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UFC 153: Silva vs. Bonnar full weigh-in results. read news >>

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Anderson Silva toyed with and then destroyed Stephan Bonnar to cap off his 16th win inside the UFC Octagon, while growing his legacy once again. read news >>

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RIO DE JANEIRO - Neither size nor toughness could save Stephan Bonnar from Anderson Silva. Silva, who stepped up to light heavyweight to save the injury-rattled UFC 153, brazenly took Bonnar's best shots before launching a knee that crumpled "The American Psycho" in the first round. The light heavyweight bout served as the main event of Saturday's UFC 153 event at HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro. read news >>

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Did you miss the UFC 153: Silva vs. Bonnar weigh-in? Watch it now on MMAWeekly.com. read news >>

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Friday's UFC 153 weigh-ins can be viewed following the jump. read news >>

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Friday's UFC 153 weigh-ins can be viewed following the jump. read news >>

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UFC 153: Silva vs. Bonnar live results and play-by-play on Saturday, October 13, in Rio de Janeiro. The main event features Anderson Silva vs. Stephan Bonnar. read news >>

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UFC 153: Silva vs. Bonnar quick results on Saturday, October 13, in Rio de Janeiro. The main event features Anderson Silva vs. Stephan Bonnar. read news >>

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Sherdog.com will report from HSBC Arena in Rio de Jeneiro at approximately 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT with play-by-play and live results of UFC 153, which is headlined by a heavyweight duel pitting Anderson Silva against Stephan Bonnar. read news >>

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UFC 183 is all wrapped up and January is in the books, so what's next for the main card fighters? Bloody Elbow's Mookie Alexander does some fantasy matchmaking. For the most part, UFC 183 delivered some great action. Aside from the dud that was Kelvin Gastelum/Tyron Woodley, all of the other main card bouts were compelling in some fashion, and the first three all ended in a finish. The night ended with an emotional Anderson Silva triumphing on points vs. Nick Diaz, marking Silva's first win sinc read news >>

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After the captivating UFC 183: "Silva vs Diaz" event, MMAmania.com ponders what is next for the main card winners who picked up victories last Saturday (Jan. 31, 2015) on pay-per-view inside MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) capped off a whirlwind month of January with a mammoth pay-per-view (PPV) mixed martial arts (MMA) event this past Saturday (Jan. 31, 2015), as the former long-time middleweight champion returned to the win column for the first time in abou read news >>

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After more than a year away from the Octagon for both Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz, two of the UFC's most recognizable stars finally put on a show for fans at UFC 183. It wasn't the nonstop fire fight that many expected it to be. Diaz's usual aggression was hampered by The Spider's signature movement and defense. The pride of Stockton threw 223 significant strikes over the course of five rounds. But it did have its fair share of intriguing moments, not the least of which was Diaz laying down in read news >>

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The road to UFC 183 on Saturday was well-lit, smoothly paved, flat as a board and straight as an arrow. The lane markings were crisp and clean. The exit signs sparkled like emeralds in the headlights. Or at least they would have if there were any. But there was no getting away from the main event Saturday night, not for MMA fans. Anderson Silva is, in an absolute worst-case scenario, the third-best fighter in the history of MMA. He's arguably No. 1. And before the longtime middleweight champ los read news >>

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