UFC boss says Dallas stadium show still possible, Silva-Sonnen II to headline?


HOUSTON - After hosting a another successful show in the Lone Star State, the UFC could return to Texas with an even bigger event. It fact, the state could host the UFC's next major stadium show. And following his impressive victory over Brian Stann at Saturday's UFC 136 event at Houston's Toyota Center, Chael Sonnen could get his long-awaited rematch in the show's headliner. view original article >>
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