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UFC champ Chris Weidman saves 94-year-old neighbor who fell and hit her head

DIX HILLS, N.Y. (PIX11) – UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman is being lauded a hero after saving his 94-year-old neighbor who had fallen and badly injured her head. 236 more words

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All-American Hero UFC Champ Cris Weidman Saves Elderly Neighbor

UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman isn’t only an “All-American” hero in the cage, he’s also one in his everyday life.

According to Weidman’s wife, her hubby noticed their 92-year-old neighbor in peril and immediately reacted. 196 more words


How Many Athletes Would Do This?

Chris Weidman, former NCAA Wrestler at Hofstra and current UFC Middleweight Champion helps an elderly woman. I don’t like making heroes out of professional or amateur athletes however this story is an example of  an athlete doing something pretty dam good. 9 more words


UFC champion Chris Weidman helps 92-year-old neighbor in trouble (updated)

An elderly woman owes UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman a debt of gratitude after the fighter found her bleeding in his Garden City, N.Y., neighborhood and summoned help. 440 more words


UFC: Early Questions about Anderson Silva's Return to the Octagon

Is Anderson Silva making the right decision by opting to return to the Octagon early next year?

Last December, the former middleweight champion and UFC legend lay in the cage, clutching his broken leg, screaming in agony. 727 more words

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What UFC championship is most likely to change hands in the next year?

What UFC Belts will be changing hands next?

I’ve got Aldo losing to Mendes and Jones losing to Cormier. I see Pettis and Weidman keeping their titles.


Anderson Silva doesn’t rule out trilogy with Weidman

October 10, 2014

Remember when Anderson Silva said he wouldn’t fight Chris Weidman again? Four months later, “The Spider” changed his mind.

The former UFC middleweight champion, who is scheduled to make his return to the Octagon against Nick Diaz on Jan. 332 more words