Antonio Silva says he loves having the underdog role in his fights so he can go out and prove people wrong. And when "Bigfoot" steps in the cage to face Cain Velasquez at UFC 160, he plans to prove there are no superheroes in MMA, as well.
UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez isn't overlooking Antonio Silva, despite having defeated him rather easily last year at UFC 146. Smart move on behalf of the champ, because Silva has shown he can clean the clock of the biggest of the big men.
Once more, with feeling. Daniel Cormier says fight fans shouldn't expect any surprises when Bigfoot Silva challenges Cain Velasquez in the main event of UFC 160, which takes place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, on May 25, 2013.
Check out a complete video preview of the Alistair Overeem vs. Antonio Silva fight set for tonight's (Feb. 2, 2013) UFC 156: "Aldo vs. Edgar" event at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. A win for "Reem" means a title shot.
Finding a new home with Blackhouse MMA since leaving "The Blackzilians," Antonio Silva isn't one to burn bridges by fighting team mates. However, if the UFC threatened him with a pink slip, he would have to reconsider.
Travis Browne believes he can beat Antonio Silva 10 out of 10 times after he suffered his first-ever loss at the hands of 'Bigfoot' after coming down with a hamstring injury in the first round of their recent fight.
MMAmania's Adam Guillen Jr. speaks with "Sons of Anarchy" star, Theo Rossi, about the show and MMA being accepted in mainstream media, Emmy snubs and offers words of advice to fighters when it comes to media obligations.
MMAmania's Adam Guillen Jr. speaks with "Sons of Anarchy" star, Theo Rossi, about the massive success of the show, the UFC and FOX relationship, his addiction to MMA and turning his co-stars onto the sport.
Matchmakers, matchmakers ... make us MMA matches! UFC on FX 5 is in the books, which means that it's time to once again predict future opponents for the main card winners from 'Browne vs. Silva' in Minneapolis, Minn., on Oct. 5, 2012.
"Bigfoot" recorded his first UFC win last night in Minneapolis and avoided his 3rd straight defeat, so what's next for the gigantic Brazilian heavyweight? Perhaps a fight with the Skyscraper should be in his plans...
The next fight for Bigfoot Silva after his first round destruction of Travis Browne at UFC on FX 5 could be a top division contender, however, there is a logjam at the top, meaning that a fight with fringe contender like himself could be on tap.
MMAmania's Brian Hemminger takes a look back at last night's UFC on FX 5 main event between Travis Browne and Antonio Silva. What allowed Silva to take full advantage and end his skid? Find out inside.