UFC 162 live chat and analysis (Yahoo! Sports)


  • Share on Tumblr
  • submit to reddit

UFC 162, featuring the middleweight title fight between pound-for-pound champ Anderson Silva and challenger Chris Weidman, is live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Saturday.

Watch the main card live through Yahoo! Sports or join the conversation below as our MMA crew breaks down all the action.

view original article >>

Related News

  • 19 days ago
  • 31 views

From Yahoo Sports: Join the Yahoo Sports crew as it breaks down all the action from ringside in Las Vegas. more

  • 22 days ago
  • 52 views

It's not too difficult to figure out what we'll be discussing this time, is it? On the good side of things, the UFC is staging UFC 175 this weekend, which includes not one, but two title fights. That means it includes top flight fighters, so you know I'm happy. UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman will look to get past former UFC light heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida while UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey faces her next challenge in Alexis Davis. There is also The Ultimate Fi more

  • 15 days ago
  • 42 views

It's hard to know where to start and where to end with topics for this week's chat. There's the scintillating win by Chris Weidman over Lyoto Machida, B.J. Penn's horrible final fight, what's next for Frankie Edgar, what's next for Ronda Rousey, winners and losers from both events, poor or at least suspect judging, Stefan Struve's future and everything else you could possibly imagine. Oh, and UFC 176 was cancelled, too. There's a lot going on, so join me today to discuss all of this and more. In more

  • 8 days ago
  • 18 views

There isn't merely one, but two UFC events this week. First up on the docket is tonight's UFC Fight Night 45, an event held in Atlantic City, New Jersey that is headlined by a lightweight clash between two absolute go-getters in Donald Cerrone and Jim Miller. On Saturday, the UFC moves to Dublin, Ireland for the return of featherweight phenom Conor McGregor. Can he get past Diego Brandao? Is he really the future of the division? On one level or another, we're going to get some answers. Since our more

  • 23 days ago
  • 41 views

Chris Weidman and Ronda Rousey will both defend their titles at UFC 175 on Saturday night, according to an EA Sports UFC simulation released Tuesday. Weidman will defend his UFC middleweight title against Lyoto Machida with a second-round TKO, while Rousey retained her UFC women's bantamweight title with a submission (armbar) in the second round. Check out the action above. more

  • 21 days ago
  • 79 views

Check out Bloody Elbow's full coverage of UFC 175: Weidman vs. Machida from Las Vegas. more

  • 19 days ago
  • 28 views

Chris Weidman will defend his UFC middleweight title for the second time at UFC 175, and it will be against Lyoto Machida. Machida is the No. 3-ranked contender at middleweight, and he is undefeated since dropping from light heavyweight. He holds a knockout win over Mark Munoz and a decision victory over Gegard Mousasi. Now he faces his toughest task. Machida would join BJ Penn and Randy Couture as the only two-division champions in UFC history if he can pull off the upset. Weidman defeated Ande more

  • 19 days ago
  • 43 views

UFC 175 features a middleweight title fight, as Chris Weidman looks to defend his belt against former light heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida. Weidman will look to put Anderson Silva in his rear-view mirror, and a win over Machida would accomplish just that. For Machida, a win over Weidman would make him just the third fighter in UFC history to hold a belt in two different weight classes, Randy Couture and BJ Penn being the others. The stakes are high, and experts are split down the middle on w more

  • 19 days ago
  • 453 views

It was slow rolling to start the second. Machida threw a front kick that missed before circling around again. Weidman pushed forward like his corner told him to because, well, they wont' score it for the Brazilian if he's moving away and avoiding offense. So that's what the champion did, even doing some chasing so he could control the center of the cage. He landed with a hard right but Machida answered with a hard kick to the body. "The Dragon" tried a leaping right hand but missed. Weidman came more