Anderson Silva: "I'm Going To Fight GSP"
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UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva spoke with Ariel Helwani at UFC 154 about his potential super fight with GSP. Silva appeared very confident about the match up, point blank saying that he WILL fight the welterweight champion, St-Pierre.
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Forrest Griffin spoke to Ariel Helwani on MMA Fighting's 'The MMA Hour' and revealed that the day before fighting Anderson Silva at UFC 101, he took Xanax. He also revealed he failed his medical tests, but the athletic commission never reported it. Lastly, but certainly not least, Griffin says despite UFC President Dana White suggesting he retire, Griffin plans to continue fighting. Subscribe to our channel for more MMA videos like this. Click here: http:// watch video >>
Eric Albarracin, the wrestling coach for UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva, told Ariel Helwani on The MMA Hour that he gave Stephan Bonnar some advice ahead of UFC 153 when the two coincidentally took the same plane to Brazil together: "Don't piss off Anderson. Don't say anything about Brazil." Subscribe to our channel for more MMA videos like this. Click here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=mmafightingonsbn - Check us out on Facebook (Facebook.com/MMAFighting) and watch video >>
Anderson Silva media Q&A at UFC 154: St-Pierre vs. Condit. He discusses super fights, calling GSP out, his fighting schedule and more watch video >>
UFC middleweight champion and icon Anderson Silva was in attendance prior to UFC 154 kicking off to speak with the media about his plans for 2013. The champion spoke about a lot of possibilities, but mainly he focused on a super fight against UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre. If St-Pierre is successful against Carlos Condit on Saturday, all signs are pointing towards a super fight between Silva and the welterweight champion in 2013. The interesting addition to Silva's talk was his watch video >>
After his press conference prior to UFC 154, Anderson Silva discussed why he wants to fight Georges St-Pierre next instead of Jon Jones, what the possible catchweight and site would be for the superfight, and Stephan Bonnar's positive steroid test with MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani. Subscribe to our channel for more MMA videos like this. Click here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=mmafightingonsbn - Check us out on Facebook (Facebook.com/MMAFighting) and follow us on Twitter watch video >>
Georges St-Pierre is officially back and he's back in the win column as well, but fresh off his victory over Carlos Condit, the future remains cloudy for the UFC welterweight champion. There is a No. 1 contender established now with Johny Hendricks waiting in the wings, but an Anderson Silva super fight is the biggest thing looming overhead. Check out what GSP had to say about both fights, what weight he'd possibly face Silva at, and much more: watch video >>
UFC middleweight Chael Sonnen joined Jay Glazer and Ariel Helwani on the UFC On FUEL TV Weigh In's show. "The American Gangster" opened up about his recent loss to Anderson Silva at UFC 148, the possibility of moving onto the WWE, and more. watch video >>
UFC President Dana White spoke with UFC Tonight analyst Ariel Helwani after an epic night of fights at UFC 148. White discussed Anderson Silva's controversial stoppage victory and Forrest Griffin's erratic behavior after his fight with Tito Ortiz. watch video >>
Anderson Silva will be present at UFC 154 in Montreal, Canada. Should Georges St. Pierre be victorious in his UFC welterweight title fight against Carlos Condit, Silva will be present to enter the cage to challenge the Canadian to a superfight. Will GSP accept? http://TheMMAdigest.com watch video >>
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