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UFC 163 Live Stream I won my fight, thank God. That’s why I sort of vanished after the fight. I had to have surgery on the right knee.” Leites (20-4 MMA, 5-3 UFC) got the knee fixed a year ago and returned to Pederneiras’ Nova Uniao gym in January. Despite his layoff, he felt confident that he would someday get a call from the UFC, and sure enough, he was invited to return to fight Tom Watson (16-5 MMA, 1-1 UFC) at UFC 163, which

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takes place Saturday UFC 163 Live Streaming at HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro. At the UFC 163 press conference and open workouts, UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo, Chan Sung Jung, Lyoto Machida, Phil Davis, Cezar Ferreira, Thiago Santos, John Lineker, and Jose Maria answered questions from the media and put on a show for the fans at Circo Voador in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Thursday, August 1, 2013.Onetime UFC middleweight challenger Thales Leites was in the midst of a comeback after being released from the promotion in 2009. In three years, he’d amassed a 6-1 record and beaten a list of UFC vets that included Dean Lister, Jesse Taylor and Jeremy Horn. A loss to Matt Horwich in 2010 was avenged two years later. But it was that March 2012 fight in Brazil that forced him to take a step back from the sport and get his house in order.

UFC 163 Live Stream "Before I fought Horwich the second time, I was recovering from surgery on my left knee," Leites told. "Then I tore the ACL on my right knee, my good knee. That happened 15 days before the rematch. "I told my coach, Andre Pederneiras, that I still wished to fight despite the injury. I spoke to my doctor, and we worked on my muscle strength. They fight on the pay-per-view main card. Prior to a two-fight skid during his first UFC stint, Leites was considered one of the world’s top middleweights after he boasted five straight wins. However, a lackluster decision loss at UFC 97 to now ex-champ Anderson Silva sent his stock plummeting, but his performance on the regional circuit justified a second chance. "We had been negotiating for some time," Leites said. "We were just waiting for the opportunity. And now it’s here, in the best way possible. I’m fighting at home in Rio, in the UFC, on the same card where my teammate Jose Aldo will defend his belt."

In Saturday’s pay-per-view headliner, featherweight champ Aldo faces Chan Sung Jung, who replaced an injured Anthony Pettis. Leites was there when his Nova Uniao teammate Aldo sent a hometown crowd into a frenzy by knocking out Chad Mendes at UFC 142. He wants to make his return one to remember. “Without a doubt, every Brazilian fighter will be able to feed from the crowd’s positive energy,” he said. “That can’t be avoided. You can feel that energy even from the stands. Your hair stands on end. It keeps the fighter moving forward.” In any event, U.K. native Watson isn’t exactly known for playing it safe. In February, he battered Stanislav Nedkov to earn his first UFC win. Eight of his victories come via knockout. “Several factors will define this fight: standup exchanges, in which I might surprise a lot of people, and wrestling, where we’ll decide if the fight will remain on the feet or go to the ground,” he said. “We should also consider physical and mental preparation. I am confident in my victory. I don’t feel this fight will go to the judges. It will end by KO or submission.” For more on UFC 163, stay tuned to the UFC Rumors section of the site. (UFC) today (Aug. 1, 2013) held its traditional pre-fight press conference in advance of this weekend’s UFC 163: “Aldo vs. Korean Zombie” pay-per-view (PPV) event, which is scheduled to take place this Saturday night (Aug. 3) at the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Lost in the hubbub of a stacked Bellator card, Ronda Rousey telling off a fan, and a clash of two former UFC champions in Bellator is UFC 163, headed by UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo’s bout with Chan Sung Jung. But it’s not too late to check out the main card and make your picks for the fights.

Jose Aldo vs. Chan Sung Jung - for featherweight title
Phil Davis vs. Lyoto Machida
Cezar Ferreira vs. Thiago “Marreta” Santos
Thales Leites vs. Tom Watson
John Lineker vs. Jose Maria

Text 2 Aug BrazilHSBC UFC 163 Live Stream : Aldo vs. Korean Zombie Watch Online Free

UFC 163 Live Stream when they show actual interest in leaving their division. Jose Aldo has spoken about moving up to lightweight in the past, but it has typically come in response to a question he was asked. I think he has a lot of work to do at featherweight. The analysis team for the UFC on Fuel TV and Fox broadcasts have been providing the most in-depth coverage mixed

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For the next installment of “Dropping Knowledge,” UFC heavyweight contender and Fuel TV analyst Daniel Cormier digs deeper into this weekend’s UFC 163 fight card and provides insight on the key factors the competitors will face when they step inside the Octagon in Rio de Janeiro.

