Found October 22, 2012 on
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There is only one super fight on the minds of UFC fans these days and it is Jon Jones vs. Anderson Silva. GSP vs. Silva is nice, but Silva vs. Jones is the fight to see. While Silva has refused the fight publicly for months, it appears that the UFC champion may be coming around.
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Here is a letter from the boss man Dana White thanking the fighters from UFC 153 for such a great card. I wonder if there was any cash in the envelope as well?
Big Country Offers To Fight Dana White
Dana And Shawn White Chill Out
The UFC shook up the MMA world last week when it was announced that Jon Jones and Chael Sonnen would coach The Ultimate Fighter 17. The move was an obvious last ditch attempt to save the falling franchise but are two star coaches really enough to pull this one off of life support?
I can just imagine Professor Silva teaching ‘The Art Of The 8 Limbs’ with classes such as Knee Strikes 101 and Elbow Strikes 202. Maybe they can have Dr Steven Seagul teach Front Kicks 101? Endless possibilities at this university. I just hope they have a Brazilian Cheer-leading squad.
Dr Anderson Silva
Chin Down, Hands Up Meme
The Anderson Silva rope-a-dope continues. Just a few days after softening his stance on fighting Jon Jones, the UFC champion’s manager is still gunning for a Georges St-Pierre Superfight. Apparently one of these guys did not the memo.
UFC: Jones vs. Sonnen
When: April 27th, 2013
How: Pay-Per-View (10PM ET/7PM PT)
Chael Sonnen vs. Jon Jones (UFC light heavyweight champion)
The recent controversial decision to have Chael Sonnen coach The Ultimate Fighter against UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Jon Jones, culminating in a title bout between the two, continues to make headlines as UFC President Dana White has announced his plans for the fight. While the location remains unofficial, White has announced a date for the [...]
Early pay-per-view buyrate estimates for UFC 153 are in, and they are solid. Dave Meltzer reports over at MMA Fighting that the event, headlined by Anderson Silva vs Stephan Bonnar, did in the ballpark of 340,000-410,000 sales. He notes that this would make it the best selling UFC PPV to emanate from Brazil. Not bad for an event with a main event everyone knew the...