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva.
UFC President Dana White mentioned...
UFC president Dana White has already established a game plan to make the dream match up between UFC welterweight champion George St. Pierre and UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva a reality...
UFC 154: St. Pierre vs. Condit is in the books and once again the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) delivered a solid night of mixed martial arts action.
Pablo Garza, Rafael Dos Anjos, Francis Carmont, Johny Hendricks and Georges St. Pierre were the big winners last Saturday night in Monteeal as each picked up victories over their respective opponents on the main card.
Such is often the case with MMA though, as it’s one of the toughest sports to predict. But luckily for me there’s another UFC card in only a few short weeks and another chance to right the ship of my predictions.
"I am ze true keeng!"As we were watching UFC 154 on Saturday night, making hilarious quips and cyber high-fiving because we’re all awesome bros and babes, there was some excitement and chatter about something that wasn’t happening in the ring and in no way related to Brittney Palmer’s body. UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva and former light heavyweight champion...