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Despite being 38-years of age, Anderson Silva's best days are still ahead. At least you'd have to imagine that after his current negotiations with the UFC on a new contract landed at way more than three or four more fights. read news >>

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Former UFC middleweight champion Rich Franklin recently commented on the media firestorm surrounding the recent failed drug tests of pound-for-pound great and one-time Octagon adversary Anderson Silva. The Spider was given a temporary suspension by the Nevada Athletic Commission in a February hearing and will face further discipline at a commission meeting later this month. Franklin, who lost his title in lopsided fashion to Silva at UFC 64, told Submission Radio that the positive tests overshad read news >>

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And fortunately for Cat Zingano, she is still considered the next best women's bantamweight after Ronda Rousey despite her quick loss to "Rowdy." The official Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) rankings have been updated following UFC 184, which went down this past weekend (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. For complete "Rousey vs. Zingano " results and play-by-play click here. Holly Holm made the biggest jump of the week, as she cracked the top 10 after de read news >>

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Friends don't call each other cheaters. "When you go through a situation like he's gone through, there's a lot of medical people that are gonna advise you to do this or that to heal yourself. I'll never look at Anderson [Silva] as a cheater. What he's been able to accomplish throughout his career is just unbelievable. He's still a guy I admire and look up to tremendously and I'm pulling for him to just get through all this and continue being the champion that he's been." When Ultimate Fighting C read news >>

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UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones explains why he does not consider the former middleweight kingpin a cheater. Last month, former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva sent shockwaves throughout the MMA community when it was revealed by the Nevada Athletic Commission that he had tested positive for performance enhancing drugs in his UFC 183 out-of-competition test. It was later confirmed that Silva tested positive for Oxazepam, Temazepam, and drostanolone metabolites in his post-fight read news >>

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With Ronda Rousey’s win over Cat Zingano in the main event of UFC 184, she has once again shown an amazing ability to dominate the best that her division has to offer.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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News that former UFC middleweight champion and possibly the greatest mixed martial artist of all time Anderson Silva had failed multiple drug tests surrounding his UFC 183 bout with Nick Diaz shook the entire sport to its core. But while "The Spider" initially claimed ignorance in relation to the flags, he is changing his tune. According to Brazilian news site UOL (via UFC.com), Silva is planning to admit to his use of banned substances at his hearing with the Nevada State Athletic Commission. A read news >>

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The UFC is reporting that Anderson Silva will admit to having used “several performance enhancing substances” in order to aid in his recovery. read news >>

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Fedor Emelianenko talks about Anderson Silva's failed test, and UFC being the one that 'missed out' on putting on a match up against Brock Lesnar. Fedor Emelianenko is in the US to help promote the upcoming Bellator card, and he has been doing the rounds with the media. Apart from talking about PED's in general, the former PRIDE champ has since stated that Anderson Silva's failed test was a 'slap in the face'. He spoke about it with FanSided: It’s extremely upsetting that an athlete of that leve read news >>

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LONDON – Everyone, it seems, has an opinion on Anderson Silva in the wake of his positive drug tests at UFC 183. Included in that mix is UFC light heavyweight Jimi ManuwaFiled under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Former UFC fighter Wanderlei Silva came to the aid of his fellow Brazilian Anderson Silva, and explained why the positive drug test will never tarnish the former champion’s legacy. On Tuesday, Feb. 3, it was announced that former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva tested positive for Drostanolone and Androstane, both banned substances under the World Anti-Doping Agency code. A few weeks later, after vehemently denying any wrongdoing, Silva failed his post-fight test for oxazepam, medicatio read news >>

  • 8 days ago
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Counting his stunning setback against Frank Mir at UFC Fight Night 61, three of Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva's last four fights have now ended in brutal and dramatic first-round knockout losses. The lone outlier of that group, a draw overturned into a no contest because of a failed Silva drug test, saw the Brazilian sustain massive damage throughout a legendary five-round slugfest against Mark Hunt. It's a trend that's become hard to ignore in light of Sunday night's disappointing performance against read news >>

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Former UFC middleweight contender Wanderlei Silva is the latest Brazilian athlete to voice his support for Anderson Silva following "The Spider's" failed UFC 183 drug tests. Wandy hopes to see the former champ regain his title when the "storm passes" read news >>

  • 11 days ago
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Werdum wants to see "The Spider" hang up his gloves for good. "Anderson let a lot of people down, mostly because he said that fighters using PEDs shouldn't fight anymore. Everybody wants to hear what he has to say. Let's see if he'll keep his word and retire. It damaged his image. Everybody knows who Anderson is and this happened out of nowhere. It damaged the image of the sport too, a image that took a long time to be built. People who dislike MMA say that the sport is a fraud and all fighters read news >>

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