Anderson Silva's attention to detail has helped keep him atop the UFC.
While some might call him delusional for the proclamations he's made in the past, Dana White has rarely, if ever, backed off a stance. This week was no different.
UFC president Dana White says the prognosis is good, and that he expects Anderson Silva will be back in the Octagon, fighting, by the end of the year.
On Wednesday, Anderson Silva revealed that his thoughts about a return to fighting include his desire to fight one of his idols, Roy Jones, Jr., in a boxing match... perhaps even before he r...
As Travis Browne showed against Alistair Overeem, MMA fighters can overcome ridiculous odds. Silva's uphill battle is just another case.
Dana White and Co. have their work cut out for them in 2014, but the UFC has lost megastars before and pulled through with flying colors.
Weidman retained the UFC middleweight title in gruesome fashion as Silva was unable to continue after breaking his leg.
The UFC middleweight champion says he is now an even better fighter than the one who defeated perhaps the greatest MMA fighter who has ever lived.
Silva's confidence and clowning in the Octagon has led to his 'G.O.A.T.' status, so why would he reinvent the wheel now?
The UFC's media blitz is for good reason: Weidman-Silva II is just one event in a ridiculous string of upcoming fight nights.
Reflecting on his friend, Chris Weidman's victory over Anderson Silva, Georges St-Pierre contemplated how no matter how great, the greatest aren't unstoppable.
The 26-year-old Brazilian may not be as well known as The Spider, but that's about to change.
LOS ANGELES – Georges St-Pierre knows something about upset losses, which is why he may be a little more forgiving than most when it comes to UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva's ...
After Chris Weidman knocked out Anderson Silva on July 6, one topic of post-fight conversation centered on how the Brazilian’s defeat had ruined potential matchups against Jon Jones and Geor...
Things certainly didn't didn't work out the way Anderson Silva hoped at UFC 162, but the resulting scenes paint "The Spider" in perhaps a more human light than ever before.