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Fresh off one of the most high-profile victories of his career, Gegard Mousasi apparently wants to keep the momentum rolling with a fight that would undoubtedly be the biggest of his fighting life: a date with Vitor Belfort.

After UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman was forced to pull out of his title defense against Belfort at UFC 184, Mousasi volunteered to step in and face the Brazilian challenger, according to a tweet from the guy himself: 

On Jan. 24 in the co-main event of UFC on Fox 14, Mousasi (36-5-2) handed 44-year-old veteran Dan Henderson a first-round TKO defeat. It was the fifth loss in six contests for Henderson and moved Mousasi to 3-2 since he joined the UFC in 2013.

Mousasi, 29, has long been considered a talented fighter who was—because of lackadaisical training or other reasons—never quite able to put it all together in big fights. However, it appears he may be turning a corner at this stage of his career. Though his UFC record is not glamorous, his only two losses came to Lyoto Machida and Ronaldo Souza, two of the top contenders in the stacked middleweight division.

Belfort is on a bit of a streak of his own, having won each of his last three fights, and all three of them by knockout. However, this fight would take place at middleweight, where his recent contests happened at light heavyweight.

UFC 184 is scheduled to go down on Feb. 28. UFC officials have made no official statement about whether Belfort will remain on the card or who might potentially replace Weidman

In a report by Brazilian website Tatame (h/t Bloody Elbow’s Fernando Arbex) Belfort’s camp previously indicated that they would be interested in facing an opponent with a style similar to Weidman‘s. Mark Munoz, Yoel Romero and Souza came up as possibilities. 

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Miesha Tate and Sara McMann squared off to conclude the UFC 183 prelims on Saturday night in Las Vegas in a scrappy exchange between two of the best 135-pound women in the sport.

The bout was a back-and-forth affair; McMann looked dominant in the first round before Tate took things over late and began to roll over the Olympic silver medalist in surprising fashion to take the majority decision.

It was a great way to finish the early portion of the card, and the outcome likely placed Tate within a win or two of getting a third bout with her nemesis, Ronda Rousey.

Here’s what we learned.


What We’ll Remember About This Fight

Early on, this fight seemed like it would show how much McMann had improved on the feet, but then Tate reminded us why she has been firmly entrenched atop the women’s bantamweight class for a long time now.


What We Learned About Miesha Tate

She’s as game as anyone in the business.

That’s not news, as she’s made a career out of getting into wild brawls and rarely taking a backward step. Still, people sometimes look past what she does in the cage because she’s a pretty face and among the most recognizable athletes on the UFC roster.

For her to put in the dreadful first round that she did at UFC 183 and still hang around for the duration—and actually end up taking it to McMann by the time it was all said and doneit speaks to her athletic credentials.


What We Learned About Sara McMann

She has all the tools but may run out of time before she gets to put them together in MMA.

She’s one of the most talented wrestlersmale or femalein the UFC. She’s the most purely powerful athlete in the women’s bantamweight division and an encouraging work-in-progress in the stand-up game, but it just may not be enough.

She’s 34 years old with a lifetime of hard, high-level competition behind her, and she may not have the time left to work her way back to a second shot at Rousey. McMann is elite, but she could end up as a case study in “what might have been?” as opposed to the second Olympian to hold the women’s bantamweight title since its inception.


What’s Next for Tate

It’s either a rematch with Cat Zingano (should she lose to Rousey at UFC 184) or perhaps a matchup with Alexis Davis.

Nobody else makes sense for her as an opponent at the top of the division, and it’s too early for her to fight Rousey for a third time.


What’s Next for McMann

A fight with Jessica Eye would provide a stern test and flesh out where both parties are sitting in the division going forward.


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There are plenty of intriguing storylines at UFC 183, but they all pale in comparison to the return of Anderson Silva. 

Arguably the best MMA fighter of all time, “The Spider” has done it all: 33 wins, 20 by knockout, with most of those coming via jaw-dropping, spectacular fashion, 10 consecutive title defenses, nine UFC title fight finishes, countless other records and feats of pure transcendence. 

But now an entirely new hurdle stands in his way. 

Coming off a gruesome leg break suffered against Chris Weidman a little more than a year ago, the 39-year-old will have to prove himself both mentally and physically against Nick Diaz

Here’s a look at everything you need to know about UFC 183, as well as a prediction for the highly anticipated main event. 


Date: Saturday, Jan. 31, 2015

Time: UFC Fight Pass prelims at 7 p.m. ET; Fox Sports 1 prelims at 8 p.m. ET; PPV main card at 10 p.m. ET

Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada


Main Event Prediction

On the surface, Diaz doesn’t stand as a difficult test. The veteran hasn’t fought since March 2013, when he was dominated by Georges St-Pierre. 

