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Number one middleweight contender Chris Weidman is three weeks out of the biggest fight of his life at UFC 162 against the greatest fighter of all time Anderson Silva. Weidman is looking very good and seems to have his weight down already. He has some serious training partners with him as well with two fellow UFC fighters in Gian Villante and Wonderboy Thompson. Cannot wait to see him and Anderson finally throw down.
Chris Weidman works on his wrestling
Anderson Silva: I don’t like to fight Brazilians
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Anderson Silva is one of the best MMA fighters in the sport, and this latest commercial imagines what would happen if he tried to play soccer. The results are about what you would expect, short of perfect. Check out the very well done advertisement for a telecommunications company, which also features Silva getting slapped in the face by soccer great Pelé .
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In the spirit of yesterday’s video of Ronda Rousey magically appearing to armbar the Best Buy Geek Squad comes O sonho de Anderson Silva (“The Dream Of Anderson Silva”).In it, Silva dreams that he is (more or less) playing a game of Beercup on an international level, improving the game of pro soccer by adding rear naked chokes, jumping kicks to the chest and score changes via...
When recent rumors swirled that Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva had suffered a rib injury that could have potentially forced him to withdraw from UFC 162, the mixed martial arts (MMA) community took a collective, and fearful, gasp.
Chris Weidman, meanwhile, felt the need to put himself temporarily out of MMA misery.
That’s because “All...
Anderson Silva tells Steven Seagal what he’s worried about, and Seagal offers his help. Big thanks to Jamie Carter for his sound design. Side note: Anderson’s “soccer” quote in this video is an exact line, word for word, from the UFC 148 countdown show.
Anderson Silva The Musician
The Legend Of Steven Seagal Grows
Although there isn’t really much of a formula these days for deciding who gets title shots in the UFC, the promotion is in a somewhat strange place where there is a clear-cut number one contender in almost every division.