Anderson Silva and Georges St. Pierre are on a championship collision course. And there is no reason for the legendary mixed martial arts (MMA) match up to not happen. In fact, anything else at this point is settling for second best.
Check out a detailed preview and prediction for the UFC 154 main card bout between Mark Hominick vs Pablo Garza, which will take place tonight (Nov. 17, 2012) from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, airing live on pay-per-view (PPV).
As we are hours away from tonight's UFC 154 event in the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and the return of mixed martial arts' welterweight king, let's take a moment to survey the stakes for the UFC as well as the fighters involved.
The day after it was found out that Eddie Yagin was hospitalized following a head injury suffered in training, TUF alum Nam Phan has stepped in for Yagin to fight German kickboxer Dennis Siver at UFC on FOX 5 in Seattle.
In today's Morning Report, we learn Cyborg Santos allegedly went to her doctor to find out if she could make bantamweight. Turns out the doctor says she can't. In related news, there's ocean-front property in Idaho for sale if you believe that.
The manager for Eddie Yagin provides the latest update on his client's condition, revealing that the 'Filipino Phenom' is in stable condition following a brain-related injury; however, his fight with Dennis Siver at UFC on FOX 5 is off.
The MMA community is a curious bunch, and every time a major event comes around fans begin to talk. There are several issues going into UFC 154 this Saturday night (Nov. 17, 2012), but here are the four burning questions on my mind.