But while he doesn’t possess huge knockout power, he does land 5.63 punches per minute, per FightMetric.com. A relentless slugger with a never-ending jab, he’s going to press Silva, forcing the Brazilian to fight. 

In October, St-Pierre discussed the difficulty in fighting Diaz, via Fox Sports’ Damon Martin:

He brings a different intensity that you’ve never seen before.  You feel like you’re claustrophobic and you lose a lot of energy because he’s constantly pushing you forward and it’s very hard to fight a guy like him. Especially in the later rounds. 

Hard to fight for a regular human being, maybe. But this is Anderson Silva we’re talking about. The Spider is one of the most talented, accurate and vicious strikers in the sport’s history. As long as he’s on top of his game, there’s no reason to believe he won’t be able to handle Diaz

That’s the question of the night, though. Will Silva be himself, both physically and mentally? 

It’s impossible to know for sure, but judging by the videos he’s been posting on Instagram, he is not only in fantastic physical shape but not afraid to go back to the leg kick: 

Diaz will serve as a good litmus test to see exactly where Silva stands. But this is a rare physical specimen, and even after the injury, you should expect the former middleweight champ to be ready to go. 

Silva puts on a vintage show, earning himself a title shot

Prediction: Silva via second-round TKO

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Call UFC 183 the “It’s About Time” card.

It’s about time the greatest MMA fighter in history jumps back into the Octagon. It’s about time the erratic, unpredictable personality of Nick Diaz does the same.

There are no straps on the line Saturday night. There doesn’t need to be, either—The Spider sells a card on his own. It doesn’t hurt that the co-main event features Tyron Woodley and Kelvin Gastelum or that Al Iaquinta and Joe Lauzon will get down to business in brutal fashion.

The card feels like a long time coming. Top to bottom, relevant fights that will rearrange the ladder in most divisions as well as end or jump-start career trajectories litter the card.

It makes for one unforgettable night as UFC goes head to head with football and other events.


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Bantamweight Showdown

Ronda Rousey awaits.

While a preliminary bout, few showdowns exude more importance than the encounter between Miesha Tate and Sara McMann.

McMann is hot on the comeback trail after a loss about a year ago to Rousey, thanks to a triumph over Lauren Murphy. Tate rests in front of her on the totem pole for the time being, thanks to her stringing consecutive wins together.

Try not to forget that these two have traded verbal spars since Tate notched a win last September:

While the call-out oozes respect, McMann surely understands it is now or never.

At 34 years old, the Gaffney, South Carolina, native still does not meet expectations. Thanks to a silver medal from the 2004 Olympics, most figured McMann would take UFC by storm with her wrestling prowess, but so far, no dice.

If McMann is going to flip the switch, it needs to be now, especially against Tate, who at times is very susceptible to takedowns.

Rousey defends her title again at UFC 184. After that, who knows? There is no promise Tate or McMann will be next in line, but a dominant performance from either might just do the trick.


It’s About Time

The clock is ticking. 

Both Silva and Diaz do not have all that long left

It is only natural, then, that legacy chatter rules the day when it comes to their showdown. Diaz is a loser of two in a row. After an extensive break, a win over Silva would do wonders as he fades from the spotlight. 

Everyone knows Silva’s story at this juncture. He danced his way to a loss against Chris Weidman and then shattered his leg off a check in the rematch.

Recovery complete, The Spider tells Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports he is all business this time around.

“I’m faster, stronger and happier. And UFC is giving me one more chance to show my job and what I can do inside the Octagon. I go to work. [I’m going] to show you, for my fans … my talent.”

Diaz is the definition of a wild card, though. The controversial fighter who was suspended then dropped by Georges St-Pierre must make a swift adaptation Saturday night as he jumps weight classes to dance with Silva.

The implications are obvious. Diaz is a win-by-flurry kind of fighter who will stand in and take it on the chin if it means he lands shots too. He’s predictable, and the chance he loses speed after weight gain is very real, although the last thing anyone should do is count him out.

For Silva, his usual approach should do the trick. It always has when he’s not showboating or suffering freak injuries. If the legend has one more shot at a title and subsequent run in him, he needs his hand raised Saturday.


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After more than a year away due to injury, Anderson Silva will make his highly anticipated return to the Octagon when he faces Nick Diaz at UFC 183 Saturday night, but MMA fans have plenty more to be excited about as well.

In addition to Silva and Diaz locking horns, 11 additional undercard bouts will take place on pay-per-view, Fox Sports 1 and UFC Fight Pass. Although there will be no titles on the line, every UFC 183 fight will be hugely important in terms of sorting out the contendership picture across multiple divisions.

