MMA News Roundup: Silva the Greatest, Bisping wants Weidman

 

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“When he feels the power of my hands, he is going to change his mind.”  Junior Dos Santos responds to Alistair Overeem’s claims that he can defeat the champion (Fightline.com)

Some are saying that Chris Weidman is the new and improved Chael Sonnen.  Does Chael Sonnen 2.0 have what it takes to defeat Anderson Silva? (ProMMANow)

Dana White has been saying it for a while, and now more people than ever are saying it…but is it true? Is Anderson Silva the greatest fighter of all time? (411Mania.com)

The whole world was impressed with Chris Weidman’s knockout of Mark Munoz, however no one would have expected the notoriously arrogant Chael Sonnen to declare Weidman as “the best middleweight in the UFC” (MMAConvert.com)

Get your break down of the Bellator 72 LIVE fight card  (MMANews.com)

With multiple middleweight fighters trying to claim the number one contender slot, Michael Bisping proposes that he and Chris Weidman fight for it.  Read the interview here (Lowkick.com)

It seems that Broc Lesnar’s quick success in the UFC made an impression on other WWE stars. Dave Bautista, a former WWE champion, is set to make his MMA debut (MMASucka.com)

At long last it has finally arrived, here’s the official event poster for ‘UFC 151: Jones vs. Henderson’ (5thround.com)

With people already complaining that there are too many UFC events, it’s no surprise that a big Strikeforce event happening this weekend has completely slipped under the radar. (CagePotato)

Chris Weidman thinks he’s ready for Anderson Silva, but does Dana White?  White discusses Weidman, Sonnen and Bonnar (Fighters.com)

We’ve seen our fare share of historic MMA bouts, but there are still plenty we haven’t seen.  Here’s a list of 15 legend vs. legend fights we’d love to see (Bleacher Report)

Want a good way to spend five seconds?  Watch this 5 second Women’s MMA knockout (TheMMANews.com)

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