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UFC champion Georges St-Pierre talks about a potential super fight against Anderson Silva and admits that if he goes up to 185lbs, there would be no coming back to the welterweight division.  Read More >> read news >>

  • a month ago
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Nick Diaz’s decision to move up to the UFC middleweight division to take on one of the greatest fighters or all time in Anderson Silva may not have been a very wise decision, according to former UFC champion Georges St-Pierre.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

  • a year ago
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Rashad Evans says it would be an honor to face and defeat the great Anderson Silva, but right now he's not even sure he is going to test the waters at middleweight. read news >>

  • 3 years ago
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There don't appear to be too many challenges left for Anderson Silva in the UFC, but president Dana White admits that it might just be about time to see who the pound for pound best is with a fight against GSP.  Read More >> read news >>

  • 7 days ago
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In this case, it seems money might be able to buy love. Not long after Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey announced they had inked deals with Reebok (details here), Anderson Silva revealed he could be the next UFC star to sign with the company. According to MMA Fighting, negotiations are ongoing between "The Spider" and the shoe and sports apparel company for a sponsorship deal. But, after having a very good re read news >>

  • 21 days ago
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UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis had some things to say about Anderson Silva's leg break in an interview, but changed his tune a little later in a follow-up with another media outlet. Anthony Pettis is the center of attention right now, with good reason. He will defend his UFC lightweight title for the first time this weekend against Gilbert Melendez at UFC 181, and has been doing the media rounds ahead of the bout. One of the more controversial things that has come out of all this was fr read news >>

  • a month ago
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"I actually think he's right. For him to go up in weight at 185 pounds and fight a guy like Anderson Silva who many consider the greatest of all time, well, I think it's a smart decision by Georges. Georges wanted to fight more at a catchweight of 175 (pounds), maybe even 170 pounds, where it would be in his favor. So is GSP scared? Yes, and that's also what made him one of the best champions of all time." Retired Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) title contender-turned-FOX Sports 1 mixed mar read news >>

  • a month ago
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According to Nick Diaz, the reason why the oft-talked-about superfight between Georges St-Pierre and Anderson Silva never took place was simply because St-Pierre was afraid. The former Strikeforce welterweight champ wasn’t too happy about St-Pierre’s recent comments regarding his upcoming middleweight bout with Silva on January 31. During an appearance on Chael Sonnen’s You’re Welcome podcast, St-Pierre claimed that Diaz “made a mistake” by accepting a fight with Silva at 185 pounds instead of a read news >>

  • a month ago
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Jon Jones spoke about his willingness to take on UFC superfights in the future, just not if it's against Anderson Silva. Jon Jones has beaten most of the top light heavyweights the UFC has had for the past few years, and according to the dominant champ, he would be willing to look towards having super fights after a couple more wins. Jones walks around at 230 lbs, and if all goes according to plan, he would conceivably bulk up a bit to 240 lbs and look for heavyweight bouts in the future. MMA Fi read news >>

  • a month ago
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Nick Diaz thinks that Georges St. Pierre wasn't willing to fight Anderson Silva at middleweight--as Diaz will do at UFC 183--out of fear. Not that it's anything new for his career, but Nick Diaz has been a star for the UFC over the past week. He's dropped great quotes in interviews and at media events while still seeming entirely himself. That's one of the things that has always attracted fans to the Diaz style, despite any other issues they may have with his behavior and personality. On The MMA read news >>

  • a month ago
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Nick Diaz was in Las Vegas on Monday to promote his fight with Anderson Silva, but he couldn't help but take a few jabs at his old friend Georges St-Pierre. read news >>

  • a month ago
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While much has changed in MMA over the past few years, at least we can take comfort in knowing that fewer things still liven up a Nick Diaz interview faster than the mention of Georges St-Pierre's name. In classic Diaz fashion, Stockton's favorite son meandered through a myriad of topics during Monday's appearance The MMA Hour, from his near two-year layoff to his upcoming return fight against Anderson Silva UFC 183. But without a doubt, the subject that fired Diaz up the most was his old welter read news >>

  • a month ago
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And he should keep his opinions to himself. Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre recently gave his take on the upcoming "super fight" between former Middleweight champ, Anderson Silva, and former No. 1-ranked 170-pound contender, Nick Diaz (read it here). The fight -- which is set to pop off at UFC 183 on Jan. 31, 2015, in Las Vegas, Nevada -- is going to be contested at 185 pounds, which is bad for Diaz, according to "Rush," because it's Silva's do read news >>

  • a month ago
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Don't believe the hype! Widely considered to be the best pound-for-pound mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter of all time, Anderson Silva is not as good as Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) may try and have you believe. That's according to Chael Sonnen, a man who fought and lost to "The Spider" on two separate occasions. In his assessment, "American Gangster" says former Welterweight champion, Georges St-Pierre, is a much better athlete and a much better fighter than the former Middleweight king. read news >>

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