UFC Light Heavyweight Stephan Bonnar is no stranger to the limelight, having been one half of the fight versus Forrest Griffin that put modern MMA on the map in 2005. However, his next battle will be in the limelight of an entirely different sort. There, he will fight Anderson Silva at 205 lbs., in the long-standing Middleweight champion’s home country of Brazil. While absolutely no one is giving Bonnar a fair shake to win this fight, he insists that it is this exact reason why he is extremely excited for
If you’re an MMA fan who’s been alive and on the internet these past few weeks, you’d have been witness to the ever changing landscape that is the UFC, which continues to provide us with enough drama to make Desperate House Wives look like a poetry reading. Dana White hit the nail on the head and said it best when he stated that life itself is exciting enough, and that he couldn’t possibly write a better script to make this business more interesting.
With that said, after a two week
(“ERMAHGERD. WERST GERMBLING ERDS ERVER”) Since the Anderson Silva vs. Stephan Bonnar replacement main event at UFC 153 was announced, I’ve been waiting…
Breaking news comes tonight as UFC Middleweight champion Anderson Silva is willing to step up and save an event for his company by facing Stephan Bonnar in the main event at UFC 153. After yesterday’s news came that both Featherweight champ and Light Heavyweight Quinton Jackson would be unable to fight due to injury, 145 lb. title challenger Frankie Edgar was ultimately pulled off the card altogether. Rumors swirled earlier today that perhaps Chael Sonnen would face Wanderlei Silva in the event’s main
Stephan “The American Psycho” Bonnar (14-7) spoke with MMA H.E.A.T.’s Karyn Bryant, backstage at UFC 146. Bonnar talks about his training with Carlson Gracie, Sr. and future opponents he would like to face before his official retirement.Bonnar said: “I feel I have a few of years left in me and would like to go out in a blaze of glory and fight the guys I really want to fight: Nogueira, Forrest, and a Rampage fight. He’ll be on the shelf for about 9 months and I would like to be his last fight. He always
(Best frenemies forever.) Through the majority of their parallel UFC careers, Stephan Bonnar has played second-banana to Forrest Griffin. The relationship…
In a must win fight for both competitors, the pair enter the cage looking as intense as the other. For the Original Ultimate Fighter finalist, Bonnar is coming off a barn burner win over Krzysztof Soszynski at UFC 116, while Pokrajac looks to continue the momentum following his win over James Irvin. With both having very mixed records, a win is a must for each heading into their TUF 12 Finale bout.
Pokrajac comes out swinging hard as Bonnar remains composed, and secures a takedown early. Taking his
UFC fighters Frank Mir, Stephan Bonnar and Forrest Griffin test their skills against attack dogs at the 20th Annual Las Vegas Police K-9 Trials.
Bonnar was appealing to the Combat sports authority of New South Wales to have his TKO loss against Soszynski overturned as it was due to a cut from an illegal blow.
Former UFC light heavyweight and Hall of Fame inductee, Stephen Bonnar has revealed the reasoning surrounding the emergence…