Middleweight champ Anderson Silva named cover athlete of 'UFC Undisputed 3'


HOUSTON - UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva will grace the cover of "UFC Undisputed 3." On the main stage of UFC Fan Expo Houston 2011, UFC president Dana White today revealed the winner of a fan-driven vote that ran from Aug. 26 to Sept 30. "I'm very happy," Silva said after the announcement. "Thank you to my fans and my family. For me this is a great, great, great dream." view original article >>
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