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Video: Anderson Silva Lip-Syncs Burger King Ad

UFC middleweight champion Anderson “Spider” Silva is a bad man. It’s yet to be determined if he’s a bad singer, as the Brazilian native lip syncs “Lovin’ You,” the familiar standard by Minne Riperton, in this Burger King commercial.

This Saturday Silva defends his crown against Yushin Okami in UFC 134 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

(H/T to 5th Round)

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Athletes, Citizenship, and The New York Times

In Sunday’s The New York Times, Alison Gregor tells the tale of Erick De Leon, a Mexican-born, Detroit-based boxer who’s racing to get his citizenship so he can compete for the United States in the 2012 Olympics. The 18 year old moved here 12 years ago, but his parents never went through the citizenship process because of the hassle. This is a problem now that the hopes of USA Boxing rest upon De Leon’s shoulders.

The lack of citizenship did not hold back De Leon as he won the national Police Athletic League championship in the 132-pound weight class in 2009, along with the national Golden Gloves titles in 2009 and 2010. But in an Olympic qualifying year, noncitizens are prohibited from fighting in national championships.

De Leon hasn’t lost to anyone in the U.S. in his weight class for three years, and USA Boxing is racing to help him expedite the citizenship process. If he can’t get his papers by the end of the year, he could represent Mexico during the London Olympics. Read more