Vitor Belfort finished Michael Bisping and also took out the next contender in line with a shot at Anderson Silva. So now who has the
Despite emerging in 2012 as a legitimate threat to Anderson Silva's UFC title, Chris Weidman overcame a year chalk full over tragedy.
Photo gallery, featuring Jon Jones and Ronda Rousey, from the 2012 MMA Awards. Photos courtesy of Ryan McKinnell.
Chris Weidman has gone through more personally and professionally than any fighter in the UFC possibly should over the last few weeks.
Chris Weidman will await word after undergoing an MRI on his injured shoulder to get the final diagnosis after pulling out of UFC 155
A change has been made to a potential No. 1 contender's bout at UFC 155 as Chris Weidman has been forced off the show with
UFC light heavyweight Ryan Bader will hold a charity event this Saturday in Arizona to benefit the Wounded Warriors Project.
Chris Weidman, widely regarded as the top contender in the UFC middleweight division, is fighting in December, but it won’t be against 185-pound champion Anderson
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Michael Bisping breaks down the middleweight division and gives his thoughts on 'overhyped' contenders like Chris Weidman, and why he should be the man to
Chris Weidman finally has a fight, but it will not be the challenge of middleweight champion Anderson Silva that most feel he deserves. He instead
As close as it seemed Chris Weidman was to a title shot following his win over Mark Munoz back in July, he may have to
Anderson Silva's manager Ed Soares says that a super fight with Georges St-Pierre definitely makes the most sense right now, but not a bout against
A back injury will keep Alan Belcher from competing at UFC 153 in Brazil, but it's only a bump in the road because he wants
Chael Sonnen wasn't the only middleweight that was offering to step up and face Jon Jones on short notice at UFC 151.
UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva has no plans to be back in the Octagon before the end of the year. UFC president Dana White weighs
The remainder of the fight cards for 2012 are starting to come together, but one name that will be absent is UFC middleweight champion Anderson
Chris Weidman isn't sure why Anderson Silva's camp keeps asking for welterweights or fights they know can't happen when the No. 1 middleweight contender is
There are a lot of fights that could be made in the UFC middleweight division right now, but the only problem is every top contender
UFC middleweight contender Chris Weidman and Invicta FC main event fighter Sara McMann headlined Tuesday's edition of MMAWeekly Radio.
Chris Weidman would be honored to face Anderson Silva, but he's not doing it for the honor. He's doing it to put the champion away.
UFC 149 was supposed to provide some clarity to the middleweight contenders race as to who will next challenge champion Anderson Silva.
Alan Belcher is looking for a fight, but the only problem right now is it seems nobody wants to fight him.
Watch the UFC on Fuel 4 post-fight press conference video as Chris Weidman, Alex Caceres, Dana White, Aaron Simpson and others address the press.
Chris Weidman addresses the press after his fight against Mark Munoz at the UFC on Fuel 4 press conference and talks about his fight with
Fighter safety is solely in the hands of the referee while inside the cage during any combat sport, and referee Josh Rosenthal failed Mark Munoz
His confidence at an all-time high after dominating Mark Munoz, Chris Weidman believes he can submit UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva.
Chris Weidman derailed Mark Munoz’ quest for a title shot, stopping the contender in the second round by technical knockout at UFC on Fuel TV
Mark Munoz and Chris Weidman hit the scales on Tuesday ahead of their five round main event with the winner taking one more step towards
Chris Weidman loves when an opponent comes into a fight with him brimming with confidence because it drives him that much harder to break them.