UFC on Fuel TV 4 Munoz vs Weidman: Matchups and Weigh In Video

Get ready for another night of great fights as the UFC puts on an interesting card headlined by Mark Munoz and undefeated Chris Weidman.  Tomorrow, Wednesday, July 11 at 5pm/8pm PT/ET live from San Jose, CA at the HP Pavilion The UFC will air an incredible night of fights that can be viewed for free to Fuel TV subscribers.  Be sure to tune in and check below for the matchups and weigh in video.

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Mark ‘The Filipino Wrecking Machine’ Munoz (12-2-0) vs Chris ‘The All American’ Weidman (8-0-0)

James Te Huna (16-5-0) vs Joey ‘The Mexicutioner’ Beltran (14-7-0)

Aaron ‘A Train’ Simpson (10-3-0) vs Kenny Robinson (11-1-0)

Karlos Vemola (10-2-0) vs Francis ‘Limitless’ Carmont (18-7-0)

TJ Dillashaw (6-1-0) vs Vaughan Lee (12-7-1)

Rafael Dos Anjos (16-6-0) vs Anthony ‘The Assassin’ Njokuani (16-6-0)

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Damacio ‘The Angel of Death’ Page (12-7-0) vs Alex ‘Bruce Leroy’ Caceres (6-5-0)

Chris ‘Kamikaze’ Cariaso (13-3-0) vs Josh ‘Taz’ Ferguson (7-4-0)

Rafael ‘Sapo’ Natal (14-3-1) vs Andrew Craig (7-0-0)

Marcelo ‘Magrao’ Guimaraes (7-0-1) vs Dan ‘The Anvil’ Stittgen (7-2-0)

Raphael Assuncao (16-4-0) vs Issei Tamura (7-2-0)

Tito Ortiz Inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame: Video

After 15 years, a long title run and some seriously questionable actions against his boss, Dana White, UFC former light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz is now inducted into the Hall of Fame.  Love him or hate him he will now be immortalized into mma, due in part to an excellent ground and pound game that helped catapult him into the top ranks of the UFC.  Watch the induction video below.

UFC 148 Silva vs Sonnen II: Results and Post Fight Press Conference

The UFC 148 Silva vs Sonnen II has concluded and the winners have been decided.  If you didn’t manage to catch the fight then you missed a pretty impressive broadcast.  The main event and co-main event of the evening were extremely impressive with the co-main event, Forest Griffin vs Tito Ortiz, earning the fight of the night bonus.  It was the impressive way that Anderson Silva ended the rivalry between Chael Sonnen and himself that showed this champions true heart.  The conference starts at 11:28.

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Anderson ‘The Spider’ Silva (30-4-0) took out Chael Sonnen (28-12-1) in round 2 by way of TKO after weathering a difficult 1st round.

Forest Griffin (19-7-0) got the unanimous nod to beat Tito ‘The People’s Champ’ Ortiz (17-11-1) and then ran out of the octagon like a loon thinking he lost.  Then took Joe Rogan’s microphone and did Tito’s final exit interview.  If it would have been anyone else maybe we could hold a grudge…

Cung Le (8-2-0) won the unanimous decision against Patrick ‘The Predator’ Cote (18-8-0) proving that 40 isn’t too old for the sport, in a slugfest that saw very little time on the mat.

Dong ‘Stun Gun’ Hyun Kim (15-2-1, 1nc) was beat by Demian Maia (16-4-0) or maybe just karma, when Demian took Kim down and some injury caused Dong Hyung Kim to verbally submit.  We’ll look into this one more.

Chad ‘Money’ Mendes (12-1-0) earned a TKO over Cody McKenzie (13-3-0) when he delivered a grueling body shot, after catching a kick, that dropped Cody for the night.

Ivan Menjivar (24-9-0) got out pointed by Mike ‘The Hulk’ Easton (13-1-0) in a 3 round fight where Easton just seemed to continually pick up steam.

