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VIDEO: Michael Bisping Fights Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime

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Video Blog with One FC CEO Victor Cui

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ONE FIGHTING CHAMPIONSHIP™: PRIDE OF A NATION, 31 AUGUST 2012

ONE FC: PRIDE OF A NATION kicks off in Manila, Philippines

 

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Tim to face Arlovski at One FC

Tim “The Maine-iac” Sylvia will face Andrei “The Pit Bull” Arlovski in an unprecedented 4th rematch at ONE FC: PRIDE OF A NATION on 31 August in Manila.

 

In front of 16,500 screaming fight fans at SMART ARANETA Coliseum, these rivals will get to tear each other apart once again in a heated battle to settle the score once and for all. Both former World Heavyweight Champions have knockout power in their fists and hatred in their hearts for each other spawned by a 7-year rivalry that has gone deeply personal. Prepare for some serious MMA action in the ONE FC cage on 31 August!

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Anderson Silva Favors GSP Fight Even If GSP Loses To Condit

Regardless of who wins, even if St. Pierre loses, a fight with me can happen. A fight like this is above anything else. St. Pierre is one of the greatest of the UFC. Right now, a fight with Condit is meaningless.”

UFC middleweight champion, Anderson Silva, seems to have his eyes set and locked on a potential match up with the welterweight champ, GSP. So much so that when asked if the UFC 154 bout between GSP and Carlos Condit would have an impact on his decision, the champ said no.

Thoughts?

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ARIANNY PHOTOSHOOT: MAXIM KOREA

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GEORGES ST. PIERRE RECEIVES MEDICAL CLEARANCE; UFC WELTERWEIGHT CHAMP ON TRACK FOR UFC 154


UFC welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre has been medically cleared to resume activities as a mixed martial artist.

St. Pierre announced the news Tuesday via Twitter, hinting at his planned UFC 154 title unification bout against interim champion Carlos Condit. UFC officials previously announced the tentative booking between St. Pierre and Condit, provided St. Pierre’s recovery went as planned. UFC 154 takes place Nov. 17 at the Bell Centre in Montreal and airs live on pay-per-view.

“I’m now medically cleared to compete in professional mixed martial arts events,” St. Pierre wrote. “Rendez-vous [Nov. 17 at] UFC 154, Montreal!”

St. Pierre, 31, has not lost since April 2007. The reigning two-time UFC welterweight champion recaptured his belt in 2008 and has defended it successfully six times, most recently outpointing Jake Shields last year at UFC 129. St. Pierre was expected to hold his next title defense this past October at UFC 137 but was forced to postpone his fight until February due to injury. However, “Rush” was again injured while training for his UFC 143 bout with Condit, tearing his ACL and placing him on the sideline indefinitely.

Condit instead faced former Strikeforce champion Nick Diaz in the Feb. 4 headliner, outpointing the Californian to become the current interim title holder. “The Natural Born Killer” has yet to defend his new title since winning the interim belt, instead electing instead to wait for St. Pierre’s return.

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Chael Sonnen doesn’t think Vitor Belfort will fight Jon Jones at UFC 152

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Shogun’s camp releases statement on denying Jones fight

“We were in Sao Paulo and my phone rang about midnight. It was Lorenzo’s. Lorenzo was on another call, so I talked to him like half hour later. He offered me a rematch against Jon Jones because Lyoto had declined it and asked me to give him an answer in ten minutes. I hung up and Mauricio was there with me. We talked and called Dida in Curitiba and we got to a conclusion we should accept the rematch, but only if Shogun had a couple of months to train and it would mean a fight later in October or in November. I said that to Lorenzo but he said there was no time because Jon Jones’s fight is on September 22nd. Unfortunately, he couldn’t give us this time but he understood.” – via Tatame.com

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ANDERSON SILVA: I’LL BE ROOTING FOR VITOR BELFORT AGAINST JON JONES AT UFC 152

With all the commotion surrounding its creation, the UFC 152 main event between Jon Jones andVitor Belfort has become the main topic of conversation in the MMA world.

Even UFC middleweight champ Anderson Silva has become involved in discussion of the matchup during a round of recent media appearances in Brazil. On Monday, “The Spider” gave his analysis of the 205-pound title fight -- which takes place Sept. 22 in Toronto -- during an edition of the SporTV program “Bem, Amigos!”

“It’s difficult, because Jon Jones has a larger-than-normal wingspan and he’s still very young,” Silva said when asked what Belfort needs to do in order to win the title. “He’s still in the phase where he’s playing during the fight, really, but he doesn’t have the responsibility of a champion.

“He fights with delight, jokingly, striking like I did back in 1930, when I started,” joked Silva. “Vitor has a great chance to defeat him. The biggest factor for Vitor is to use his explosiveness and his jiu-jitsu, where he is very good. But I think when one of them makes a mistake, the other will end up striking.”

Silva admitted that his opinion is slightly biased, since he’ll be cheering for his countryman to win come fight night, despite having a good relationship with his fellow UFC champ.

“As a Brazilian, I’ll be rooting for the Brazilian, even though I have a very good friendship with Jon Jones,” said Silva. “Whenever I’m with him, I ask him to conduct his career in a different way, because he is very young and is always asking me something. But I’ll be rooting for Brazil, yes. May the best man win, but I’m rooting for Brazil.”

Answering a fan-submitted question, Silva also laid to rest the rumor of he and Jones squaring off in a super-fight any time soon.

“We’re in different weight classes and there are teammates from Team Nogueira who may face him,” Silva said, referring to ex-champ Lyoto Machida. “We have a code of conduct in our team, and I respect that a lot.”

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