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Arguably the greatest mixed martial artist in history is set to make his return to the Octagon after a 13-month absence from the sport. At UFC 183 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Anderson "The Spider" Silva will attempt to regain the form that made him stand tall amongst the elite performers in his sport. Providing the opposition is the talented, enigmatic and polarizing Nick Diaz. He's a man of few words, but when he speaks, it's usually bizarre and compelling. If there was ever a mixed martial read news >>

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) will send former middleweight champion Anderson Silva into a 185-pound showdown opposite Nick Diaz in the UFC 183: "Silva vs. Diaz" pay-per-view (PPV) main event, which takes place later tonight (Sat., Jan. 31, 2015) inside MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. It doesn't mean a whole lot in the division standings, but at least we get both men off the sidelines. Silva is returning from a devastating leg injury suffered against Chris Weidman in late 201 read news >>

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UFC 183: Silva vs. Diaz live results from Las Vegas, where Anderson Silva returns to face Nick Diaz. First fight slated for 6:45 p.m. ET on Saturday. read news >>

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Check out who received shiny trophies during the 2015 World MMA Awards The 2015 World MMA Awards was held at the Venetian Theatre in Las Vegas, and among the big winners on the event are Robbie Lawler, Ronda Rousey, and Kelvin Gastelum. For the media related awards, MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani won his 5th straight 'Journalist of the year' award, edging out the four other nominees who interestingly enough all happened to be current or former SBN writers themselves. As for Bloody Elbow, we receiv read news >>

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) held its UFC 183 weigh in event earlier today (Fri., Jan. 30, 2015) inside the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, home of tomorrow night's epic "Silva vs. Diaz" pay-per-view (PPV) event. And it had plenty of drama, thanks to a pair of disastrous weight cuts (see them here). Below are the complete and finalized UFC 183 weigh in results: UFC 183 Main Event: 185 lbs.: Anderson Silva (186) vs. Nick Diaz (185) UFC 183 Pay-Per-View (PPV) Main Card (10 p.m read news >>

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There have been bigger mixed martial arts events before, but it's possible that no show has been more anticipated than Saturday's UFC 183. Not many shows can claim to feature the return of the greatest fighter in the history of the sport, Anderson Silva, against one of the most enigmatic stars in Nick Diaz. As compelling a figure as Diaz is, especially since he's also returning after a nearly two-year layoff, all eyes will rightly be focused on Silva. Last time fans saw The Spider, he was being read news >>

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UFC 183 is sandwiched between the hype of Conor McGregor in Boston and the Super Bowl. Hence the quiet nature of its approach. Alas, an event headlined by a showdown between Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz, what many refer to as a superfight, is as great as it sounds. Sure, both men enter on two-fight losing streaks. There are no straps at stake. One is flirting with the age of 40 and has not fought in more than a year. The other even longer. If one had to bet, though, UFC 183 winding up as one of read news >>

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After defending his title six times, UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva accepted a fight at 205-pounds against former light heavyweight champion Forrest Griffin at UFC 101. read news >>

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I love Nick Diaz. In the spirit of full disclosure I think it's important to tell you that up front. It's a manly platonic love. Purely unprofessional? Sure. And deeply held. Everything about Diaz resonates with me. His intransigence and "me against the world" outlook, his willingness to endure tremendous punishment in order to make his point to an opponent and his obnoxious petulance in the face of any and all obstacles—I feel that, man. There's tragic glory waiting to reveal itself every time read news >>

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The "Iron" man is back. Former heavyweight boxing champion, Mike Tyson, is making his debut as GLORY kickboxing analyst for the upcoming GLORY 19 event, which hits the Spike TV airwaves next week (Feb. 6, 2015) at 9 p.m. ET from inside the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Virginia. Get more on that new partnership here. GLORY 19 is where reigning world heavyweight champion Rico Verhoeven (44-9-0, 10 KOs) will defend his title against longtime nemesis Errol "Bonecrusher" Zimmerman (103-11-1, 44 KOs) read news >>

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Excellent striker and well-known trash talker Nick Diaz exchanges punches with Drew Fickett at UFC 51 and gets the finish. read news >>

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With Super Bowl 49's media frenzy in full swing ahead of the Seahawks vs. Patriots game this Sunday, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) jumped on the opportunity to insert its most eccentric talent, Nick Diaz, into the terrible "Deflategate" conversation. Diaz, hearkening back to his epic UFC 158 "Wolftickets" rant, is on the dais alongside Patriots coach Bill Belichick, calling "bullsh*t" and ultimately making the uncomfortable situation completely unbearable. Clever. And a great way to poke read news >>

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Two of the most successful kickboxers that the neighboring countries of Thailand and Cambodia have ever produced will clash in the main event of Full Metal Dojo (FMD) 4, as Muay Thai legend Jomhod Kiatadisak takes on Kun Khmer veteran Vorn Viva. Jomhod is a former Lumpinee and Rajadamnern champion who won at least 19 major titles during his career in stand-up fighting and was one of the first Thai fighters to travel to Europe to compete, defeating pioneers like Ramon Dekkers and Ivan Hippolyte. read news >>

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Let's hop into the MMA time machine and go 10 years back to UFC 51, when Nick Diaz fought Drew Fickett on the opening preliminary card bout of the evening. Nick Diaz will be in the main event of UFC 183 this Saturday against Anderson Silva, but let's flash back to 2005, when Diaz was buried on the preliminary card of UFC 51: Ortiz vs. Belfort in Las Vegas, Nevada. Coming off a thrilling split decision loss vs. Karo Parisyan, Diaz was booked against promotional newcomer Drew Fickett. One classic read news >>

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