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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is probably glad it got rid of Thiago Silva when it did (the second time), as his ex-wife, Thaysa Kamiji, continues to release videos that paint the light heavyweight mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter in a not-so-flattering light. This latest offering shows Silva cocking his gun while Kamiji tries to reason with him (via MMA Fighting): Silva: I have (the gun) in my pocket. I didn't do anything. Kamiji: You're holding it. For the love of God. Kamiji: Why are yo read news >>

  • 16 hours ago
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Thiago Silva's ex-wife has released another video, this time showing the Brazilian fighter in an agitated state and cocking his gun. Following the release of a pair of videos showing Thiago Silva allegedly high on cocaine and searching the house in conspicuous fashion, the fighter's ex-wife Thaysa Kamiji has put out a another video, this time showing him in a frustrated state allegedly holding a gun. The first video led to Silva's immediate release from the UFC, after the promotion had forgiven read news >>

  • 17 hours ago
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A third video of Thiago Silva and his ex-wife Thaysa Kamiji has surfaced, and in this one Silva is seen cocking his gun. Silva was released again from the UFC roster on Friday after videos began surfacing showing him in an agitated state with a firearm. Silva, who had been charged with aggravated assault and battery, sending threatening texts, and resisting arrest without violence from a February 6 incident with Kamiji and Pablo Popovitch, was recently re-signed by the UFC after the charges were read news >>

  • 19 hours ago
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  • 20 hours ago
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It appeared we were in the clear to look forward to UFC 178, one of the deepest events in quite some time, as we rolled through into the weekend. We were finishing up a rare drama-free week in the world's wackiest sport. Or so it seemed. Friday, the UFC turned into the NFL in one respect, as in short order, Thiago Silva was released for domestic abuse and Anthony "Rumble" Johnson was indefinitely suspended on similar charges. Not too long thereafter, Wanderlei Silva went on a slightly unhinged r read news >>

  • 22 hours ago
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Kid Nate looks back at this morning's UFC Fight Night Japan: Hunt vs. Nelson with comments on every match and bonus rant from the MMA Bunker about Wanderlei Silva's retirement and the UFC's quick response to Thiago Silva + Anthony "Rumble" Johnson domestic violence reports. read news >>

  • a day ago
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Two weeks after being reinstated by the UFC, Thiago Silva has once again been released after his wife revealed new video evidence against him. read news >>

  • a day ago
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An extremely emotional Wanderlei Silva on Friday announced his retirement from fighting, blaming his loss of desire on the way the UFC has treated him and other fighters. read news >>

  • 2 days ago
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Read on for the UFC's statement on Thiago Silva.  read news >>

  • a day ago
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Thiago Silva has been released and Anthony Johnson suspended indefinitely by the UFC after separate revelations emerged Friday afternoon illustrating histories of domestic violence from both fighters. On Friday, Silva's ex-wife, Thaysa Kamiji, posted two videos (h/t to Zane Simon of Bloody Elbow), the first apparently depicting Silva carrying a gun and searching his house for an unnamed person, and the second allegedly showing him high on cocaine. (First video below.) A statement posted to UFC.c read news >>

  • a day ago
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Wanderlei Silva is hanging up his gloves after one of the most storied careers in MMA history. The famed light heavyweight made the announcement via a YouTube video on Friday afternoon. "I am stepping down from the ring. After today, Wanderlei Silva will not fight again," he said. "My career is over. Because I don't have a stage to perform, where the athletes get the proper respect. For these reasons, I have had enough." Silva is most known for his days in PRIDE as the middleweight champion, but read news >>

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