Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira took to the cage last night at UFC 134 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to fend off Father Time when he fought Brendan Schaub. And that's exactly what he did, knocking out "The Hybrid" in the very first round. Find out how he did it here.
Not that it had anything to do with his loss to Mauricio Rua last night (Aug. 27, 2011) at UFC 134, but Forrest Griffin had to be rushed home to Las Vegas shortly after the conclusion of the event so he could be with his wife, who was giving birth to their child.
How does the young lion Brendan Schaub stack up against the old dog Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira for their fight at UFC 134 on Aug. 27 in Brazil? Complete breakdown of the bout can be found right here.
What's at stake for Anderson Silva and Yushin Okami when the two square off at UFC 134 on Aug. 27 in Rio de Janiero, Brazil? MMAmania.com head cheese Tom Myers breaks it down right here.
How do Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva and top contender Yushin Okami stack up against each other in advance of their UFC 134 main event showdown on Aug. 27 in Brazil? Check out a complete breakdown of the fight right here.
UFC 134: "Silva vs. Okami" will feature a live "Prelims" special airing on Spike TV. In addition to that, the UFC today announced they will offer a free viewing in Times Square's Little Brazil. The broadcast will be screened on the digital sign above the Doubletree Hotel on the East side of Duffy Square's red steps on 47th Street and 7th Avenue on Sat., Aug. 27 at 8 p.m. ET.
What's at stake for Forrest Griffin and Mauricio "Shogun" Rua when the two square off at UFC 134 on Aug. 27 in Rio de Janiero, Brazil? Find out right here.
The UFC finally heads back to Brazil this Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, for UFC 134: "Silva vs. Okami" in Rio de Janiero. Take a look back at where mixed martial arts originated right here.
Those of you hoping to watch the upcoming Dan Miller vs. Rousimar Palhares fight at UFC 134 on your television instead of your computer are in luck. That's because the middleweight bout has been bumped up to the Spike TV broadcasted portion of the preliminary card on Aug. 27 from Rio de Janiero, Brazil, according to MMA Weekly. Sound good?