HomeFighter Talk Ariel Helwani Talks To Anderson Silva About Not Holding The Belt Before Next Bout Bruno December 27, 2013 Fighter Talk 13 Comments Past UFC Middleweight champion Anderson Silva talked with Ariel Helwani after the UFC 168 pre-fight press conference. Tweet Pin It Tags:Anderson Silva, UFC 168 Women’s Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey Says A Bad Word On ESPN’s SportsCenter. UFC 168 Press Conference Video Replay for ‘Weidman vs Silva 2′ in Las Vegas 13 Comments jsheerin December 27, 2013 anderson looks scared. I’d prefer him to lose, rather than have to see a silva weidman rubber match. I think in his last 10 fights on contract he should move weight class and have an exciting end to his career rather than waste it away on weidman and the middleweight class that he’s already cleaned out the past 7 years. Log in to Reply FailSonnen December 27, 2013 Oh no……the goatee… Everytime I’ve seen him sport a goatee (which was mostly pre UFC era) he’s lost a fight.. And why is he acknowledging retiring when before he told the press he has a 10 fight contract? Log in to Reply coutura December 27, 2013 I think Anderson time it’s over I predict A worse knock out.He know he can’t handle kris Weidman power and youth . Log in to Reply Unagi December 27, 2013 @ Jsheerin What are you on about? Your opinion is your opinion, however, I don’t think Weidman would really get a Rubbermatch instantly. If Silva ends this fight, like the real champion he is, I don’t believe he would get an instant rematch, for the same exact reason why you mentioned – we wouldn’t want to see it. There’s others in line. Vitor. Also, Anderson has gone up to LHW for various fights. Why would he go up and risk losing everything when he has been winning in MW? Fighting is a career like any other. Log in to Reply shocktime December 27, 2013 He has a 10 fight contract, but he doesn’t have to fight if he wants to retire. Log in to Reply Goomba December 27, 2013 I always want to hear how people respond when they’re eventually proven wrong. Anderson is going to annihilate Chris. He loses one fight and people forget the caliber of fighter that he is. Just wait…just wait. Log in to Reply MR. Creepy December 27, 2013 spider is going to play with his prey….than bam…bye bye cris….ur not even the 3rd best fighter in this division….this loss might crush cris its going to be a laugher.. Log in to Reply sooooopernate December 27, 2013 @goomba People were predicting Chris would win at 162. He’s a far better wrestler than Chael, and has better Jitz than Silva. I’d say he probably subs Andy this time, or grinds a decision. The knockout probably isn’t there this time. Log in to Reply wow December 27, 2013 @ Goomba It’s amazing you Silva fan boys forget that the person who knocked Silva out is undefeated and completely nullified Silva’s strategy. You all act like it was some kind of fluke when Weidman clearly won the first round. Log in to Reply Dan Blankenship December 27, 2013 A friend of mine once wrestled Weidman. He said he is the strongest man for his weight division he’s ever wrestled. If this fight goes to the ground, Silva loses. Standing – 50/50 split. Log in to Reply gwizard December 27, 2013 Chris got lucky the first fight. Just like his mentor Serra his luck runs out in the rematch-watch! Weidman gets KO’d this fight. Log in to Reply marvelous mad madam mim December 28, 2013 he looks old, especially in the picture. almost doesnt even look like the same person. weidman by beat down Log in to Reply wcoastassassin December 28, 2013 If Anderson comes out for blood this will be quick. Sorry but I don’t think Chris can pull off the upset twice. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.