The heavyweight title fight between Junior dos Santos and Frank Mir at UFC 146 gets a three-part “UFC Primetime” special series that debuts Friday night on FX.
The heavyweight title fight between Junior dos Santos and Frank Mir at UFC 146 in three weeks will get a three-part “UFC Primetime” special series leading into the event.
A pair of unbeaten heavyweights will clash at UFC 146 next month. After the reshuffling of the main card, Shane Del Rosario now will meet Stipe Miocic (pictured).
Original Roy Nelson opponent Antonio Silva was moved up to face Cain Velasquez with Velasquez opponent Frank Mir moved up to meet Junior dos Santos. Nelson now meets Gabriel Gonzaga on the main card of UFC 146.
With Frank Mir moving out of his top contenders fight against Cain Velasquez and into a title shot against Junior dos Santos at UFC 146, Velasquez now faces Antonio Silva in the co-main event.
Alistair Overeem, in a statement released through his management company, says a doctor-prescribed medication containing testosterone is the cause of his recent failed test.
Dana White didn’t need to wait for Tuesday’s NSAC hearing. Late Friday, he announced Frank Mir, not Alistair Overeem, will face Junior dos Santos at UFC 146
Assuming Alistair Overeem doesn’t get his license to fight at UFC 146, what’s next for champ Junior dos Santos? HeavyMMA’s Duane Finley looks at the candidates.
With the UFC 146 main event in jeopardy due to Alistair Overeem’s positive test for elevated testosterone levels, Dana White says the co-main event between Frank Mir and Cain Velasquez “will happen” next month, effectively eliminating them from stepping in to fight Junior dos Santos.