Chael Sonnen

Chael Sonnen Defends Miesha Tate From Steroid Accusations

Former UFC title challenger and current broadcaster Chael Sonnen hit back after one fan accused Miesha Tate of using steroids. Some have accused Tate of using steroids to make a move down to flyweight for her upcoming fight against Lauren Murphy. This will be the first time she’s competed at 125lbs after fighting at bantamweight for the majority of her career.
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Chael Sonnen Puts Covington In Top Five Welterweights Of All Time List

In regards to the five greatest welterweights of all time, Colby Covington is in that conversation according to ex-UFC title challenger Chael Sonnen. Sonnen recently took to his YouTube channel and discussed Jon Anik giving out his top five welterweights of all time list. Anik mentioned Covington in that list, despite Covington never having been an undisputed UFC champion.
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Chael Sonnen Reveals HW Opponent That Would Give Jon Jones Problems

Chael Sonnen knows one heavyweight name that will give Jon Jones trouble inside the Octagon that nobody is talking about. Sonnen took to his podcast to discuss his former rival and his eventual heavyweight jump. During the show, Sonnen revealed one name that he believes can truly give Jones problems inside the Octagon.

Chael Sonnen shares the perfect welterweight fight for Tony Ferguson: “That would serve all the boxes for what we wanted to see as fans”

MMA analyst Chael Sonnen has given his thoughts on Tony Ferguson’s potential return to the welterweight division. Despite being knocked out by Michael Chandler at UFC 274, Tony Ferguson appears to be in good spirits. He’s ready to reassess his career and find a new path forward, even if that means switching it up from lightweight to welterweight.

Chael Sonnen calls for Carla Esparza vs. Rose Namajunas 3: “We have to redo the match”

Chael Sonnen has given an unpopular opinion. ‘The Bad Guy’ thinks the UFC should book a trilogy fight between Carla Esparza and Rose Namajunas. Last Saturday night at UFC 274, fans were witness to arguably the worst title fight in MMA history. Eight years after Esparza and Namajunas had an entertaining fight for the inaugural strawweight title, they had a terrible bout.

Chael Sonnen discusses the current state of PED’s in MMA

Chael Sonnen has opened up about the current state of PED’s (Performance Enhancing Drugs) in MMA. Sonnen, 45, retired from the sport of MMA in June of 2019. Back in August of 2010 at UFC 117 Sonnen himself tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs following his loss to Anderson Silva. At the time it was determined Sonnen had ‘well above normal’ levels of testosterone in his system, deemed to be not a natural substance, but a steroid.
The Ringer

Breaking: Charles Oliveira Misses Weight, Stripped of Lightweight Belt! Reaction From 3PAC and Chael Sonnen

Drama in Phoenix! After UFC lightweight champion Charles Oliveira missed weight at the UFC 274 weigh-ins, Ariel Helwani, Chuck Mindenhall, and Petesy Carroll discuss what this means for tomorrow night’s main event, Oliveira’s legacy, and so much more. Then, MMA legend Chael Sonnen calls in to give his unique perspective into a situation that has a Spotify Live room of over 10,000 listeners hanging on every word (18:10).

Chael Sonnen on the UFC attempting to book Nate Diaz vs. Khamzat Chimaev: “Adesanya vs. Cannonier is a tough sell as far as being a headliner of a PPV”

Chael Sonnen is weighing in on the UFC attempting to book Nate Diaz vs. Khamzat Chimaev. UFC President, Dana White, recently did an interview in the ‘war room’ for ‘The Pivot Podcast’ and in the background a list of future fights were displayed on the board. Albeit the room is considered to be top-secret, a screen shot of the board has emerged on ‘Twitter’ and shows a Nate Diaz (20-13 MMA) vs Khamzat Chimaev (11-0 MMA) for UFC 276.
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Chael Sonnen thinks UFC should stop waiting to book Nate Diaz: ‘I think you turn him loose’

Nate Diaz has been pushing the UFC almost nonstop to book the final fight on his contract. Chael Sonnen sees no reason to hold him back. The three-time UFC title challenger and media savant used Diaz’s two-time opponent, Conor McGregor, as a prime example of why it’s not a great idea to wait for the perfect time or the perfect matchup to get a star back in the octagon.

Chael Sonnen defends Conor McGregor amidst recent cheating accusations: “There’s a lot of rules out there, but there’s really only 3 big ones”

MMA analyst Chael Sonnen has said that he doesn’t believe Conor McGregor is a cheater in the midst of recent allegations. While he may be a former two-weight UFC champion, it’s safe to say that not everyone is a huge fan of Conor McGregor. Whether it be due to his larger than life personality or some of the defeats he’s tasted in recent years, ‘The Notorious’ doesn’t quite have the same aura that he once did.

Chael Sonnen Willing To Book Paddy Pimblett vs. Logan Paul At SUG

If the UFC won’t book Paddy Pimblett vs. Logan Paul, then Chael Sonnen will. Recently, Paul has been ramping up his efforts to try and get a fight in the UFC. He’s stated that he’d like to fight against rising lightweight star Paddy Pimblett. Pimblett has since responded that he’d be interested in the bout, but all roads go through UFC President Dana White first.

Chael Sonnen claims Dan Hooker’s name is on the short list of possible opponents for Conor McGregor

MMA analyst Chael Sonnen believes there’s a chance Dan Hooker could serve as Conor McGregor’s return opponent. The return of Conor McGregor has been a hot topic within the mixed martial arts world ever since his leg injury last summer. A variety of names have been thrown out there regarding who he can take on upon returning but as of yet, we don’t have a definitive answer as to who is going to get the call.

Chael Sonnen explains why he’s still high on Jon Jones heavyweight move despite delay: “He’s done a lot of things nobody can do”

Chael Sonnen believes that former UFC light-heavyweight champion Jon Jones can defy the odds in his move up. ‘Bones’ hasn’t been seen in the octagon since UFC 247 in February 2020. There, Jones scored a controversial unanimous decision victory over Dominick Reyes to retain his light-heavyweight gold. It seems primed to be his last fight at 205 pounds.