HomeFight Shows Dana White Reflects On UFC 168 And Talks About Fight Results Bruno December 29, 2013 Fight Shows 17 Comments Dana White Reflects On UFC 168 And Talks About Fight Results. Dana White discusses Anderson Silva’s injury, Chris Weidman’s performance and what’s next for Ronda Rousey. Tweet Pin It Tags:UFC 168 Roy Jones Jr. Asks Dana White For A Boxing Match With Nick Diaz Anderson Silva Gets A Free Ride At UFC 168 Video 17 Comments Dan Blankenship December 29, 2013 Browne should go straight to a fight with Valasquez!!! Log in to Reply Dan Blankenship December 29, 2013 Rousey is the best of the best! I don’t see her ever tapping out in a fight! Too strong! Log in to Reply wcoastassassin December 29, 2013 I just hope Anderson is ok. We love some fighters, we hate some but to get hurt like that trying to entertain us, you don’t want to see that happen to anyone. Log in to Reply jasonfn22 December 29, 2013 Anderson silva is the greatest fighter to ever live…………… except for Chris Weidman Log in to Reply yoyo December 29, 2013 rhonda has no punching power and her cardio looked awful. Holly Holmes would knock her out. Log in to Reply justafan December 29, 2013 She was a Bronze medalist in the Olympics, Great! Where is the Silver, Gold Medalist that beat her and why are they not in other peoples camps, training the other fighter against her????? Stupid if you are a coach????? just saying!!!! Log in to Reply Gphilos December 29, 2013 Thank you bruno first for hosting such a great site. Dana white trying to guilt people into fights “owing the UFC” thier livelihood but doesn’t seem to show any guilt if something like this happens.. Gsp is probably thinking he made the right decision. Anderson thank you for elevating the sport and for actually giving the effort it would take to break your leg. Closer than most athletes who claim to give 110%. Bushido hespect “bows with gratitude” Good job Weidman, classic leg check. Bruno: No problem. Thanks for showing up. Log in to Reply ibunn December 29, 2013 I blame steven segal! He showed Anderson that kick Log in to Reply FailSonnen December 29, 2013 @Justafan: Actually Miesha Tate did bring in an Olympic GOLD medalist Judoka by the name of Lucie Décosse to train with her since the summer. Décosse started judo at age 6, and won the European championships at 21. She has won three world championships and was a silver meadlist at the 2008 Olympic Games. Decosse is currently ranked #1 in her division. Many consider her the best judoka to come out of France. But even that is probably not enough time to excel in conquering Ronda’s Judo game who has been training in it her whole life.. She should have stayed away from the clinch and pick her apart with strikes Log in to Reply kops December 29, 2013 bruno r u going 2 post the post fight press conf ?? Bruno: UFC 168 Post Fight Press Conference Video Log in to Reply shocktime December 29, 2013 Anderson is old for this sport, but 38 is VERY VERY young in terms of the rest of your life. He has young kids. I just hope this injury doesn’t cause life long lingering problems/pain. He’s a good man and doesn’t deserve that. Log in to Reply Freaklegion December 29, 2013 You don’t need a gold and silver olympic medalist to train against Ronda. You’re not going to train to be a better judo player than her, you just need a really good one, and train to stay out of those situations, etc. Log in to Reply gphilos December 30, 2013 wong last ting, yes I just said wong on purpoise. The ufc should offer Anderson a pension or at the very least any left leg related medical attention anderson needs from now to life’s end should be covered by the ufc insurance. But I clearly understand that is not how the Health Industry works in Amurica just as in the Football (head trauma pension debate) so sorry Anderson, I guess you made enough to take care of yourself.. you very well knew what you were getting into. Log in to Reply judomaster December 30, 2013 you can’t expect to learn judo in a month or in a year. You have to train judo from young age along. It’s not just about throws, it’s a lot about a body control, stability and orientation ond the ground. You can only learn some basic defence, but the bst would be just to stay on distance. Log in to Reply MONTE December 30, 2013 The whole “first checked kick cracked it and second one made it snap” line is BS! Watch the fight again. The checked kick is his right leg, the broken one is his left. Uh yeah.. Log in to Reply paddedummy January 1, 2014 4 real, only a retard would feel his tibia fracture and then through the same kick as hard as he could a second time! DW = total a$$hat! Log in to Reply paddedummy January 1, 2014 *throw Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.