Monday Afternoon Link Dump: UFC 120 Edition

Take a look at the best of the web from the friends of Heavy MMA.

That Settles It: Cheick Kongo Is The Dirtiest Fighter in the UFC — UFC heavyweight Cheick Kongo did not do himself any favors at UFC 120. A point deduction from continuously grabbing onto the shorts of his opponent resulted in the fight ending in a draw. But this is nothing new from Mr. Kongo, as kindly explains. (

FIGHT! Ranks: UFC 120 Bisping vs. Akiyama — Another UFC event is in the books. Take a look at who is on the rise and who fell the hardest at UFC 120, courtesy of our friends at FIGHT! Magazine. (

Is Carlos Condit The Real Deal? Ask Dan Hardy — Carlos Condit’s knockout victory over Dan Hardy at UFC 120 was enough to silence his talkative opponent momentarily. But something tells us that Hardy may be singing a different tune when talking about Condit in the future. Check out what the guys at 5 oz. had to say. (

Junior dos Santos shares his thoughts on the Lesnar, Velasquez title fight — Waiting in the wings for the winner of Lesnar vs. Velasquez, dos Santos has some time to share his thoughts on the epic clash we have in store this Saturday on Pay-Per-View. (

UFC 120 ‘Bisping vs. Akiyama’ Results, Wrap-Up, Bonuses & Live Gate — has got the hookup for all the information on UFC 120. Check out the winners, the losers, the live gate, and much, much more. (

Now That Bisping Defeated Akiyama, Does He Inherit His Sexiness? — A fair question, and one that deserves an answer. We’ll let the guys over at take it from here. (

Brit Actor Jason Statham Responds To Countryman Dan Hardy’s KO — Silver screen superstar Jason Statham was none to happy about Dan Hardy’s knockout loss to Carlos Condit. Well, at least this video makes it seem like that. (

Home Field In MMA — This past weekend, we saw several of Britain’s fighters fall in the homeland. takes a look at the role that fighting on your home turf serves.

Falling Action: Best and Worst of UFC 120 — Ben Fowlkes examines the results and performances from UFC 120 and is here with the lowdown of the biggest winners, biggest losers, and more. Take a look. (

Is It Time For ‘Sexiyama’ to Step Up or Step Off — After his UFC 120 loss to Michael Bisping, Akiyama sits at a disappointing 1-2 in the promotion. To make matters worse, his lone win was controversial to say the least. What’s Akiyama’s next move, you ask? Chad Dundas has the lowdown. (

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