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UFC veteran Dennis Siver, drops to featherweight after losing to Donald Cerrone last October, at UFC 137.
UFC veteran Dennis Siver will debut as a featherweight fighter in the upcoming UFC on FUEL TV 2 card. Siver recently dropped down to featherweight after getting defeated by Donald Cerrone in last year’s UFC 137 bout.Read the rest of the article »
Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone will replace Sam Stout to face Dennis Silver for UFC 137
Sam Stout was forced out of his upcoming bout against Dennis Silver for UFC 137– which will take place in Las Vegas. Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone stepped in to replace him. The new match was confirmed by sources that was close to the match-up on Monday.
Donald Cerrone might soon give the Miller brothers a run for their money for a fighter who steps in on short notice when someone is injured. The said fight will be the second out of Cowboy’s last three fights, wherein he has stepped in for another injured fighter. Since moving over from WEC to the UFC, Donald Cerrone has gone 3-0 with rapidly improving his skills every step of the way.
During his recent trip in the Octagon, Cowboy made a short work of his opponent — Charles Oliveira. The latter was defeated during the first round of their UFC on Versus 5 bout in Milwaukee.
The Team Jackson fighter will now face a top ten opponent in Dennis Siver, who looks to win his fifth fight in a row this October.View Article Source »
With Fighting Insider's preview for UFC 132 preliminary card done, it's time to settle your bets with the help with this main card follow-up.
Following Fighting Insider’s preview for the UFC 132 preliminary card, we are giving our betting aids for the tournament’s main card. Do you have the same bet and insights as ours?
Check out Fighting Insider’s UFC 132: Cruz vs Faber main card preview after the break.Read the rest of the article »
A pair of lightweights, boasting three-fight win streak, meets in Las Vegas, as Dennis Siver faces Matt Wiman at the upcoming UFC 132.
The upcoming UFC 132 will not only feature a rematch between BJ Penn and Jon Fitch, but also a bout between two fighters carrying a three-fight win streak. A pair of lightweights, Dennis Siver and Matt Wiman, will meet at UFC 132: Penn vs Fitch 2.
Dennis Siver will step inside the Octagon with a victory over George Sotiropoulos at UFC 127 last February. His decision win marks his third consecutive victory under the UFC banner. Meanwhile, Matt Wiman fought last January where he picked up a decision win over Cole Miller at UFC Fight Night 23. And just like Siver, it was also Wiman’s third straight victory.
UFC 132: Penn vs Fitch 2 is penciled to take place on July 2 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. The night’s main card will air live on pay-per-view. More news are sure to come, so keep it posted here on Fighting Insider.View Article Source »
The UFC president breaks away from his modus operandi and rolls out the two much-awaited fights for UFC 127 which will take place in Australia.
UFC president knows how to keep the adrenaline rush going. White revealed after the post-fight press conference that B.J. Penn, who is fresh from winning against Matt Hughes, will face Jon Fitch at UFC 127 in the Land Down Under.
On the other hand, the Australian fighter George Sotiropoulos will fight against Dennis Siver.
“Both guys are on win streaks; both guys look good,” commented White. “It’s gonna be a fun one.”
Aside from Penn vs. Fitch, other fighters who will take part at the UFC 127 are Carlos Condit and Chris Lytle.View Article Source »
One fighter is competing for his country to accept the sports with arms wide open. While another fighter is keen to get a feather in cap. Will Siver severe Winner's record, or will Winner triumph against all ill-memory?
Though no bout agreement has been set, verbal accord are in place and lightweight Dennis Siver and Andre Winner are expected to meet at UFC 122. The event will take place on November 13 at Konig Pilsener Arena in Oberhausen, Germany, and will air on Spike TV via same-day delay. The Siver-Winner bout is anticipated to air on the televised portion of the event.
Siver, a resident of Mannheim, Germany, will fight on his home turf after gracing the promotion’s first trip to the country on UFC 99. He will come from an impressive victory over Spencer Fisher at The Ultimate Fighter 11. Winner, on the other hand, is intent on erasing the memory of a lopsided decision loss against Nik Lentz at UFC 118.
Can Siver achieve another conquest in his motherland? Or will Winner be what his name is shouting about this time?View Article Source »
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