UFC on Fox 11 Preview Show

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UFC on Fox 11 takes place on Saturday night from the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. The main event features two of the top three ranked heavyweights in the UFC as Fabricio Werdum battles Travis Browne. The co-feature has Miesha Tate battling Liz Carmouche in women’s bantamweight action.

To preview Saturday’s event, we talk to UFC on Fox analyst Brian Stann and Fighthype.com lead writer Percy Crawford.

Stann previews the card, if Travis Browne is the best heavyweight in the UFC not named Cain Velasquez, if this is the best Fox main card top to bottom and more.

Crawford also previews the card, the Jon Jones saga, does he think Gina Carano comes back to MMA, are the Diaz brothers right in their contract stance and more.

You can start watching UFC on Fox 11 starting at 3:30 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass, then at 5 ET on Fox Sports 1 and the main card starts at 8 ET on FOX.

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Brian Stann Explains If Travis Browne Is The Best Heavyweight In The UFC Not Named Cain Velasquez

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UFC on Fox 11 takes place on Saturday night from the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. The main event features two of the top three ranked heavyweights in the UFC as Fabricio Werdum battles Travis Browne. The co-feature has Miesha Tate battling Liz Carmouche in women’s bantamweight action.

We talked to UFC on Fox analyst Brian Stann earlier today. Stann previews the card, if Travis Browne is the best heavyweight in the UFC not named Cain Velasquez, if this is the best Fox main card top to bottom and more.

You can watch the main card for UFC on Fox 11 starting at 8 p.m. ET, the preliminary card on UFC Fight Pass starting at 3:30 p.m. ET and then moving to Fox Sports 1 starting at 5 p.m. ET.

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UFC Fight Night 38 Preview Show With Brian Stann

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UFC Fight Night 38 takes place tonight at Ginasio Nelio Dias in Natal, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. The main event features a rematch between Dan Henderson and Mauricio “Shogun” Rua. Their first fight took place at UFC 139 in November of 2011 with Henderson winning the fight by a very close unanimous decision. The fight has been deemed by some as the greatest fight in the history of the UFC.

We talk to UFC on Fox analyst Brian Stann, who will be calling tonight’s action alonside Jon Anik in Brazil. Stann helps us break down the main event, what sleeper fights to watch out for on the card and more.

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Chael Sonnen vs Wanderlei Silva Shifted From UFC 173 To Main Event May 31 Card In Brazil

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Fans that were looking forward to UFC 173′s co-main event fight between Chael Sonnen and Wanderlei Silva will have to wait a week later. The UFC has announced that they are moving the fight to main event a card to take place on May 31 in Brazil with a city and arena to be determined shortly. No reason was given to why the fight was moved.

Silva and Sonnen are currently the coaches for “The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3″, which is still shooting at this time and will air on UFC Fight Pass starting in March. Dana White stated two weeks ago that their was an incident between the two during filming that turned physical.

Silva last fought in March of 2013 in a fight of the year candidate when he knocked out Brian Stann on a show in Japan.

Sonnen’s last fight was at UFC 167 when he lost to Rashad Evans by first round stoppage.

The fight looks like it will be on one of the Fox Sports channels or UFC Fight Pass.

Updated:The fight will coincide with “The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 3 Finals” and will air on Fox Sports 1.

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Brian Stann Filling In For Joe Rogan To Do Commentary At UFC 163

It didn’t take Brian Stann long to find gigs outside of fighting.

It was announced last night on “UFC Tonight”, on Fuel TV that Brian Stann will be filling in for Joe Rogan to do color commentary alongside Mike Goldberg at UFC 163 next Saturday night.

UFC 163 will be taking place at the HSBC in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, with the card being headlined by UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo defending his title against Chan Sung Jung.

Brian Stann called it quits a few weeks back after his fight of the year candidate loss against Wanderlei Silva in March. It was also announced a few weeks back that Stann will apart of the Fox Sports South team commentating for the Atlantic Coast Conference during college football season.

Stann has been apart of the Fox Sports team since the UFC started on Fox in 2012 doing analysis for the UFC on Fox and Fuel shows whether it was a pre or post-fight show.

No reason was given as to why Rogan will not be able to commentate at UFC 163.

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