The term ‘super fight’ gets thrown around a lot in the sport of mixed martial arts. All too often, unfortunately, the outcome of these billings is anything but super – at least in terms of hype matching overall return.
There is one fight out there that fans have been clamoring for the last year and it may be the only fight a major organization can put together that is worthy of the super-fight moniker. And half of the ‘last great super fight’ tandem fanned the flames this weekend at UFC 184 when he addressed his future.
"I don't know when I'm going to move up in weight,” said UFC light heavyweight champion at Saturday’s UFC 184 Welcome to the Show press event in Los Angeles. “I've entertained the thought of going to heavyweight so many times…”
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