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There weren’t too many upsets last Saturday at UFC 157, but don’t fret because the Octagon comes storming back this weekend with another set of investment options.
UFC on FUEL TV 8 features a light heavyweight scrap between Brian Stann (Pictured) and Wanderlei Silva. “The All-American” is pegged as nearly a 2.5-to-1 odds-on favorite to hand Silva his second straight loss.
“The Axe Murderer,” meanwhile, checks in as almost a 2-to-1 underdog.
Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan hosts the festivities. FUEL TV broadcasts the main card live in America beginning at 10PM ET/7PM PT.
Here are the available wagering liens for Saturday (Courtesy of BetUS);
Favorites (-) Underdogs (+)
Takanori Gomi +250
Diego Sanchez -350
Mark Hunt +145
Stefan Struve -175
Wanderlei Silva +190
Brian Stann -240
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5'11" 205 lbs (Light Heavyweight)
74" reach, Orthodox
July 3, 1976
34-12-1 (1) (UFC: 4-7)
1 straight loss
Black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
IVC Light Heavyweight Champion: 1999 (no title defenses)
Pride Middleweight Champion: 2001...
The Ultimate Fighting Championship has released the ‘In Focus’ special for the UFC on Fuel TV 8 fight card, which is set to take place Saturday night in Saitama, Japan. Headlining the card will be PRIDE legend Wanderei Silva taking on ex-Marine Brian Stann and the co-main event will feature a heavyweight showdown between Stefan Struve and Mark Hunt.
Watch the In Focus Special...
The Octagon’s torrid three-week run comes to an end this Saturday in Japan. After “UFC on FUEL TV: Silva vs. Stann” wraps inside Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, the planet’s biggest mixed martial arts promotion returns March 16th with the most anticipated welterweight affair in MMA history.
The UFC’s Facebook page kicks off the action this weekend by streaming all six prelims...
6'1" 205 lbs (Light Heavyweight)
74" reach, Orthodox
September 24, 1980
12-5 (UFC: 6-4)
1 straight loss
Blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
Black belt in Marine Corps Martial Arts Program
WEC Light Heavyweight Champion: 2008 (no successful...
Wanderlei Silva isn't nostalgic about the early, no-holds-barred days of mixed martial arts.
"We didn't have rules, style or anything," the veteran Brazilian fighter told FOXSports.com "Man, you didn't even have any warning on who you were going to fight. I think that's why there were so many jokes made about the sport and the fighters."
The MMA world might still be buzzing over Ronda Rousey’s thrilling big league debut, but let’s not forget the Octagon comes storming back this Saturday in the Land of the Rising Sun.
“UFC on FUEL TV: Silva vs. Stann” takes place inside Saitama Super Arena in Saitama, Japan.
A light heavyweight shootout between Wanderlei Silva (Pictured) and Brian Stann headlines the festivities...
The UFC is set to return to Saitama, Japan on Saturday night with a stellar fight card that features a light=heavyweight clash between Brian Stann and PRIDE legend Wanderlei Silva. The UFC on FUEL TV 8 pre-fight press conference took place earlier today and featured most of the combatants on the main card.
Watch the replay of the conference below:
This weekend in Saitama, it's time for "The Axe Murderer" to return to the scene of his most famous crimes.
Check out the full episode of Fuel TV 8's in focus below which delves deep into the main event between Wanderlei Silva and "All American" Brian Stann.
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