In the Cage – Silva’s Future, UFC on FS1 2, Invicta FC 6 Dale De Souza July 1, 2013 News Each day, The MMA Corner will provide a recap of results, event announcements, fight match-ups, and injuries/cancellations from throughout the world of MMA. Silva to receive post-UFC 162 superfight or possible title rematch Anderson Silva’s next move will count on the result of his UFC 162 bout with Chris Weidman. Should he hand Weidman the first loss of the Serra-Longo prospect’s career, a superfight may await Silva, depending on the result of Jon Jones’ UFC 165 title defense against top title contender Alexander Gustafsson. With a loss to Weidman, however, Silva will see an immediate rematch against Weidman. Source: MMA Junkie Samman replaces Ring, meets Hall at UFC on FS1: Boston UFC on Fox Sports 1 will go on as planned, but an injury will prevent Nick Ring from coming off of his UFC 158 loss to Chris Camozzi to face Uriah Hall, who dominated The Ultimate 17’s middleweight ranks, only to fall to eventual winner Kelvin Gastelum. Nonetheless, Hall will see action against Josh Samman, whose time on TUF 17 ended with a first-round submission loss to Gastelum. Despite the loss, however, Samman would face Kevin Casey at the show’s finale and score a second-round TKO win. Source: Sherdog DirecTV to carry Invicta FC 6 Invicta FC 6 emanates on July 13 and plans to make a successful debut on traditional pay-per-view instead of internet pay-per-view. Invicta FC president Shannon Knapp announced Monday that DirecTV would in fact add their name to the list of cable providers that would carry the event, though the provider would need a couple of days to update their listings to reflect the change. An Invicta featherweight title bout between Cristian “Cyborg” Justino and Marloes Coenen will headline this action-packed event. Source: Bloody Elbow Velasquez-Dos Santos III set for UFC 166 on Oct. 19 UFC heavyweight Cain Velasquez and former champion Junior Dos Santos will dance for the third time at UFC 166 in Houston, TX on Oct. 19. Dos Santos won the title from Velasquez at UFC on Fox 1 in 2011, successfully defended it at UFC 146 last May, and then lost the title back to Velasquez at UFC 155 last December. Dos Santos earned his shot at Velasquez with a third-round finish of Mark Hunt, while Velasquez defeated Antonio Silva in the first defense of his title. Source: MMA Weekly Guelmino-Omielanczuk aimed for UFC 165, Bowling-Trujillo meet at UFC on FS1: Indy Nandor Guelmino lost an opponent in undefeated Derrick Lewis, but 15-3 Daniel Omielanczuk already appeared linked to a UFC 165 date in Toronto with Guelmino. Guelmino vs. Lewis held a spot on the UFC on Fox Sports 1 card on Aug. 28 in Indianapolis, but now a lightweight battle will commence on the card with Roger Bowling vs. Abel Trujillo. While Bowling looks to rebound from a loss to Anthony Njokuani, Trujillo looks to rebound from his UFC 160 loss to Khabib Nurmagomedov. Source: MMA Nytt/MMA Junkie Photo: Anderson “The Spider” Silva (Marcelo Alonso/Sherdog) locksmith bayonne nj I’m now not sure where you’re getting your info, but good topic. I needs to spend a while learning more or understanding more. Thanks for magnificent information I was in search of this information for my mission.