Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva: I’d love to send Brock Lesnar back to Pro Wrestling

Just a month after securing the biggest victory of his professional career, defeating “The Last Emperor” Fedor Emelianenko via TKO in February, it appears Strikeforce Heavyweight contender Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva already has his sites set on another big name opponent. Though its not the first time the Brazilian has expressed a distaste for the former WWE superstar, the potential for a future UFC/Strikeforce merger makes the idea of crossing promotional boundaries seem far less unrealistic to fans and…

BlogKick: Do you remember your first time?

I actually remember it like it was yesterday. Let me take you in a trip in my time machine, back to the year 1994. I was young and naive, didn’t know too much the world yet. Growing up as a young kid in Vancouver, Britsh Columbia, Canada at the time I was a big Martial Arts movie buff. I loved watching movies with Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Jean Claude Van-Damme, Steven Seagal just to name a few. I loved playing Street Fighter II and Mortal Kombat on my Sega Genesis (or Megadrive for you people not from North

TUF Future and Brock Lesnar

Weeks back Mr Dana White mention the idea of Having Brock Lesnar and Frank Mir as coaches of the next season of TUF. But right after that there was news about Mir fighting Brendan Schaub, making the TUF idea almost impossible.That and also the fact that Brock turn it down, but according to Meltzer Lesnar would like to make a good paycheck by headlining WrestleMania, The Undertaker already made his move right after Cain Velasquez defeat him at UFC 121.
The idea that Spike got is to make Lesnar a TUF coach