The Ultimate Fighting Championship is once again taking over Fourth of July weekend in Las Vegas. The organization formally announced today that UFC middleweight champion and undisputed pound-for-pound king Anderson Silva will return to the Octagon on Saturday, July 6 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena to face undefeated No. 1 contender Chris Weidman. That’s not all: [...]
It seems odd that Frankie Edgar, a guy who has fought seven title fights in a row, and all to true number one contenders (at least in my opinion) would want to hope on the hype-train bandwagon as a way to get a title shot, but who am I to judge? We just got off UFC 159, where Chael Sonnen got a world title shot because he called out the champ. Chael didn’t have a light heavyweight...
Frankie Edgar is still a fan favorite for a reason, here he is at UFC 159 taking a picture with a fan wearing a bootleg UFC championship belt. Frankie should have grabbed it and let him know you can’t be over 25 wearing a fake strap like that. Hopefully the belt was for his kid.
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If anyone has ever watched Frankie Edgar fight it’s hard not to love him, no homo…He’s like the modern day Rocky, can’t wait for him to step back in the octagon at UFC 162 against Charles Oliveira.
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Frankie Edgar gives his thoughts UFC 158 main event fight between welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre and Nick Diaz. Here are the former champs thoughts.
“I think they both come in with strong cardio, Georges is the superior athlete. I think Nick would want to try and pressure him on his feet as much as he can, try to avoid takedowns, but I think – Georges, no one does...
The Nevada State Athletic Commission has medically suspended 13 athletes who competed in Saturday’s “UFC 156: Aldo vs. Edgar” event. ‘
Frankie Edgar (Pictured) could be riding the pine for up to six months with a possible left orbital fracture. The former lightweight champion can return to action sooner with a doctor’s note.
Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas hosted...
Former UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar discusses his upcoming bout against featherweight champion Jose Aldo set for this Saturday night at UFC 156. Edgar (15-3-1), who has competed his...
As expected, former UFC lightweight champion Frankie Edgar (Pictured) has finally decided to move to the featherweight division. “The Answer’s” transition was announced during this week’s edition of FUEL TV’s UFC Tonight.
Edgar is hoping to make his 145-pound debut in December. No opponent has been named.
After losing his lightweight belt to Benson Henderson at UFC...
For the umpteenth time, Frankie Edgar was involved in another too-close-to-call five-round affair. On Saturday night at UFC 150, “The Answer” appeared to discover the solution for Benson Henderson (Pictured).
However, when the verdict was read, Edgar found himself on the wrong end of a (46-49, 48-47, 48-47) split decision rendering.
Judges Mark Van Tine and Dave Hagan gave...
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The sequel certainly outpaced the original, but the ending was the same: Benson Henderson beat Frankie Edgar via a decision.
Henderson retained the lightweight belt he grasped in February's bout with Edgar with a majority decision Saturday night (46-49, 48-47, 48-47) in the main event of UFC 150 at Pepsi Center.
Each of the three judges gave the first round to Henderson and...