MMA News Roundup: Seagal Talks Silva, Bisping Wants Sonnen, Title Shot

We get it.  You’re busy.  And there’s a ton of awesome stuff to keep up with in this great big world of MMA. And since you don’t have the time to scour the net for good content like we do, we’re hand delivering you the news, rumors and best of the rest – right here in the Roundup.

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Hot MMA News, Commentary, and the Best of the Rest

– We’ve seen some strange fighting styles throughout the history of MMA.  Here are 10 of the strangest seen in the UFC (Bleacher Report)

– When discussing the legalization of MMA, us fans have clung to the “safer than boxing” argument.  But do we have the facts to back it up(Cage Potato)

– UFC 148: Steven Seagal teaches Anderson Silva, “techniques that no one has ever seen in the UFC.”  Hear what else he has to say about the champion. (Fightline.com)

– ‘Countdown to UFC 147’ Franklin vs Silva premiered today. Watch the full episode here(5th Round)

– Jason Young and Robert Peralta are set to fight at “UFC on FUEL TV 5” as the latest match up added to the card(MMA Convert)

– Rich Franklin’s goals go beyond defeating Wanderlei Silva for a second time.  He sees one more title run in his future. (ProMMANow.com)

– Rony Johnson says up coming fight with Godofredo De Oliveira will be “fighting for a dream.”  Learn more about Johnson’s up coming fight and his experience in The Ultimate Fighter Brazil(MMA Sucka)

– Clay Guida expects an “all out five round war” with Gray Maynard.  Knowing these two, we should expect nothing less(Lowkick.com)

– Michael Bisping, being outspoken as usual,  is already planning on a middleweight title fight against Chael Sonnen (MMANews.com)

– Wanderlei Silva is one of mma’s most feared and respected competitors.  Let’s take a look back at the career that made him so. (411Mania.com)

– Though Quinton “Rampage” Jackson intends to “move his fighting career forward,” don’t plan on seeing him in the UFC for much longer(Fighters.com)

 


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