Andrei Arlovski Unsettled Not Being Considered a Top Heavyweight

Former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlosvki is on edge not being considered among the top heavyweight fighters in the world. After three strait losses, The Pit Bull will try to get back in the win column as he takes on Sergei Kharitonov in the first round of the Stirkeforce heavyweight tournament.

Andrei Arlovski vs Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva Set For May 15th Strikeforce

Andrei Arlovski announced on his official website that has signed a new multi-fight contract with Strikeforce. For his first fight on the new contract, he expected to take on Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva on the Strikeforce May 15th in St. Louis, MO.

“I cannot wait to get into the ring and show the world what I have been working on the last few months,” [Sherdog]

The 31 year old Belarusian hasn’t fought since being knocked out by Brett Rogers at Strikeforce “Lawler vs Shields” last summer. Since then he has moved outside his comfort zone by spending some time training with Greg Jackson in Albuquerque and continued his boxing training.

For the latest on the Showtime broadcast Strikeforce May 15 card, check out our MMA Rumors section.

Strikeforce: Fabricio Werdum vs Andrei Arlovski Possible


Fabricio Werdum talks with the Brazilian news site Tatame,

“I must fight in February or March, and I imagine that it could be against (Andrei) Arlovski … I lost to him by 2×1, it was an ugly fight, nobody liked, but I never choose opponents, I can fight anyone, but then I wanna fight Fedor”

With two strait wins in Strikeforce, Fabricio Werdum is looking to get back a previous loss to the former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei “The Pitbull” Arlovski back at UFC 70.