Full UFC on FX 7 results recap online of the main card from Ibirapuera Arena in Sao Paulo, Brazil, last night (Sat., Jan. 19, 2013), including a detailed review of main event between Vitor Belfort and Michael Bisping that featured a knockout ending.
Check out some of the best and most memorable mixed martial arts (MMA) fights in 2012 -- Henderson-Edgar, Fitch-Silva, Marquardt-Woodley, Jung-Poirier and Lauzon-Varner -- which are all worthy of continued discussion and praise.
After a tough loss destroying his momentum, Erick Silva seems to be looking to get right back into action, confirming that he is likely to be competing at UFC 156, set for this February in Las Vegas. His opponent has yet to be named.
UFC 153 may have hit the airwaves covered in band-aids, but the pay-per-view buys were good enough to exceed the company's budgeted projections for the reworked "Silva vs. Bonnar" fight card earlier this month in Brazil.
Submission ace Demian Maia has recently made waves at welterweight, putting together two quick wins over tough opposition. With such a quick victory in his last outing, he quickly looks to move further, saying he'd like Nick Diaz or Jon Fitch next.
The list of injuries and medical suspensions are in for those fighters who competed at the UFC 153 pay-per-view (PPV) event last weekend in Brazil. Fabio Maldonado, Chris Camozzi, Luiz Cane and Serigo Moraes could be facing up to six months off.
Talking UFC 153 and the risks that being reluctant to call a stoppage run to a fighter's career. Fabio Maldonado should not have taken that much punishment. The same goes for Erick Silva. And what's with the quick stand-ups?
Matchmakers, matchmakers ... make us MMA matches! UFC 153 is in the books, which means that it's time to once again predict future opponents for the main card winners from 'Silva vs. Bonnar' in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Oct. 13, 2012.
Jon Fitch momentarily derailed the momentum of Erick Silva last night at UFC 153 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, turning in a "Fight of the Night" performance against one of the division's most promising prospects. How can UFC handle the contender killer?