Travis Browne & Alistair Overeem
Travis Kuualiialoha Browne (born July 17, 1982) is an American mixed martial artist who competes as a heavyweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Alistair Cees Overeem (born May 17, 1980) is a Dutch mixed martial artist and kickboxer, signed to the Ultimate Fighting Championship./5
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UFC on Fox 11's Travis Browne embracing the idea of former foe Alistair Overeem joining Jackson-Winkeljohn
Travis Browne 'embraces the idea' of Alistair Overeem joining Team Greg Jackson via
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Wow huge upset Travis Browne over Alistair Overeem in tonight's co-main event. Browne is the Dark Horse in the heavyweight division.
Alistair Overeem vs Travis Browne , the co-main event for the UFC's debut on Fox Sports 1 is sure to be a fight...
Travis Browne isn't a better striker than Alistair Overeem but his length and athleticism make him a difficult matchup for The Reem.
Following devastating knockout wins over Travis Browne and Alistair Overeem, Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva gets the rematch he’s craved tonight when he challenges Cain Velasquez for the UFC heavyweight title
Bigfoot looks to re-write history It was Mark Twain who wrote, “the very ink with which history is written is merely fluid prejudice” and those famous words seem more appropriate than ever as we approach UFC 160. The UFC returns to the MGM Grand Garden Arena this Saturday, headlined by a title fight that most people have written off already. In one corner stands two-time Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez, the man who mauled Junior dos Santos to regain his gold. In the other is a man who stands, literally, as a giant amongst the sport’s big men: Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva. Statistically, the challenger looks every inch a viable contender. Standing 6’4 and weighing in at 285lb, he boasts a resume that includes Fedor Emelianenko, Travis Browne and Alistair Overeem. So why the pre-fight pessimism? Well, as any MMA aficionado would tell you, this is Bigfoot we’re talking about. You know Bigfoot right? Slow, plodding, clumsy old Bigfoot. Man, he’s got a ton of heart but the genetics haven’t be ...
Scores: Scooby - 57 Me - 57 Jeff - 56 Danny - 55 Yes against all the odds, the Ultimate Predictor, has reached it's centenary edition. As I have occasionally this means I am doing 8 predictions instead of the regular 7. Anyway thanks for playing guys and let's see just how long we can keep this thing going, anyway here we go: Heavyweight Championship bout: Cain Velasquez (c) (11-1) vs. Antonio Silva (18-4) Predicted Winner: Cain Velasquez - It must be said that Antonio Silva is a very talented heavyweight. First of all he is simply a huge man, he has big knockout power and he has a very good ground game as he is a black belt in both BJJ and Judo. He has also taken out top heavyweight contenders Alistair Overeem and Travis Browne in his last two bouts. However it could be argued that his win Overeem was as much to do with Overeem's over-confidence as it did with Silva's skill (although it was a vicious knockout). Plus, and this is the biggest sticking point, he was absolutely mauled by Velasquez in their l ...
Bigfoot Silva Happy to Shock the World Again by Beating Cain Velasquez "I was very happy, and that is being a part of the realization of my dream, and May 25th I will complete my dream and be champion," Silva told Bleacher Report in an exclusive interview just after receiving the news about the title shot. "I learned that I have to do what I trained with my coaches and follow the strategy," Silva answered when asked what he will do differently the second time around. "I will follow my strategy 100-percent and my training will be basically what I did in my first fight against Cain." Since his loss to Velasquez last year, Silva has managed to knock out previously undefeated heavyweight prospect Travis Browne as well as his thunderous finish of Alistair Overeem at UFC 156. The two emphatic victories catapulted Silva back into the title picture, and with his win against Overeem, he became the last man standing in the heavyweight contender's race. "I'm already used to it," Silva said about not being favored t ...
UFC News: It's official: With a first-round TKO over previously undefeated Travis Browne and a knockout win over top contender Alistair Overeem, Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva has earned a title shot against UFC Heavyweight Champion Cain Velasquez. That Heavyweight Championship bout will anchor UFC 160, to be held Memorial Day weekend in Las Vegas.Plus, two of the top heavyweights in the world will settle their differences at the event as former Strikeforce Heavyweight Champion Alistair "The Reem" Overeem will take on former UFC Heavyweight Champion Junior "Cigano" Dos Santos.Farther down in the weight divisions, fans will see a fantastic stylistic matchup as welterweights Stephen "Wonderboy" Thompson and TUF season 7 winner Amir Sadollah do battle.Verbal agreements are in for all three matchups. More details about the event, including venue and ticket information, will be announced in the coming weeks.
Bigfoot: I can beat 'created in a lab' Alistair Overeem "Bigfoot," who is coming off a recent win over Travis Browne, said he's more than happy to take on the massive Overeem, even if he was "created in a lab." "If Overeem really doesn't want to have to wait for a fight after his suspension is up, I am here ready to welcome him," Silva today told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com). "I respect him as an athlete. After all, he was K-1, DREAM and Strikeforce champion. But I am not worried about titles or belts right now. "Overeem is big and strong, but I know I can beat him. Even if was created in the lab, I can beat him."
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