- Dec 17, 2016
Former UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman is on a losing streak. After wining the belt from a knockout win over all-time great Anderson Silva, Weidman had won the rematch when Silva had broken his leg. But on his next fight, Weidman miserably lost to challenger Luke Rockhold with a head injury to boot. Weidman’s face was a mess. After resting for several months, Weidman faced Yoel Romero for a tune up match before challenging the champion (Michael Bisping grabbed the belt from Rockhold). But then Weidman suffered an accidental knee which broke his head and resulted in a stoppage. On his third tune up match yesterday (April 8 in New York), Weidman again suffered a knee on his head that led to another stoppage. So that makes it 3 losses in a row for the erstwhile undefeated former UFC middleweight champion.