The former Olympian is one of the fastest rising stars in MMA. Over the past four years, the 34-year-old Louisiana native has gone from prospect to title contender, as he’s amassed an impressive 12-0 record to begin his career. During this run, “D.C.” has built a solid resume which has included winning the highly touted Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix and a lopsided unanimous decision victory over former champion Frank Mir in his organizational debut at UFC on Fox back in April.

In addition to Cormier’s success inside the cage, he has quickly established himself as one of the top analysts in mixed martial arts as well. The former Oklahoma State wrestling standout uses a cerebral approach when breaking down the action, and his years of experience in combat sports makes the information he shares easily digested with the MMA fanbase.Daniel Cormier:”In this fight, Jose Aldo needs to be himself. His skills are very diverse. He can mix it up and there isn’t much he can’t do inside the cage. The biggest difference in this matchup is athletic ability. Aldo is extremely powerful and very quick, and he needs to use those skills against Jung. He is considered one of the pound-for-pound best for a reason, and he is truly one of those rare fighters who have special skills.

UFC 163 Live Stream "That being said, those things tie in to what the ‘Korean Zombie’ has to do in this fight. He needs to make this fight ugly like he did in his last fight against Dustin Poirier. When Jung dictates the action, that is when he is at his best. He stays in his opponent’s face, keeps the pressure up and never allows them to get going. He always comes forward, keeps the leather on his opponent, and that is what he has to do in this fight against Aldo."D.C.: "The issue which is bigger than the actual lay-off is where he is fighting. Not only is he facing one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world, but he is doing it in Brazil, where non-Brazilians have had a very difficult time winning fights. I’m not sure what the exact numbers are, but it is astounding how well Brazilian fighters have done competing in their home country.

"Jung is a veteran, and most times experienced fighters can overcome ‘ring rust’ once the action gets underway. I believe having to face Aldo in Brazil is going to be the biggest variable he has to deal with. A few guys like Phil Davis, Nik Lentz and Jon Fitch have been able to go down there and win big fights, but they are definitely on the short side when you look at the numbers."D.C.: "I definitely think he should stay at featherweight. I only think a champion should leave his division once his weight class is cleaned out and when they show actual interest in leaving their division. Jose Aldo has spoken about moving up to lightweight in the past, but it has typically come in response to a question he was asked. I think he has a lot of work to do at featherweight. There are some good challenges waiting for him in that weight class.

"Ricardo Lamas is on a crazy roll. Frankie Edgar just won his last fight and looked great doing it. Cub Swanson has looked fantastic as of late. There is a lot of work for Aldo to do, but when you get a guy who is as special as Aldo is, he makes it seem as if he’s levels above the other good fighters in the division. Lamas, Edgar and Swanson are all great fighters, but Aldo makes it seems like they are not as good as he is.

UFC 163 Live Streaming  "Another interesting thing about a fighter as unique as Aldo is that you start to envision him fighting certain opponents and trying to figure out who can actually test him and who might have a chance at beating him. You kind of give him obstacles. The only thing going up to 155 pounds would do is put him at a size disadvantage, so you think maybe that would make a difference. But you don’t know if that is going to be true. He’s fighting guys his size right now and has looked so dominant we try to give him hypothetical obstacles."

D.C.: “I definitely think he should stay at featherweight. I only think a champion should leave his division once his weight class is cleaned out and  There are some good challenges waiting for him in that weight class.

"Ricardo Lamas is on a crazy roll. Frankie Edgar just won his last fight and looked great doing it. Cub Swanson has looked fantastic as of late. There is a lot of work for Aldo to do, but when you get a guy who is as special as Aldo is, he makes it seem as if he’s levels above the other good fighters in the division. Lamas, Edgar and Swanson are all great fighters, but Aldo makes it seems like they are not as good as he is.

UFC 163 Live Stream "Another interesting thing about a fighter as unique as Aldo is that you start to envision him fighting certain opponents and trying to figure out who can actually test him and who might have a chance at beating him. You kind of give him obstacles. The only thing going up to 155 pounds would do is put him at a size disadvantage, so you think maybe that would make a difference. But you don’t know if that is going to be true. He’s fighting guys his size right now and has looked so dominant we try to give him hypothetical obstacles."


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