Fabricio Werdum wants a crack at the gold.
The next man in line for the UFC heavyweight title is Fabricio Werdum, who took some time recently to give his take on the UFC 166 title fight between Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos.
Do you remember Junior dos Santos' UFC debut? He certainly does. But Fabricio Werdum might not. Or at least, he probably wants to forget about it.
UFC heavyweight contender Fabricio Werdum wants to wait for the winner of champion Cain Velasquez and former titleholder Junior dos Santos.
UFC heavyweight champion Junior dos Santos is the new star of Nike’s Brazilian team.
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Frank Mir, who takes on current champ Junior dos Santos for the title at UFC 146, says the champ can't escape the fear of what Mir will do to him.
In his first fight in the UFC, Junior Dos Santos entered the Octagon as a huge underdog as he was set to face veteran heavyweight Fabricio Werdum.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - For the second-straight fight heavyweight
slugger Junior Dos Santos was unable to finish his
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UFC on FOX 11 will determine the next in line against heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, and Junior dos Santos believes that Travis Browne will come out victorious on Saturday night.
Velasquez put a definitive end to his rivalry with JDS on Saturday, beating him up badly before referee Herb Dean mercifully ended it.
Velasquez's boast that he couldn't submitted JDS plenty of times at UFC 155 struck a nerve with the Brazilian.
After months of hype leading up to the first-ever UFC bout televised on FOX, heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez and Junior dos Santos needed only 64 seconds to determine the outcome.
In November 2011, Junior dos Santos ripped Cain Velasquez' heavyweight title away. A year later, Velasquez paid his rival back over twenty-five record-setting, career-defining minutes.