Jon Fitch sees Georges St-Pierre beating Nick Diaz and remaining entrenched as UFC champion. But that's okay, Fitch is happy doing what he loves... fighting. And he's focused on Demain Maia at UFC 156. read news >>
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Demian Maia is just one week removed from his second straight win at welterweight, and he's already thinking about how to keep climbing the divisional ladder.
Maia this past Saturday at UFC 153 in his home country of Brazil made quick work of Rick Story, getting a first-round submission.
Now Maia has a pair of ideas on whom he'd like to fight next, and Nick Diaz or Jon Fitch sound like good options to him.
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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 >>
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 >>
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 >>
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 >>
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 >>
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 >>
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 >>
But had the Stockton slugger agreed to a catchweight instead of middleweight, "GSP would give him the edge against "The Spider." One of the most highly-anticipated "super fights" that never came to be, and likely never will, was one pitting former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion, Anderson Silva, against former UFC welterweight king, Georges St-Pierre. Instead, we get to see Nick Diaz take "GSP's" place, as the Stockton slugger has agreed to take on "The Spider" at UFC read news >>
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Georges St-Pierre is as qualified as anyone to comment on the highly anticipated UFC 183 main event between returning former longtime middleweight champion Anderson Silva and his fellow returnee, former Strikeforce welterweight champ Nick Diaz. St-Pierre was Silva's contemporary for years atop the sport's pound-for-pound polls, and he fought Diaz, defeating him via decision at UFC 158. And while St-Pierre gives Diaz plenty of respect, he believes Stockton's most famous athlete made one mistake: read news >>