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  • 2 years ago
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If you've gotten excited about some potential superfight drama after the UFC 154 main event, you might wanna temper your expectations. First, of course, Georges St-Pierre has to return from a 19-month layoff and beat Carlos Condit. If that happens, there has been speculation that Anderson Silva would enter the octagon to set up a pound-for-pound fight between the two dominant champions. UFC President Dana White said as much this past week, and Silva plans on being cageside in Montreal. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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With Anderson Silva planning to be in attendance at UFC 154, all the talk of a potential superfight between him and Georges St-Pierre could come to a head, should GSP win his fight. read news >>

  • 5 hours ago
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In every sport, there exists a perpetual debate as to who the greatest of all time is. And with each passing generation, the line blurs between the ghosts of past, present and future. Mixed martial arts, under the banner of the UFC, turned 20 in 2013. In comparison to its more seasoned siblings, MMA is going through puberty. But that doesn't mean the cage hasn't showcased its share of brilliance. What was once mostly spectacle, like matching a 600-pound sumo wrestler against a 170-pound whirling read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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Bleacher Report lead mixed martial arts writers Jonathan Snowden and Jeremy Botter have banded together—much like a modern-day version of Wham!—to take on the most important questions facing the MMA world. Welcome to The Question. In his last two fights, the once-great Anderson Silva was knocked unconscious and had his leg snapped into pieces. It seemed like an ignominious end to an amazing career. But rather than go gently into that good night, the 39-year-old Silva decided to carry on. He main read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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For a long time people thought Anderson Silva was invincible, but "The Spider" explains that everyone has a dark cloud moment. read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva has never been a fan of talkers. Ahead of his Jan. 31 showdown with Nick Diaz at UFC 183, Silva is urging featherweight champion Jose Aldo to punish No. 1 contender Conor McGregor for his vocabulary. "Aldo said what we needed to hear," Silva told Globo (via Bloody Elbow). "He's the king, Chad Mendes is the prince and McGregor is the joker. Enough said. I think that McGregor is a cool guy but Aldo is a lot cooler. Aldo is my brother until I die. Hit read news >>

  • 5 days ago
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Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva doesn’t like to fight Brazilians, but he thinks there are a few fighters close to him who don’t feel the same way.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • a month ago
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Don't count on UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis breaking his leg in the Octagon any time soon. A Taekwondo practitioner of 22 years, Pettis was asked Monday if seeing former middleweight champion Anderson Silva suffer the grisly injury would affect his fighting style. "Not really," Pettis told New York City's HOT 97. "It was kind of an amateur mistake. He kicked a check and that's like a basic kickboxing move. I mean, he's probably done that a million times in his life and that was just t read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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UFC 'money weight' Nick Diaz may be the best and worst representation of a martial artist in modern MMA. The expletive hurling, nunchuck twirling Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt isn't above breaking out the ole Stockton Salute on occasion, but Diaz says he'd never seriously target an opponent's injury. "When someone tells you a fighter's injured and they tell you to go after an injury, it really throws you off," Diaz told media in Las Vegas (via Yahoo! Sports). "It would be sad to lose a fight on read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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“The Time Is Now” press conference the UFC held on Monday afternoon may have failed at delivering the promised big announcement, but it was not light on MMA news. UFC President Dana White mentioned two possible title contenders for 2015. First, former longtime middleweight champion Anderson Silva was name-dropped. The champion has been out of action since he was defeated for the second time by Chris Weidman. A checked leg kick resulted in a broken leg for Silva. Silva returns to action on Januar read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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UFC lightweight Nate Diaz and former light heavyweight contender Chael Sonnen are as curious about UFC 183's main event as anyone else. Set to mark the returns of former middleweight champion Anderson Silva and welterweight contender Nick Diaz, the 185 pound bout poses more than a few intriguing questions. Appearing this week on Sonnen's podcast, Nate Diaz seems least of all worried about his older brother being undersized. "Nick's a good size," said Diaz. "Anderson Silva fought Ryo Chonan, Jere read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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"We'll see what happens." UFC president Dana White has been dropping the phrase on media for years. White clings to the motto whenever he can, but he got his money's worth when it came to questions on allowing a fantastical boxing match between former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva and boxing legend Roy Jones Jr. Even prior to losing his title to Chris Weidman at UFC 162, Silva has been campaigning for the exhibition bout for years. White has never flat-out forbade the match between Si read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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"It's time for Brazil to take most of the titles back." As a Brazilian heading into a UFC title fight, Fabricio Werdum would certainly hope to be more optimistic than his countryman, former middleweight champion Anderson Silva. In 2012, four Brazilians held UFC titles with Junior dos Santos at heavyweight, Silva at middleweight, Jose Aldo at featherweight and Renan Barao at 135 pounds. In 2014, only Aldo remains. In October, Silva reflected on the shift away from Brazil's shared dominance over t read news >>

  • 3 months ago
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To most watching UFC 179, light heavyweight Phil Davis’ callout of former middleweight champ Anderson Silva seemed a bit odd.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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