WATCH: UFC 210 - Anthony Johnson lets his hands do the talking

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Anthony “Rumble” Johnson has always been known for his powerful hands that can deliver a knockout blow to just about anyone. He’s been on a knockout streak recently, ahead of his rematch against Daniel Cormier.

If Johnson is to avenge his 2015 defeat to Cormier, it’ll probably go down the same way his recent fights have – Johnson unleashing some terrifying blows to knock Cormier down.

Cormier survived an early onslaught in the first fight between these two, so Johnson may just come out swinging harder than ever to make sure that doesn’t happen again.

Will he get the better of Cormier at UFC 210?

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WATCH: UFC Soundwaves with Conor McGregor

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While they say seeing is believing, in the case of the UFC, what you see out on the mat is only half the story.

The rest of the story is picked up on the microphone, and now the UFC is dedicating a show to the soundtrack of its sport.

First up is the notorious Conor McGregor, with all the best moments from the fighter and his corner picked up on the mic.

UFC Soundwaves kicks off on Wednesday, offering fans a chance to listen to the sport like never before.
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Bisping is refusing to play a waiting game for GSP

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Michael Bisping.

The Bisping-St-Pierre bout was announced earlier this month by UFC president Dana White, albeit with no confirmation of date or venue. Having said July 8 was the date he had discussed with White, Bisping, during a recent episode on his podcast, indicated that St-Pierre would not be ready.

St-Pierre, who was tempted out of retirement by the prospect of a lucrative clash with the Mancunian, reportedly wants the match-up to take place in September, but Bisping has made it clear he will not wait around if negotiations stall.

“Long story short, it looks like GSP is trying to push for a later date,” the Englishman said.

“I heard that they wanted September/October and that’s what the UFC told me as well. If he wants to wait until September or October, then he can go find himself another opponent, buddy. Because I call the shots. It’s my belt. I’m the champion and I’m not willing to sit around until September or October.

“July 8, Las Vegas, International Fight Week is the date and the event that we are targeting.

“But Dana wouldn’t confirm the date at the press conference. But then I saw Dana a couple of weeks later and Dana said, ‘Yeah we’re still hoping for July 8 ‘.

“This fight was discussed in January. Fighting in September or October is ridiculous. July 8 is the date. I will be a bit flexible and go past that a little bit, but I want to fight at International Fight Week.”

Romero earned a title shot following a third-round knockout of Chris Weidman at UFC 205 last November, only for the mixed martial arts promotion to bypass him in favour of St-Pierre, who has never fought at middleweight, but is UFC’s longest-reigning welterweight champion having defended the belt nine times from 2008-2013.

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