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  • a year ago
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Anderson Silva may be the top-ranked pound-for-pound fighter in the world, but Johny Hendricks could be a more dangerous opponent for Georges St. Pierre, according to Pat Miletich. read news >>

  • a year ago
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Anderson Silva's loss has every UFC champ, including GSP, on notice. No superstar is safe. read news >>

  • a year ago
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Johny Hendricks' coach Mike Dolce responds to comments from Georges St-Pierre's trainer about who is truly most deserving of a shot at the UFC welterweight title. read news >>

  • a year ago
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While a superfight between Georges St-Pierre and Anderson Silva is appealing to most, Johny Hendricks doesn't want to see the fight, not now at least. read news >>

  • a year ago
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“If Georges says to me, 'I want to fight Anderson Silva,' do you think I'm gonna go, ‘No you're not, you're fighting Johny Hendricks?’” posited UFC president Dana White. read news >>

  • a year ago
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Georges St. Pierre could fight Johny Hendricks next, but Anderson Silva is also a possibility, according to trainer Firas Zahabi. read news >>

  • a year ago
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Hendricks forced to fight dangerous opponent Carlos Condit instead of the UFC welterweight titleholder. read news >>

  • a year ago
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Johny Hendricks didn’t get the matchup he wanted, but he will have a fight on his hands March 16 when he meets Jake Ellenberger at UFC 158. read news >>

  • a year ago
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Fans can call foul play all they want. Nick Diaz was simply the best choice for the UFC welterweight champion. read news >>

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As we speak, Johny Hendricks is about a month into his fight camp. Never mind that the UFC welterweight champion doesn’t yet officially have an opponent for the first defense of his title. Never mind that, due to the fight company’s jam-packed pay-per-view schedule, Hendricks estimates he’s still five or six months away from returning to the cage. What Hendricks does have is full medical clearance to resume training, after tearing his right bicep while beating Robbie Lawler to claim the vacant 1 read news >>

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