Dana White gives Jose Aldo a good-natured ribbing after "Junior" injured himself on his motorcycle a few weeks back, which forced his employers to book Anderson Silva vs. Stephan Bonnar as the UFC 153 main event. All's well that ends well, right?
Despite his dominance in three trips to 205 pounds, Anderson Silva insists he will never fight division champ Jon Jones. Dana White says "The Spider" is just being humble and will eventually do it to cement his legacy -- and bankroll boku bucks.
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.
Anderson Silva used a knee to the body to finish off Stephan Bonnar in the main event of UFC 153 last night in Brazil. As Bonnar explains it, he was "paralyzed" by the shot and only regained feeling after the bout was stopped.
Nobody can do what Anderson Silva does, according to UFC President Dana White. He's a once-in-a-lifetime talent who will go down as the Greatest Of All Time in MMA ... and maybe even in all of combat sports.
There's not much that 37-year old UFC Middleweight champion Anderson Silva has not accomplished over the course of his 15-year career. After smoking Stephan Bonnar at UFC 153 in Rio, what's next for 'The Spider?'
Get a detailed results recap of UFC 153: "Silva vs. Bonnar," which took place at the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Oct. 13, 2012, including winners and losers on the Anderson Silva vs. Stephan Bonnar-led mixed martial arts (MMA) PPV event.
Anderson Silva successfully ground down the larger Stephan Bonnar with his own back against the cage for much of the fight. Jack Slack takes a look at Silva's masterful performance against his over-matched foe.
UFC hit the pay-per-view circuits again as UFC 153 invaded Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, much to the delight of the thousands of rabid Brazilian fans in attendance. MMAmania.com runs down the winners and losers from Rio.
MMAmania's Brian Hemminger takes a look back at last night's UFC 153 main event between Stephan Bonnar and Anderson Silva in Rio de Janeiro. What blow put a halt to Bonnar's dreams of an upset? Find out inside
UFC 153: "Silva vs. Bonnar," which emanated from the HSBC Arena on Oct. 13, 2012 from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is officially in the books. And when the dust had settled and the smoke had cleared, fans got exactly what they were promised.
There was a reason Anderson Silva was favored so big to beat Stephan Bonnar in the main event of UFC 153. It's because there was almost no way he wasn't winning and he did so impressively, stopping Bonnar in the first round with strikes.