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Fabricio Werdum will finish Cain Velasquez -- just like he did Fedor Emelianenko

And that would be another feather in the cap of "Vai Cavalo." Fabricio Werdum handed Fedor Emelianenko his first loss in over a decade back in 2010 by tapping "The Last Emperor" under the Strikeforce banner via first-round submission. In...Show More Summary

UFC rankings updated after UFC Fight Night 58: Lyoto Machida leapfrogs Vitor Belfort, Rafael dos Anjos sits alone at No. 1

And UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis passes Cain Velasquez in the pound-for-pound rankings. The official Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) rankings have been updated following UFC Fight Night 58, which went down this past weekend (Sat. Show More Summary

Dos Santos vs. Miocic: Video Highlights from Heavyweight Slugfest

Like every heavyweight not named Cain Velasquez, Stipe Miocic came up short against Junior Dos Santos on Saturday night. UFC on FOX 13 had its share of great performances but none could top the bloody display of grit and heart showcased...Show More Summary

UFC on FOX 13 winners: Junior dos Santos, Alistair Overeem, and Matt Mitrione breathe new life into heavyweight division

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight division has been in a serious holding pattern thanks to the oft-injured Cain Velasquez, who is the combat sports equivalent of Punxsutawney Phil: He shows up once a year, then injures...Show More Summary

UFC on Fox 13 results: Junior dos Santos wins close decision over Stipe Miocic

"Close" meaning "razor thin" and possibly controversial. Junior dos Santos was out of action for over a year after Cain Velasquez delivered the beating of a lifetime at UFC 166 back on Oct. 19, 2013. He had been scheduled to fight Stipe...Show More Summary

Junior dos Santos has a message for UFC heavyweights: You're not Cain Velasquez!

So get out of here with all that "laying the blueprint" talk. The only man to ever defeat Junior dos Santos inside the Octagon  is none other than current Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion, Cain Velasquez. InShow More Summary

Mike Dolce: 'Cain Velasquez Not Competing at His Optimal Body Weight'

Cain Velasquez might have missed his calling as a light heavyweight, according to dietary guru Mike Dolce. The reigning UFC heavyweight champion has been a wrecking ball in a division full of giants throughout his professional career,...Show More Summary

Mike Dolce: Cain Velasquez has good results, but carrying around that extra weight does not suit itself for MMA

Outside of a knockout loss to Junior dos Santos -- violently avenged in two subsequent fights -- Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez has looked largely invincible since joining the ZUFFA roster back...Show More Summary

UFC on Fox 13 Bold Predictions: Junior Dos Santos Halts the Rise of Stipe Miocic

On Saturday at UFC on Fox 13, the giants will once again roam the Octagon. Even as the top of the fight company's 265-pound division remains in limbo while awaiting the return of champion Cain Velasquez, it's hard not to notice the UFC...Show More Summary

UFC Quick Quote: Jon Jones doesn't have the style to stop a 'beast' like Cain Velasquez

"Not a chance. Cain, just the storm that he can put on you, you can't stop it. I've trained with the guy, I've sparred with him so many times, and when he wants to get after you, he's going to get after you. You can only run away so long. Show More Summary

UFC interim champ Fabricio Werdum accepts Jon Jones' challenge for heavyweight 'super fight'

What, no love for the champ, Cain Velasquez? Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) light heavyweight kingpin, Jon Jones, is close to cleaning out the 205-pound weight class after running roughshod over the his colleagues since bursting...Show More Summary

Cain Velasquez vs. Fabricio Werdum Unification Bout Being Planned for June

Mexico City was promised a UFC heavyweight championship match between Cain Velasquez and Fabricio Werdum at UFC 180, but an injury prevented that from happening. Signs currently point to the UFC targeting the matchup back in the Mexico...Show More Summary

Fabricio Werdum vs. Mark Hunt: Keys to Victory for Each Fighter

No. 1 heavyweight contender Fabricio Werdum and No. 4 contender Mark Hunt will face each other at UFC 180. Hunt replaced heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, who recently sustained yet another injury. Since the champion has been inactive...Show More Summary

Dana White: Cain Velasquez could be stripped of UFC heavyweight title

No pressure... Dominick Cruz was stripped of his Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Bantamweight title after an ACL injury prevented him from defending his belt for more than two years. Cain Velasquez will get a bit less time thanShow More Summary

UFC 180 Bold Predictions: Who Leaves Mexico City as Interim Heavyweight Champ?

One thing we can say in UFC 180’s favor: There is no shortage of intrigue. As the UFC prepares to make its first trek to Mexico City on Saturday, the future of injured heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez casts a large shadow. If allShow More Summary

UFC 180: Fabricio Werdum vs. Mark Hunt Main Card Betting Odds and Predictions

UFC 180 will be the first major pay-per-view to hail from Mexico City, but the proposed heavyweight title bout between Cain Velasquez and Fabricio Werdum will not go off as planned on Saturday night. Velasquez suffered a knee injury,...Show More Summary

UFC 180: Sorry, but Mark Hunt 'quite happy' Cain Velasquez got injured

Because if he wasn't, then Hunt would still be looking for his much-desired -- and quite elusive -- title shot. One man's misery is another man's fortune. That's definitely the case in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight...Show More Summary

5 Reasons to Watch UFC 180

The untimely injury of heavyweight champ Cain Velasquez in late October nearly derailed the UFC's first event in Mexico. Fortunately for the company's brass, fearless and ambitious heavyweight contender Mark Hunt stepped up on late notice...Show More Summary

UFC 180: Who's on the Hot Seat?

While UFC 180 has taken some hits—most notably, heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez being injured—it remains a card worth watching. Since Velasquez has been inactive for 13 months and because his return date is unknown, Fabricio Werdum will now meet Mark Hunt in an interim championship bout. Show More Summary

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