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Mark Munoz has always let his fighting do the talking for him, but if he beats Chris Weidman on Wednesday night he's going to call for a title shot against Anderson Silva. Retweet this Share on Facebook • Ema read news >>

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Chris Weidman derailed Mark Munoz’ quest for a title shot, stopping the contender in the second round by technical knockout at UFC on Fuel TV 4: Munoz vs. Weidman. Retweet this Share on Facebook • Email • read news >>

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Mark Munoz believes Chris Weidman is a final hurdle to a shot at UFC middleweight champ Anderson Silva. "With a win over Chris Weidman, I'm going to prove that I should have the title shot," Munoz today told MMAjunkie.com Radio Yet "The Filipino Wrecking Machine" said his elbow isn't completely back to normal following an injury that temporarily halted his career. read news >>

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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 >>

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Main-event middleweights Chris Weidman ($44,000) opponent Mark Munoz ($42,000), plus main-card welterweight winner Aaron Simpson ($46,000) were the top earners at Wednesday's UFC on FUEL TV 4 event. MMAjunkie.com on Thursday obtained the list of disclosed paydays from the California State Athletic Commission. The total disclosed payroll for the event was $446,000. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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SAN JOSE, Calif. - The question of whether or not Chris Weidman is ready for a shot at Anderson Silva may have been answered. Weidman, in just his ninth career fight, stayed unbeaten and looked more dominant than ever before with a second-round TKO of Mark Munoz. And though a middleweight title shot against Silva was far from guaranteed, Weidman set himself ahead of the pack for now. The middleweight bout was the main event of Wednesday's UFC on FUEL TV 4 event at HP Pavilion in San Jo read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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There's power in demanding a UFC title shot, particularly if you have a few hundred thousand Twitter followers to spare.  But it's got to make business sense to your employers, and the question hanging over UFC on FUEL TV 4's Mark Munoz vs. Chris Weidman headliner is whether the winner not only deserves a crack at Anderson Silva but can be sold as such.  "UFC on FUEL TV 4: Munoz vs. Weidman" takes place tonight at HP Pavilion in San Jose, Calif. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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The UFC on Fuel TV 4 headliner is now official, as Mark Munoz and Chris Weidman tipped the scales under the contracted middleweight limit at Tuesday’s weigh-ins. read news >>

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Mark Munoz and Chris Weidman will try to show why they belong in the conversation for the next crack at Anderson Silva when they meet at UFC on Fuel TV 4, but first they have to weigh in on Tuesday. Retweet this Share on Facebook

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In a middleweight match-up that could potentially crown the next No. 1 contender, Mark Munoz will get back in action against Chris Weidman for the headline bout on the card. Retweet this Share on Facebook • Emai read news >>

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Coming off a huge second-round KO win over fellow contender Mark Munoz, Chris Weidman is the talk of the UFC middleweight division. read news >>

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Former UFC welterweight champion Matt Serra sees a future champion in 185-pound pupil Chris Weidman. Of course, the New Yorker is biased toward Weidman. But as the only fighter to defeat Georges St-Pierre - despite 10-to-1 odds - in the last eight years, Serra's ability to spot long shots isn't something to be taken lightly. He believes Weidman has what it takes to snap Anderson Silva's historic streak of 10 straight title defenses and 15 straight UFC wins. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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Chris Weidman addresses the press after his fight against Mark Munoz at the UFC on Fuel 4 press conference and talks about his fight with Munoz and a possible match-up against Anderson Silva. Retweet this Share on Facebook

  • 2 years ago
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Chris Weidman asked for his fight with Mark Munoz, and things seemed to go not bad. Not bad at all. Now he wants another fight - an even bigger one. And he believes if given a crack at UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva, he'll shock the world. "I asked for (Munoz), and the UFC was willing to give me the fight I wanted," Weidman on Friday told MMAjunkie.com Radio. "Mark Munoz was probably the worst matchup for me on paper. He's a wrestler and he has powerful striking. But I took t read news >>

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