Following the UFC and FOX Sports termination of Chael Sonnen, former UFC middleweight and fellow FOX Sports on-air analyst, Brian Stann, shared his thoughts on the firing of MMA’s silver-tongued devil: “@AverageJoeArt: @BrianStann do you think UFC/FOX making an example of Chael is just?” Yes, absolutely no other choice imo — Brian Stann (@BrianStann) July … Read more
After failing a recent drug test, Chael Sonnen, former UFC middleweight and light heavyweight title contender, and the man largely considered to be the best trash talker in the business has retired from professional mixed martial arts competition. Sonnen was one of a handful of UFC fighters who were receiving Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) exemptions … Read more
http://youtu.be/G2ZrGMJXncM UFC President Dana White was a guest on FOX Sports 1’s “America’s Pregame” Wednesday to share his thoughts on Chael Sonnen failing a random drug test leading up to his July 5th scheduled bout against Vitor Belfort at UFC 175. White explained who he feels is at fault here and whether or not there’s … Read more
In Wednesday’s post-fight scrum UFC President Dana White shared his thoughts on the TUF Nations Finale and Tim Kennedy’s rather boring decision win over Michael Bisping in the main event. White also touches on several subjects, including his recent meeting with Gina Carano, the Wanderlei Silva vs. Chael Sonnen brawl on TUF Brazil, Ronda Rousey … Read more
Former UFC welterweight champ Georges St-Pierre has been enjoying his retirement since his decision win over Johny Hendricks back in November. The 32-year-old Canadian superstar has seemingly been living the life of an international playboy, traveling, partying, hangin’ with the ladies and eating well.
Georges St-Pierre recently said that he left the UFC due to his problems with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Whether he has been formally diagnosed with that disorder or it’s a self-diagnosis, we don’t know. What we do know is that the longest reigning UFC welterweight champ in history gave up his title after taking a whoopin’ from Johny Hendricks last November (yes, GSP technically won the decision).
It was announced a few hours ago that Vitor Belfort would not be challenging UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman for the title in the main event of UFC 173 that’s set to take place in May. The UFC stated that Belfort agreed to withdraw from the bout in an earlier statement, so Belfort took to Facebook to provide his input on the situation