Luke Rockhold may have been the underdog in this fight but unless you are as powerful as Vitor Belfort there’s not a lot of middleweight that can beat this guy. Even a Lyoto Machida only lasted 2 rounds against this tough dude. Rockhold delivered a stunner to the world as he left Weidman bloody to the canvas in the 4th round of their fight. 

I, for one, was a believer because he was as good as Chris in every aspect of the game but i think he is more well rounded and packs a heavier punch than Weidman.

I am sure that Rockhold would want to avenge his loss against Belfort but we will see if UFC will give that shot or give Weidman a rematch. Rockhold is not invisible by any means but you really have to deliver a solid blow to put this guy down. 

Congrats Champ! 

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The Price of pain.

So you wanna be a Fighter? lets see how much does it pay. The recently concluded UFC 187 garnered a huge success and big income too. When Chris Weidman beat the brazillian Vitor Belfort he retained his title as well as a wopping $500,000 for his first round victory. Despite the loss, Rumble Jhonson took home $500,000 same as Weidman and Daniel Cormier at $180,000. A complete list of the UFC 187 salaries can be seen below. As always, these figures do not represent a fighter’s total earnings, as sponsorship money, pay-per-view income, and discretionary post-fight bonuses are not publicly disclosed.

Main Card (Pay-per-view)
Daniel Cormier ($90,000 + $90,000 = $180,000) def. Anthony Johnson ($500,000)
Chris Weidman ($250,000 + $250,000 = $500,000) def. Vitor Belfort ($300,000)
Donald Cerrone ($76,000 + $76,000 = $152,000) def. John Makdessi ($30,000)
Andrei Arlovski ($42,000 + $42,000 = $84,000) def. Travis Browne ($60,000)
Joseph Benavidez ($53,000 + $53,000 = $106,000) def. John Moraga ($28,000)

Preliminary Card (FOX Sports 1)
John Dodson ($20,000 + $20,000 = $40,000) def. Zach Makovsky ($19,000)
Dong Hyun Kim ($58,000 + $58,000 = $116,000) def. Josh Burkman ($45,000)
Rafael Natal ($35,000 + $35,000 = $70,000) def. Uriah Hall ($14,000)
Colby Covington ($12,000 + $12,000 = $24,000) def. Mike Pyle ($51,000)

Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Islam Makhachev ($10,000 + $10,000 = $20,000) def. Leo Kuntz ($10,000)
Justin Scoggins ($15,000 + $15,000 = $30,000) def. Josh Sampo ($13,000)

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And the crowd goes wild UFC 187

And the crowd goes wild UFC 187
Yesterday was a day full of surprises and shock as the UFC 187 announced the winners. Chris Weidman retains his titles after supressing a punch combo from Vitor Belfort on the first round, but with a excellent timed tackle oldschool ground and pound finished of Vitor with a TKO victory.
With the Travis Browne fight vs. Andrei Arlovski it was a grudge match a fight to the teeth heavy swings all around as Andrei survive a devastating hook from Browne after retaliating heavy swings of his own putting Browne to the mat.
Daniel Cormier was able to snatch a win against Rumble Jhonson for the title. Cormier was able to outwrestle and outstruck Rumble earning a third-round submission victory to claim the vacant UFC light heavyweight title. As the post fight interview DC has a message of his own to saying.”I have a message for one man, Jon Jones,” Cormier (16-1) said. “Get your s— together, I’m waiting for you.”
Cormier left the cage after issuing his challenge.
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Chris Weidman Proved @ UFC 187 why he is still the best 185 pound!

Chris Weidman proved all doubters wrong once again as he pounded his way to victory in the first round @ ufc 187. 

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Weidman improved to 13-0 and has defended his belt for the third time now. (Anderson, Machida, and now Belfort)