Posts Tagged ‘FOOTAGE’


Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

In a very quiet fashion, Demetrious Johnson known as the Mighty Mouse has transformed into one of the very best pound-for-pound fighters ever seen in the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA).

The 30-year old has cleared out the entire Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) flyweight division as he moves on to nine-straight title defenses. He hopes he can push further, thus extending his winning streak to 10 and tying Anderson Silva’s UFC record this April on FOX.

Speaking to MMA fighting earlier last week, the Mighty Mouse said:

“My next fight is set to tie Anderson Silva’s record for the most consecutive title fight defenses in UFC history.

“I put it out in the media and to UFC, immediately after my last fight that I wanted to do it in Las Vegas in March. Unfortunately, the next guy in line was fighting in February, so it had to be pushed back.” (more…)


Sunday, January 22nd, 2017

Anderson Silva and Michael Bisping fought back in February, with the Briton winning a hard earned decision during their main event match in England.

Whether he’s eager for a rematch or not, the Spider decided to bring up the contest and make a mockery of Bisping on social media.

He took to Instagram about their bout and posted a picture with the following caption.

“Where did this punch come from? Kick in the mouth! Where did it come from? III. I will run from this guy! I hope they’ll help me in this fight! I think I am going to go to sleep and I will come back later since I’m at home! It is always nice to fight at home. God Save the Queen!”

“The day I knocked someone out and ended up losing by points. In the Queen’s land, it is no different from Brazil, it seems fighting at home has its advantages! God save the Queen!”

It wasn’t long before Bisping replied with a lengthy Instagram post of his own. (more…)

Anderson Silva Returns To UFC 200

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

The fans of Anderson Silva can no more be disappointed for his withdrawal in UFC 198 as the surgery was quite successful and he has recovered to be ready to play his next battle.

The UFC middleweight fighter has put in the best of efforts to come back. Anderson Silva is the martial artist as well as former UFC middleweight champion and he holds the biggest title streaks in the history of the UFC. He was moved out of UFC 198 as he had undergone a surgery but it did not change his mind to give up his next fight. He has been consistently working hard with the help of his physical trainer to get back in form and play his next game.

The physical trainer of Silva, Rogeria Camoes has said that Silva is keen to take part in the big fight, which would take place in Vegas on 9th of July. The trainer thanked god for things went on smoothly and said that Anderson Silva has planned his return. Silva showed his keenness and told his trainer to pack up everything to go to UFC 200. The best part about this middleweight champion is that he has always kept his mind focused and strong and has never lost his motivation. He has always shown eagerness and enthusiasm to take active part in the UFC 200 historical event.

Anderson Silva Creates His Forthcoming Legacy

Monday, June 6th, 2016

For those who have been fans of Anderson Silva have every reason to be. He was a legacy in MMA, having won about 33 fights among 41 fighting events.

It included a title run in the UFC that lasted about fourteen fights. He also won several accolades besides this feat.

Many say that Spider, as his nickname is in the fighting circles, is coming to a close. That might be the case as every fighter has a career that comes to an end. However, with his son being the new rising star, it looks like Silva’s name will remain in the circles even after he stops fighting himself. Many experts state that Silva is creating his own legacy in his son. There are several footages that are emerging of his son Kalyl’s moves and they resemble some of the iconic moves of his father.

Kalyl Silva showcases a similar range and length of his fighting styles as his father. The styles are similar to what Anderson displayed when he played at Octagon. The styles and moves have a similarity that is uncanny. Though it is not sure whether the younger Silva will join the MMA. However, if he does, he definitely has learned from his father all the moves of a great artist in mixed martial arts. (more…)

Anderson Silva is not the greatest, says Sonnen

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

Georges St. Pierre and not Anderson Silva, is the greatest fighter ever to step inside the Ultimate Fighting Championship of the UFC Octagon, according to former two division contender Chael Sonnen.

The American Gangster is known for his over the top trash talking and he has made quite a name for himself doing that and it seems that he has carried that habit well into retirement and his new career as an analyst. The Oregon native made an appearance at ESPN MMA in his role as an analyst where he discussed in detail, the careers of two of the greatest fighters in the history of Mixed Martial Arts – the former UFC Welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre and the former UFC Middleweight champion Anderson Silva.

The Spider was recently hauled for failing a pre-fight dope test with his B-sample also testing positive for the use of performance enhancing drugs putting his legacy as the greatest fighter in UFC history into question. (more…)

Anderson Silva Gets A Chance To Fight For Middleweight Title

Monday, January 19th, 2015

It was announced by Dana White, the president of UFC, on Wednesday that Anderson Silva will get a chance to claim the middleweight title if he manages to defeat Nick Diaz in UFC 183’s main event after which he will have to compete against the winner of UFC 184 middleweight title fight which is between Chris Weidman, the champion and Vitor Belfort, the challenger.

Anderson Silva hasn’t fought for more than a year due to a severe leg injury and he was defeated in his last two fights by Technical Knockout.

Anderson Silva remained the champion in the middleweight category from 2006 until 2013. In UFC 162, Chris Weidman knocked out Anderson Silva. A rematch took place five months later in UFC 168 where Silva was again defeated by Weidman. In that match, Weidman knocked Silva down in the very first round of the match but Silva was able to get up and soon after that the bell rang indicating the round was over. (more…)