If Vitor Belfort can manage to 'knock off' a few more top contenders in the UFC's middleweight division, Dana White won't be able to deny "The Phenom" a chance to rematch 185-pound kingpin Anderson Silva.
Can Michael Bisping finally get over the hump and find his way into competing for a UFC championship? According to "The Count," it his his 'destiny' to be a world champion in MMA and his next step is defeating Vitor Belfort at UFC on FX 7.
Dana White recently confirmed Michael Bisping would get a title shot if he beats Vitor Belfort at UFC on FX 7. However, "The Phenom" reveals that he told White to get another opponent ready for "The Spider" because "The Count" is going down.
Vitor Belfort is staying loyal and picking his countrymen, Anderson Silva, to best Jon Jones should the "super fight" become a reality. "The Phenom" also says the victory will be accomplished by Silva doing what he does best, striking on the feet.
The UFC's middleweight division is as stacked with talent as it ever has been. One of the 185 pound fights that fans have pleaded for is a throwdown between Michael Bisping and Vitor Belfort, but they may have to wait just a little bit longer.
Chris Weidman dominated Mark Munoz in the main event of UFC on FUEL TV 4 last night in San Jose, California. But does that mean he should get a middleweight title shot? Let's break down the list of available contenders and answer that question.
Semi-famous actor and part-time lawman Steven Seagal has been working with Anderson Silva, to prepare him for his UFC 148 match up with Chael Sonnen, which takes place in Las Vegas, on Sat., July 7, 2012. Apparently, Seagal is teaching 'The Spider' some moves that some used to think were illegal. MMAmania.com has the story.
In a discussion between Luke Thomas and Nate Wilcox, the two mixed martial arts (MMA) editors talk about the implications of UFC fighters associating themselves with pro wrestlers and movie martial artists like Steven Seagal.