Anderson Silva's record-breaking run in the UFC has earned him an immediate rematch should Chris Weidman take his middleweight title on Saturday. But a win could put a superfight with Jon Jones or Georges St-Pierre on the table. read news >>
Anderson Silva’s seven-year title reign came crashing down at UFC 162 on Saturday with a flurry of punches by Chris Weidman, and it put an end to the superfight talk era his accomplishments ushered in. read news >>
- a year ago
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The MMA world still is abuzz over the KO loss Anderson Silva suffered at the hands of Chris Weidman. Go behind the scenes as Silva gets up from the canvas and watches the replays of Weidman's handiwork on the big screens read news >>
- a year ago
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Everything leading up to UFC 162 and everything since has pointed to a rematch between Anderson Silva and Chris Weidman. It's looking more and more likely that a rematch will come to fruition. read news >>
Despite losing for the first time in the Octagon, Anderson Silva still banked a guaranteed $600,000 to Chris Weidman's show and win money total of $48,000. read news >>
Mark Munoz has some ideas if Anderson Silva isn't in the mood for a rematch with Chris Weidman to try to recapture his middleweight title. Well, really just one idea: He'll take the shot. read news >>
Chris Weidman appears more than willing to prove his UFC 162 knockout of Anderson Silva was no fluke. read news >>
LAS VEGAS – Anderson Silva bobbed, weaved and clowned his way to the first loss of his UFC career. read news >>
Win, lose or draw, Anderson Silva will go home from his next fight at UFC 162 a rather happy man, at least financially. Win, lose or draw, Silva is guaranteed $600,000 as long as he shows up to fight on Saturday. read news >>
UFC middleweight contender Vitor Belfort heard Dana White's explanation for why a rematch with Anderson Sillva might not happen, but he's not buying the logic for one second. read news >>
As Anderson Silva's next opponent, Chris Weidman has just the kind of story that fits into an all-too-familiar narrative for the UFC's promotional machine. read news >>
Next month Anderson Silva looks for his record 11th consecutive UFC title defense. However, you can see how the MMA great first won the middleweight belt. read news >>
- 4 years ago
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Despite his loss at UFC 117, Chael Sonnen has earned an immediate rematch with UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva.
UFC president Dana White, who's busy with a final media blitz for this week's UFC 118 event in Boston, today confirmed the plans while on ESPN's "SportsCenter," though a date has not been determined for the rematch.
Sonnen dominated four and a half rounds of the Aug. 7 fight before Silva scored a come-from-behind triangle-choke victory in the fifth and final round.
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Why did Anderson Silva fail his UFC 183 drug test? Don't ask "The Spider," because the former middleweight champion has no explanation. In fact, when his manager informed him that Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) returned a positive result for steroids (more on that here), Silva was taken by complete surprise. From his conversation with TMZ. "I don't know what happened. I'm surprised. When my manager called me and said ‘Anderson, we have a problem because you go to the test for the commis read news >>