Ahead of Saturday’s action-packed event, here is a full rundown of predictions for the biggest contests on the UFC 183 slate.


Anderson Silva vs. Nick Diaz

There is no doubt that Saturday night’s headliner is the middleweight clash between Silva and Diaz. With 59 career wins between them, they are two of the most accomplished fighters in recent memory. With both combatants riding two-fight losing streaks, though, some are questioning if they are on the decline.

Silva is 39 years of age and is coming off of a broken leg suffered against Chris Weidman. Nobody is certain how well he will rebound, but he is so confident that he is healed that he no longer desires to discuss the injury, according to Damon Martin of FoxSports.com.

“So, this is part of my life I won’t talk to any more because my leg’s good now,” Silva said. “I train hard now and everything is newer. I don’t talk any more on this because this is the past. Sorry.”

As for Diaz, he is only 31, but consecutive defeats at the hands of Carlos Condit and Georges St-Pierre have left him in flux. In addition to that, his erratic behavior leading up to Saturday’s fight could be a sign that he isn’t 100 percent up for the fight from a mental standpoint.

In addition to initially missing his flight to Las Vegas, Diaz decided against taking part in open workouts, per UFC on Twitter:

His behavior has been so flaky, in fact, that fellow UFC middleweight Tim Kennedy somewhat jokingly suggested that he would step up if Diaz doesn’t show up for the fight:

That shouldn’t be an issue since Diaz has been accounted for, but there is reason to wonder about his mental preparation for the fight.

Both fighters have question marks that they must overcome, and that is part of what makes this bout so intriguing. Picking a winner is extremely difficult, but there is something to be said about The Spider’s desire to bounce back from what could have been a career-ending injury.

Silva and Diaz will empty the tank and push each other to the limit; however, the Brazilian veteran will emerge victorious by decision in the end.


Tyron Woodley vs. Kelvin Gastelum

While Silva and Diaz will main event the UFC 183 card, a catchweight contest between Tyron Woodley and Kelvin Gastelum has a chance to steal the show.

The 23-year-old Gastelum is a perfect 10-0, but there is no question that Woodley represents his toughest competition to date. The 32-year-old T-Wood boasts a 14-3 record, with victories over big-name fighters such as Josh Koscheck and Condit.

Some extra intrigue has been added to the tilt as well since Gastelum didn’t make weight. In fact, he wasn’t even close, as he weighed in an incredible nine pounds over the agreed-upon limit, according to Mike Bohn of USA Today:

The bout will proceed as a catchweight fight, but it can be argued that Gastelum has a big advantage in terms of size and power. That may be true, but Woodley should have the edge in terms of quickness, especially with Gastelum ailing.

Per Ariel Helwani of MMAFighting.com, Gastelum became ill and was rushed to the hospital due to dehydration Friday:

According to Kevin Iole of Yahoo Sports, everything appeared to be in order concerning Gastelum‘s health after getting checked out:

With that said, the hospitalization had to take its toll on him to some degree. It may very well be something that Woodley can take advantage of, and he likely won’t hesitate to do precisely that.

Gastelum can’t possibly be 100 percent, and Woodley will prey on that by knocking his younger opponent out in the second round.


Miesha Tate vs. Sara McMann

In the preliminary card main event on Fox Sports 1, Miesha Tate and Sara McMann will go head to head in a women’s bantamweight fight as they both look to position themselves for another shot at Ronda Rousey.

Tate is the more experienced mixed martial artist, with a career record of 15-5, but McMann is a fighter on the rise at 8-1. As expected, Tate has been the much more vocal fighter during the lead-up to their meeting.

According to Martin, Tate has used her experience advantage to downplay McMann‘s ability to beat her in multiple ways.

When I see her fight, I see a lot of myself when I was less developed. Now I’m a little bit more well rounded, a little more seasoned to take a punch, to give a punch, I’m comfortable in the striking game now. I have a pretty well versed ground game. 

It’s interesting when I watch some of her footage and tapes and I’m like “I remember when I used to not be so comfortable on the feet.”  When somebody would hit me, I would be like “I have to wrestle, I better wrestle because I don’t think I can out strike them” and I see that in her a little bit.

While Tate acknowledged McMann‘s wrestling prowess, she may be underestimating it a bit too much. McMann was a freestyle wrestling silver medalist at the 2004 Olympic Games, and her excellence in that area has led her to a great deal of success.

Tate is riding a two-fight winning streak after losing three out of four, so she appears to be back on track. She hasn’t encountered anyone with the grappling excellence of McMann, though, which is why the 34-year-old former Olympian will persevere and win via decision.


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