Anderson Silva pulled out of UFC 212 after campaigning for an interim title fight against Yoel Romero. Silva lost his opponent because Gastelum popped for marijuana. These two events caused Silva to pull himself out of the card because he said the UFC was not contacting him about another fight and he did not want to risk spending money on a full fight camp.
In Jose Aldo's toughest moment ever, he suffered an injury in his camp this week and needed 5 stitches in his head. He says he will still fight in June against Holloway.
So Dana White broke his word again when he said Jon Jones will never main event a card again because less than a week later he announced that Jones will face Dan Cormier for the light heavyweight title to main event UFC 214. However he took a shift in the opposite direction and actually did something right when he pulled GSP from his scheduled fight against Michael Bisping. GSP was claiming that he wouldn't be ready to come back until October or November and Dana didn't want to wait that long so he set Bisping up against Yoel Romero. The fight isn't dated but I would expect around July or August.
After the fights this weekend Dana confirmed that Demian Maia will be next to fight Tyron Woodley for the welterweight title. Woodley then voiced his opinion about how he thinks Maia would be too easy and he would rather fight Nate Diaz or Georges St. Pierre.
This week with Conor: Earlier last week Dana said that he is giving Conor until the end of Sunday to come to an agreement or Dana and the UFC will no longer back Conor. If you didn't know, one of the reasons the match between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather is being held up is because part of Conor's contract says he is not allowed to compete for any other promotion, as is usual among most contracts. Well Dana is currently working Conor to be compensated part of his winnings to basically overlook his impending breach of contract. Well, Dana and Conor have agreed to a deal regarding the match. An official percentage has not been given, but rumors are that the UFC is going to make about 50% of Conor's winnings.