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A UFC on FX8 intangible ~ All great men fall, some find TRT

Vitor Belfort is on an unprecedented run this late in a fighter’s career, much less in a time in the MMA world where the new, younger athletes constantly replace the old. “I think it was just this burning inside of me that said, ‘You didn’t accomplish what you [could have].’ I lacked so many things in my career. I [made] so many mistakes,” Belfort told Fox Sports after dispatching Rockhold

UFC on FX 7: Bisping loses, Belfort calls out Jones, who’s likely next for ‘The Spider?’

Last night at UFC on FX event, surprises were delivered in abundance. Starting with the main event, it was difficult to understand why Bisping seemed to struggle with putting together an offense against a man he was repeatedly promising to handedly put away for months prior to the event. Last night Belfort floored Bisping with a head kick, neatly tipping the middleweight division upside down by taking out it’s current

UFC on FX 7: Bisping antagonizes Belfort at the weigh-ins

Get more pictures like this from SHERDOG.COM, Marcelo Alonso Earlier at the weigh-ins, Michael Bisping and Vitor Belfort squared off for the final time before their main event bout tomorrow night at UFC on FX. It didn’t take long for Bisping to move forward while waving Belfort on, as if he was ready to fight right then and there. Now either Bisping is too cocky, or Belfort not confident enough,

Fight breakdown: Bisping vs. Belfort

Get more pictures like this from SHERDOG.COM UFC on FX 7: Belfort vs. Bisping takes place January 19, 2013 in Sao Paulo, Brazil at the Ibirapuera Gymnasium. The main event could put one challenger in the right spot for a title shot at Anderson Silva for the middleweight championship. TUF season 3 winner Michael “The Count” Bisping (13-4 UFC) will meet the knock out king Vitor Belfort (10-6 UFC) in

UFC on FX Belfort vs. Bisping: Preview and predictions

The main card for this UFC event is headlined with Vitor Belfort vs. Michael Bisping. There is a lot weighing on this fight. If Belfort is the victor, he will have successfully established a series of fights in the middle weight division to climb his way back to the number one contender spot. However, if Bisping comes out on top, he is sure to have landed himself a spot against

UFC on FX 7: Bisping shares strong words for Belfort

Get more pictures like this from SHERDOG.COM, Credit: Daniel Herbertson Throughout the last couple years, Michael Bisping has been snagging headlines with one sarcastic remark after another. He’s poked fun at UFC flyweights for being uninteresting fighters, while even addressing the need for a middle weight interim belt if Anderson Silva won’t stay in his division and defend the real one. I’ve tried taking the temperature on fan’s reaction to Bisping’s

Fights to make after TUF 16 Finale and UFC on FX

~Hector Lombard (32-3)~ The former Bellator Champion beat Rousimar Palhares in dominant fashion this past Saturday night at UFC on FX 6. Lombard used a variety of power punches to end the bout at 3:38 of the 1st round. With an impressive victory like that against an always aggressive Palhares, Lombard should face someone in the top 10 of his weight division. Lombard could face Mark Munoz next to see

Palhares was tailor made for Lombard and we all know it

Hector Lombard‘s destruction of Palhares had everybody on their feet in Australia, and many believe this is the Lombard we all have been waiting for. Lombard looked very impressive, but the UFC knows they through Palhares to the lions. Everyone has a fighters chance inside the octagon, but the UFC knew giving Lombard an easier/one-sided opponent, that he would more than likely win. The UFC put a lot of money into