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Melvin ‘The Young Assassin’ Guillard (47-11-3, 1nc) got the unanimous decision over Fabricio ‘Morango’ Camoes (13-7-1)

Gleison Tibau (34-8-0) lost a controversial decision against Khabib ‘The Eagle’ Nurmagomedov (18-0-0) that caused a bit of an eyebrow raise

Constantinos ‘Costa’ Philippou (11-2-0, 1nc) earned a unanimous decision over Riki Fukuda (18-6-0)

John ‘The Natural’ Allesio (34-16-0) lost the decision against Shane Roller (11-6-0)

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Rafaello ‘Tractor’ Oliveira (15-5-0) earned a decision victory over Yoislandy ‘Cuba’ Izquierdo (6-2-0)

UFC 148 Anderson Silva vs Chael Sonnen: Matchups and Weigh In Video

So with the most anticipated rematch, possibly in UFC history, only a day away it’s time to post the stare downs and give you all the heads up on what is a very stacked card for tomorrow.  It would be tough to call yourself a mma fan if you let this event pass by without taking note.  This Saturday, July 07 at 7pm/10pm PT/ET from Las Vegas, Nevada at the MGM Grand Garden Arena will air live on Pay-per-View the rematch that so many fans have been looking forward to since their first fight in August of 2010.

The first match had mma fans bear witness to what appeared to be the first chink in the armor of a man who so many believed indomitable.  Chael Sonnen took the fight to Anderson ‘The Spider’ Silva in a way that none in the UFC had done before or since.  It was Chael that appeared to be writing the blue print on how to dethrone the pound for pound greatest in the UFC.  Anderson would simply not go quietly into that good night though after being dominated for four round Anderson again found himself on his back with the wrestler raining blows on him when he threw a triangle on Chael that made the challenger give up what would have been a no brainer decision.

Both men are now motivated like never before and ready to prove once and for all who will dominate the heap in the UFC middleweight division.  Also the rubber band match will meet its conclusion as two legends of the sport, Tito Ortiz and Forest Griffin, will meet for the third, and more than likely, final time.  Tune in or be doomed to hear all about it without getting to witness this monumental event.

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Anderson ‘The Spider’ Silva (29-4-0) vs Chael Sonnen (28-11-1)

Forest Griffin (18-7-0) vs Tito ‘The People’s Champ’ Ortiz (17-10-1)

Cung Le (7-2-0) vs Patrick ‘The Predator’ Cote (18-7-0)

Dong ‘Stun Gun’ Hyung Kim (15-1-1, 1nc) vs Demian Maia (15-4-0)

Chad ‘Money’ Mendes (11-1-0) vs Cody McKenzie (13-2-0)

Ivan Menjivar (24-8-0) vs Mike ‘The Hulk’ Easton (12-1-0)

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Melvin ‘The Young Assassin’ Guillard (46-11-3, 1nc) vs Fabricio ‘Morango’ Camoes (13-6-1)

Gleison Tibau (34-7-0) vs Khabib ‘The Eagle’ Nurmagomedov (17-0-0)

Constantinos ‘Costa’ Philippou (10-2-0, 1nc) vs Riki Fukuda (18-5-0)

John ‘The Natural’ Allesio (34-15-0) vs Shane Roller (10-6-0)

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Rafaello ‘Tractor’ Oliveira (14-5-0) vs Yoislandy ‘Cuba’ Izquierdo (6-1-0)

Anderson Silva Fires Back at Chael Sonnen with His Own Trash Talk

Anderson ‘The Spider’ Silva has been the subject of much trash talking from the challenger Chael Sonnen.  Anderson, however, did the talking during a press call where Anderson called Chael out and told him how this fight would be going down.  Check the video below to catch the press conference in its entirety.  Trash talk starts about 19 minutes into the interview.

UFC 148 Silva vs Sonnen II: Promotional Video

August of 2010 marked the near defeat, of the once believed unbeatable, greatest mixed martial artist of all time, Anderson ‘The Spider’ Silva.  Now Chael Sonnen will get a second chance at dethroning the greatest champion in UFC history.  As if this highly anticipated rematch wasn’t enough for UFC fans, promoters have decided to include the rubber band matchup of Tito Ortiz vs Forest Griffin as well as Urijah Faber fighting Renan Barao for the interim 135lb title.  Don’t miss out on what will be the highest anticipated UFC in recent memory this Saturday, July 07 at 7pm/10pm PT/ET live from Las Vegas, Nevada at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.