Working his way up the UFC heavyweight division, Stefan Struve is ready to prove he belongs in the title talk and would like a chance to fight someone like Fabricio Werdum. read news >>
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UFC welterweight contender Matt Brown feels that seven straight wins should be deserving of a title shot, and he wasn't shy about telling his boss how he feels. In an Instagram video posted by the UFC, The Immortal asks UFC President Dana White if he will be the next one to square off with welterweight champion Johny Hendricks. "Dana...am I fighting Johny [Hendricks] next or what?" Brown asked incredulously. White responded in a joking manner: "I don't know dude, you just got done with one, you read news >>
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Seven years after his first fight in the UFC, Fabricio Werdum will finally fight for the heavyweight championship.
Werdum will coach the first season of The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America opposite of UFC champion Cain Velasquez, and the championship bout is set for Nov. 15 in Mexico City, Mexico. Unbeaten since his return to the Octagon with four wins, Werdum proved in his last bout, against Travis Browne, that he can go five rounds.
"I don’t think it was an easy win," Werdum told MMAFighting.c read news >>
A win over Fedor Emelianenko currently tops Fabricio Werdum's list of greatest accomplishments, but fighting for and winning the UFC championship would surely trump even that. read news >>
Stefan Struve may have picked up a win on Saturday night in the UFC on Fuel TV 5 headliner, but the “Skyscraper” currently has something far more serious on his mind. read news >>
Stefan Struve may have picked up a win Saturday night in the UFC on Fuel TV 5 headliner, but the “Skyscraper” currently has something far more serious on his mind. read news >>
NOTTINGHAM, England - At just 24 years old, Dutch heavyweight Stefan
Struve said there is still plenty of time for him to
earn a UFC title shot.
But at 6-1 in his past seven fights - and with all six of those wins
coming via stoppage - the 7-footer may find his name called sooner
rather than later.
In the meantime, after earning a "Fight of the Night" win over the
previously undefeated Stipe Miocic at Saturday night's UFC on FUEL TV 5
event, Struve has another name in mind: Fabricio read news >>
Well, this is one way to go about it.
It seems like every time the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) holds an event, the winner in the headlining fight is asked about a potential title shot, even if it doesn't make a whole lot of sense to do so. Take, for instance, the case of Ryan Bader, who defeated Ovince St. Preux via unanimous decision (watch the highlights here) to close out UFC Fight Night 47 last night (Aug. 16, 2014) in Bangor, Maine.
This was the the #8 ranked light heavyweight beat read news >>
Lewis Gonzalez had a WSOF lightweight title fight in his grasp once before, and he isn’t about to let it slip through the cracks again.Filed under: News, Radio Highlight, WSOF read news >>
UFC president Dana White is fond of Dutch heavyweight Stefan Struve, but is concerned about giving him another fight after a panic attack forced him out of hi sUFC 175 bout against Matt Mitrione. read news >>
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UFC heavyweight Alistair Overeem suggested that Fabricio Werdum may edge Cain Velasquez in their title fight at UFC 180, and that he would be interested in re-matching the Brazilian for the heavyweight strap. UFC 180 will mark the UFC's inaugural trip to Mexico and will feature a heavyweight title fight between the division's champion Cain Velasquez and Brazilian contender Fabricio Werdum. The title fight headliner is a compelling and competitive contest that has fans and pundits mulling over th read news >>