Found November 14, 2012 on
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Anderson Silva is arguably the greatest champion in UFC history. Yet certain responsibilities come along with the title and if the champion isn’t meeting those obligations it is time for the UFC to strip him of his title and take their championship back.
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MMA fans hoping to see Anderson Silva and Georges St. Pierre step in the cage and square off at UFC 154 are going to have to keep on waiting a bit longer.
In a recent interview with Tatame.com , Anderson Silva stated that he has no plans to fight inside the octagon again until the end of 2013. He did confirm that he would be cageside this weekend at UFC 154, but stated that he would not call out Georges St.Pierre. So what does the current champ [...]
Although UFC president Dana White has claimed on numerous occasions that he has never spoken to middleweight king Anderson Silva (Pictured) or welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre about a potential super-fight, it’s clear MMA’s head honcho has the scrap in his sights.
While appearing as a guest on Thursday morning’s edition of ESPN’s SportsCenter, White revealed Silva traveling...
Contrary to what UFC president Dana White believes, or probably prefers, reigning middleweight king Anderson Silva (Pictured) will not enter the Octagon to challenge a victorious Georges St-Pierre this Saturday. According to Silva, he is merely attending UFC 154 as a respectful spectator.
Oh, and get this, 185-pound contenders, the 37-year-old, who turns a ripe 38 in April, claims...
We all know that Dana White is a gambler but he is taking a big one at UFC 156. Alistair Overeem is scheduled to return but will not be stepping right back into a title fight. The former champion will instead have to go throw a giant en route to a championship fight.