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Antonio Silva vs. Frank Mir Booked for UFC 184, Miesha Tate vs. Sara McMann a Go for UFC 183

(#ForaWin. Via Mir's Instagram.) According to a report on Wednesday's edition of UFC Tonight, heavyweight staples Frank Mir and Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva have been booked to throw down at UFC 184: Weidman vs. Belfort in Los Angeles. In...Show More Summary

Frank Mir vs Bigfoot Silva fight added to stacked UFC 184 line up

Go big or go home... Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight champion, Frank Mir, is scheduled to return to mixed martial arts (MMA) action after a one-year hiatus when he collides with Antonio Silva at UFC 184. "UFCShow More Summary

Frank Mir vs. Antonio Silva Slated for UFC 184 in February

UFC 184 on February 28, 2015, continues to get better and better. On Wednesday evening, the UFC announced the addition of a top-15 heavyweight battle between Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva (18-6-1) and Frank Mir (16-9). Eighth-ranked Silva will be coming off a knockout loss to Andrei Arlovski, and he is winless in his last three outings. Show More Summary

Minotauro Nogueira: Frank Mir needs a UFC win and I need to stop 'choking'

Who's ready for part three? Sounds like Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, who is still "choking" about his loss to Frank Mir back in late 2011. That's when "Minotauro" had his arm crushed like a bag of potato chips, despite handling the former...Show More Summary

Alistair Overeem and 4 UFC Fighters Most in Need of a Victory

All fighters age. Sometimes, even those in their prime lose a step or are unable to compete with today’s blend of diverse mixed martial artists. In fact, the following men—Alistair Overeem, Dan Henderson, Frank Mir, Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira...Show More Summary

Frank Mir on when -- or if -- he'll ever fight in UFC again: 'I really don't know'

Good thing Brendan Schaub has no trouble finding opponents. Despite being called out by "Big Brown," former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion Frank Mir is no closer to making his Octagon return, following a dreadful...Show More Summary

Watch Ep. 6 of 'The Reem' documentary series: 'The Foundation' (Season 3)

The latest episode of the Alistair Overeem documentary series, "The Reem," was released on Wednesday. Follow the UFC heavyweight behind the scenes for his last fight against Frank Mir at UFC 169, his appearance on The MMA Hour with Ariel...Show More Summary

Ben Rothwell Perfect Foe for Alistair Overeem as He Looks to Rebuild Momentum

Alistair Overeem avoided a three-fight losing streak at UFC 169 in February when he pounded on Frank Mir for 15 minutes en route to a unanimous-decision victory. As "The Reem" looks to get back in the title conversation in the heavyweight...Show More Summary

Brendan Schaub wants to fight 'cocky' Frank Mir, tells EA Sports to 'suck a d--k' for UFC video game snub

Ear Muffs! "Big Brown" isn't too happy with EA Sports for leaving him off the new UFC video game. If while scrolling through the heavyweight roster on the new EA Sports UFC video game, you caught yourself wondering why you can't choose...Show More Summary

On This Day in MMA History: Frank Mir Breaks Tim Sylvia’s Arm, Ken Shamrock KO’s Kimo at UFC 48: Payback

It might be hard to believe when looking at him now, but there was a time not too long ago when Tim Sylvia was paid money to compete in physical activities. I know right? I'm seriously. It was the mid-2000's, and "The Maine-iac" weighed in at a svelte 265 pounds. Show More Summary

The 7 Most Prolific Submission Artists in UFC History

With three submissions in a row, Royce Gracie became the first UFC tournament champion. Since then, submissions have played a huge role in UFC history. From Frank Mir becoming heavyweight champion by breaking Tim Sylvia's arm to JonShow More Summary

UFC Fight Night 39 results: Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira wants one last Frank Mir fight before retiring

Frank Mir knocked out Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira, then submitted "Minotauro" in their rematch. Now, the Brazilian wants to get one of those finishes back before calling it a career. There's just no easy way to say it: Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira...Show More Summary

Frank Mir Taking Time off, Not Cut from UFC, According to Manager

When Frank Mir and Alistair Overeem fought each other at UFC 169, fans might as well have dubbed it a "loser leaves town match." But it seems like the man who lost, Mir, isn't leaving the UFC anytime soon. Mir's manager, Malki Kawa,Show More Summary

Frank Mir not cut, but taking time off following loss to Alistair Overeem at UFC 169

Mir has competed every year since his 2006 return and could probably use a break. Talk about a rough couple of years. Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight champion Frank Mir has dropped four consecutive mixed martial...Show More Summary

Alistair Overeem still nursing injured rib, timetable for UFC return unclear

"The Reem's" return to the Octagon is still up in the air due to a hurting rib. An injury he fought with when he dominated Frank Mir at UFC 169 last month. Alistair Overeem's return to the Octagon might be later, rather than sooner. According...Show More Summary

UFC World Podcast with Gareth A Davies: Mike Dolce says Frank Mir to 205; John Lineker to 135

On this week's UFC World Podcast, Mike Dolce, Jonathan Chaimberg and Israel's first fighter to join the UFC roster, Noad Ladat, join host Gareth A Davies. Dolce discusses his extraordinary childhood, growing up as the son of a thoroughbred horse breeder, revealing why and how he increased his body weight to 280lbs+ as a powerlifter, [...]

Frank Mir Only Wants to Fight in the UFC

Even though Frank Mir has lost four consecutive fights, he is still adamant about wanting to continue Frank Mir Only Wants to Fight in the UFC - -

UFC 169 results: Dana White says decision on Frank Mir's retirement to be made this week

Frank Mir suffered his fourth-straight loss with a unanimous decision defeat to Alistair Overeem last night (Feb. 1, 2014) at UFC 169 in Newark, NJ. UFC President Dana White shared his thoughts with at the post-fight presser...Show More Summary

Frank Mir: If He Doesn't Retire, What Makes Sense for Former Champ?

UFC 169 featured a big heavyweight fight between Alistair Overeem and Frank Mir. The bout was not big because it was highly anticipated, or because the two fighters were battling for a title shot. It was big because all signs pointed...Show More Summary

Alistair Overeem: Fighting JDS Not the Right Move

Alistair Overeem saved his job by defeating Frank Mir at UFC 169. Overeem looked the best he has in years. He seemed lighter, more active on his feet and had more cardio. All positive signs for the heavyweight as he tries to move back...Show More Summary

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