With the latest championship loss of Chael Sonnen at UFC 159 at the destructive hands of Jon Jones all but a distant mixed martial arts (MMA) memory, we take a look back at the professional fight career of Chael P. Sonnen: Wrestler, fighter, talker.
Former UFC contender Chael Sonnen, who borrows most of his shtick from the world of professional wrestling, apparently wants to buy Vince McMahon's WWE, the biggest, most profitable (and most expensive) promotion in the world.
Chael Sonnen believes Jon Jones is "considerably better" than UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva. But that's not going to stop "The American Gangster" from running through "Bones" the same way he did "The Spider."
Before UFC 117, Chael Sonnen was a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter with a 4-3 record inside the Octagon and zero finishes. After five rounds against Anderson Silva in Oakland, Caif., he was a bona fide superstar.
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With an exciting main event, the UFC 154 showdown between Georges St. Pierre vs. Carlos Condit at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on Nov. 17, 2012, and a flash KO, essentially saved an otherwise ho-hum $50 pay-per-view (PPV) main card.
Chael Sonnen has managed to score three UFC title shots in the past two years because of his ability to sell fights. A "frustrated" Michael Bisping, who also wants a crack at the crown, understands it's all part of the fight game.
Perennial middleweight contender Michael Bisping gives his insight on the potential for a Georges St. Pierre vs. Anderson Silva super-fight, saying he believes the former doesn't really want to square off against the latter.