UFC star Anderson Silva called upon the expertise of the world’s foremost authority on fake fighting, Steven Seagal, to train for his fight last Saturday night again Chael Sonnen.
(I call this hold “4am in Filipinotown”)
During that training, Seagal said at the time of Silva-opponent Sonnen, “I believe that this will not be one of his more difficult fights.”
(Ted Leonsis summer clothing line: Right off the rack)
Let’s now find out how that worked out for Silva from MMA writer Steve Cofield of Yahoo Sports:
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Despite the occasional craziness from chief Dana White, WWE-style bluster from Brock Lesnar, or morning TV sexytime from Tito Ortiz, UFC is still the serious big kid on the block when it comes to mixed martial arts. Fedor Emelianenko might be heading to Strikeforce, but in general when the best fighters on Earth get down to business, they do it in the Octagon.
Last night’s UFC 101 event was no exception, as the two main co-event victors Anderson Silva and B.J. Penn cemented themselves as two of MMA’s best fighters, both in surprisingly efficient - but quite different - fashion.
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On October 25, Patrick “The Predator” Cote will be challenging Anderson Silva for the UFC middleweight championship. So, how has the Canadian Cote been training for his upcoming bout? With a little backyard brawling.
Steve Cofield of YAHOO’s MMA EXPERT BLOG alerts us to a fascinating photo essay over at CAGE POTATO featuring the Predator practicing his pummeling on some pals.
Unfortunately, as part of the photo album, we also get to witness Cote & a friend furnishing some fun by flashing their fannies. Photo of Patrick’s near-bare posterior is after the jump - if you dare.