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Spider, Cain, Arianny, more in new UFC Magazine

The February / March issue of the UFC Magazine is now on newsstands, and it's bigger and better than ever. Click below for a look at this issue's features...

The February / March issue of the UFC Magazine is now on newsstands. Click here to see it close-up and look inside for the following features:

Anderson Silva: After rattling off 10 straight victories in the Octagon, including his current record setting title-run at 185 and a pair of victories at light heavyweight, Anderson “The Spider” Silva’s resume speaks for itself. This guy is the greatest fighter of all time. Not that you would ever get him to say it.

Jamie Varner: A year on the sidelines allowed former WEC lightweight champ Jamie Varner time to heal from injuries sustained while successfully defending his title against Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone. Now he’s back in the spotlight.

Arianny Celeste: Just because she’s the Octagon’s most heavenly body doesn’t mean she can’t throw down. Arianny shows off a feisty side in her interview (and a surprising affinity for monkeys and ferrets). You’ll probably want to see a few of the photos, too.

The Rise of the UFC in the UK: The UFC brought mixed martial arts to the British Isles with UFC 38: Brawl at the Hall back in 2002. Since then the sport has flourished. Meet the current crop of contenders -- led by Dan Hardy, who's challenging GSP for the belt in March -- coming out of the UK and read up on how the sport took Britain by storm.

Also: profiles on Brandon Vera, Octagon newcomer Rolles Gracie and heavyweight contender Cain Velasquez. We face off the 2010 Porsche 911 Turbo against the 2010 Mercedes SLS AMG. And Danneel Harris, star of Harold & Kumar, talks prison rodeos and picking fights at abandoned gas stations.
 

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