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FRANK MIR RUMORS & GOSSIP

UFC Fight Night Porto Alegre Highlight: Frank Mir slays ‘Bigfoot’

Watching it live it almost looked fixed. Frank Mir hits the 6 ft 4 in giant Antonio ‘Bigfoot’ Silva with a little jab and he drops like a sack of potatoes. Mir follows it up with some more lefts hands and right elbows and Silva is out; referee Mario Yamaskai is forced to wave off the contest. Then we saw the replay. Mir’s stand up game has never been his strong suit. During...
Via Fight Booth
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Mir KO’s Antonio ‘Bigfoot’ Silva at UFC Fight Night 61 (Video Highlights)

Having dropped four straight scraps, former heavyweight champion Frank Mir (pictured) was fighting for his UFC life Sunday against Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva. Mir came out calm, cool and collected. Oh, and he also came out firing. Mir proved that once again, speed kills. He dropped the Brazilian with a left and proceeded to give him the business on the mat. Silva is now 0-3-1...
Via 5thRound.com
9 days ago  |  Discuss

UFC Fight Night Results: Frank Mir Downs Antonio Silva In Knockout

Frank Mir is back and better than ever. After four consecutive losses, the two-time UFC heavyweight champion bounced back in a big way by knocking out Antonio Silva just 100 seconds into Sunday’s UFC Fight Night main event in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Prior to Sunday, Mir hadn’t won since December 2011. “This is me,” Mir said, via UFC.com. “I took time off, I rested. I’m...
Via NESN.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Mir knocks Antonio Silva out in first, earns first win in years

Frank Mir made quick of his first opponent in over a year on Sunday night. The former two-time UFC heavyweight champion knocked Antonio "Bigfoot" Silva out in the first round of their Fight Night main event in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Mir became the ninth underdog fighter on Sunday's UFC event to pull out an unexpected win. Mir's return to the win column was truly a beating-the-odds...
Via Fox Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Frank Mir Knocks Out Antonio Silva in First Round at UFC Fight Night 61 in Brazil

Antonio Silva was hoping to get back on the right side of the win column at UFC Fight Night 61 in Brazil. Bigfoot's last win came over two years ago at UFC 156 when he knocked out Alistair Overeem. It was not going to come easy against a tough opponent like Frank Mir though.As luck would have it, he is going to have to wait till his next fight to win since Mir was able to score a...
Via FatManWriting
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Mir KO’s Antonio Silva In Under 2 Minutes At UFC Fight Night 61

Former heavyweight champion Frank Mir proved he’s still a threat tonight in the main event of UFC Fight Night 61 with a knockout victory against Antonio Silva in under two minutes. Round One: The main event of the evening is underway. The two cautiously moving around each other with Mir occasionally pawing out with the jab. Mir lets go with a combination that backs up Silva...
Via Fight Of The Night
10 days ago  |  Discuss

‘UFC Fight Night: Bigfoot vs. Mir’ Complete Betting Odds

There isn’t much hoopla surrounding today’s UFC Fight Night 61 card in Brazil, so why don’t we look at a way of making it far more interesting? Former UFC heavyweight champ Frank Mir (pictured) is nearly a 2-1 underdog against Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva in the show’s featured attraction. Silva, meanwhile, is almost a 2.5-1 odds-on favorite to hand Mir his fifth straight...
Via 5thRound.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Mir On His Recent Losses, Taking A Break From MMA & UFC Fight Night 61

Former UFC Heavyweight Champion Frank Mir recently spoke with UFC.com about his upcoming fight with Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva at UFC Fight Night 61. There are some gems in this piece. Check out the highlights down below.
Via The Camel Clutch Blog
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Antonio ‘Bigfoot’ Silva Favored Over Frank Mir at UFC Fight Night 61

Frank Mir (pictured) has said his future in fighting won’t be determined by wins and losses, but by performances. Unfortunately for the former heavyweight champion, the UFC cares deeply about victories and defeats. Mir is in the midst of a four-fight losing skid, and it might quickly become five. Mir is nearly a 2-1 underdog this Sunday against Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva. Silva...
Via 5thRound.com
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Frank Mir Scouting Report

Frank Mir Scouting Report Vitals 6’3″ 256.5 lbs (Heavyweight) 79″ reach, Southpaw May 24, 1979 Record 16-9 (UFC: 14-9) Current Streak 4 straight losses Training Black belt in Kenpo Karate Black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Nevada State Wrestling Champion: 1998 Pan American Jiu-Jitsu Championships Blue Belt Champion: 2001 North American Grappling Association Absolute Division...
Via MMA Manifesto
16 days ago  |  Discuss
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