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Former UFC middleweight king Anderson Silva (pictured) hasn’t even committed to rematching Chris Weidman yet (or has he?), but that hasn’t stopped the Gambling Gods from dropping their two cents on the subject.
Despite getting put to sleep last Saturday at UFC 162, Silva is still an early -185 odds-on favorite to avenge the loss to the man who abruptly snapped his seven-year reign.
Sportsbook.com has Weidman as a +155 underdog.
If you didn’t lay any money down on their first fight, Silva hovered around -230, while Weidman notched about +180.
BTW, despite claiming he didn’t want to tango with Weidman again, there are reports out of Brazil that Silva has now changed course and would love to do Part II in February.
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Anderson Silva said after losing to Chris Weidman at UFC 162 last weekend that he was not interested in a rematch, but he may have already changed his mind. According to Brazilian MMA reporter Guilherme Cruz, Lauro Jardim of Veja says Silva wants a rematch with Weidman for February 2014. Jardim is the editor-in-chief of [...]
Anderson Silva's shocking loss really hurts himself and the UFC.
Anderson Silva has never been known for his consistency. Just a few days after telling the UFC world that he wasn’t interested in fighting Chris Weidman not only does he want to Weidman, he wants to fight him…this year!
We may have witnessed a passing of the torch on Saturday night following one of the most stunning finishes in UFC history.
Let's take a closer look at some of the storylines coming out of UFC 162 in Las Vegas.
More to Taunting Than Meets the Eye
Some observers called it a fix. Others called it a fluke.
In reality, perennial pound-for-pound king Anderson Silva committed the...
Chris Weidman has some pretty choice words about Anderson Silva right after he KO’d him.
Weird Interview With Anderson Silva
Roy Jones Jr: Silva “Wasn’t Focused”, Still Wants to Box Anderson
USA TODAY Sports/Adam Guillen Jr. MMAMAnia As much as Jon Jones admires and looks up to former UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva, he would never even think about fighting with his hands down like “The Spider’ did against Chris Weidman at UFC 162, and also says seeing Silva lose the way he did was a […]
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New middleweight champ is in Bristol, CT today to go on sportscenter and talk about his big win this last Saturday. It’s always great to see MMA get attention on the biggest sports platform in the country.
Chris Weidman brings his belt on the Boomer and Carton show
Anderson Silva wants a rematch?
The new middleweight champion isn’t letting that belt out of his sights as he goes through airport security with it. Weidman earned that belt and most likely wont go to many places without it for a week straight.
Anderson Silva gets KO’d GIF
Chris Weidman “That disrespectful piece of sh*t”
By Erik Fontanez
Roy Jones, Jr. is convinced Anderson Silva lost to Chris Weidman at UFC 162 because the UFC fighter was too focused on a potential match with the multiple-division boxing champion.
Following Silva’s loss last Saturday in Las Vegas, Jones said that the UFC fighter’s attention wasn’t entirely on Weidman. Instead...
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UFC 162: I fell for Anderson Silva’s ignorance, and the more I consider what he cost the sport, the bigger the stain on his legacy grows.
Silva made the Middleweight title look like crap, and robbed us of a great spectacle at Jerry World next year...
Former UFC heavyweight champ and number one contender Junior Dos Santos sits cage side with Brazilian soccer stars Ronaldo and Kaka as they watched their fellow countrymen, Anderson Silva, get knocked out at UFC 162. Seems like in Brazil Soccer and MMA athletes are spending more and more time together since fighting has become the second biggest sport in the country. Not sure...