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Does Chris “The All-American” Weidman deserve a title shot? Comparatively to some fighters who fought Anderson “The Spider” Silva in the past, he definitely could make a strong argument for his position. I believe that the UFC was considering giving the fight to Mark “The Filipino Wrecking Machine” Munoz if he’d won impressively and are now holding their breath to see what Hector “Shango” Lombard will do in his UFC debut.
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Now that UFC 148 has left us with another nostalgic moment in the beloved sport of MMA, let’s take a look at what was memorable, and what may be in our future. Silva vs. Sonnen 2 definitely lived up to the hype. I think it’s amazing how Silva has lost every round against Sonnen in their two fights except for the moments Silva finished him. I could see another fight
Anderson “The Spider” Silva will take on Chael P. Sonnen tonight at UFC 148. I can’t wait. As long as Silva can stop Sonnen’s take downs (and that’s a big if), he will dominate this fight on the feet. If Silva can’t stop Sonnen from slamming him in to the cage, I still believe he will find a way to end Sonnen’s night on the ground. May the best man
Chael P. Sonnen is going to fight for the UFC Middleweight Championship this Saturday. For anyone who even casually follows MMA, there is something different about this fight. Even though the event has been thoroughly promoted, the term hype doesn’t seem to factor in this time.
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Main Card Rich Franklin beat Wanderlei Silva by unanimous decision Cezar Ferreira beat Sergio Moraes by unanimous decision Rony Mariano Bezerra beat Godofredo Pepey by unanimous decision Fabricio Werdum beat Mike Russow by TKO in the First Hacran Dias beat Yuri Alcantara by unanimous decision
UFC on FX4 went down on Friday night. Everything went well for the most part. At least until the main event began. Clay “The Carpenter” Guida entered the octagon first. Nothing seemed different in his demeanor and everyone cheered as he bobbed and weaved down the aisle, full of animalistic energy and visible aggression. Gray “The Bully” Maynard walked in next in his usual somber yet intense manner which has
Gray Maynard beat Clay Guida in a controversial split decision. After five rounds of watching Gray chase Clay around the cage, I’m surprised it wasn’t a unanimous or even majority decision. Sam Stout beat Spencer fisher by unanimous decision to end their storied trilogy. Fisher hit Stout with everything but the kitchen sink yet couldn’t stop Stout from taking him to the ground at will. I believe Fisher was robbed