HomeFighter Talk Wanderlei Silva Brings In Anderson Silva To Help Last Week Of UFC 139 Camp Bruno November 18, 2011 Fighter Talk 16 Comments Wanderlei Silva Brings In Anderson Silva To Help With His Last Week Of UFC 139 Camp. Tweet Pin It UFC 139 Shogun vs. Henderson Weigh Ins Video Replay And Results Alistair Overeem Guarantees 1st Round Knockout Over Brock Lesnar 16 Comments Doyle Brunson November 18, 2011 Wanderlei is going to sleep Log in to Reply Danby November 18, 2011 The only way that wanderlei will win this fight is to tag in anderson silva, otherwise he’ll be going to sleep real quick. Log in to Reply Compl3x November 18, 2011 Didn’t these two have minor problems in the past? Maybe their mutual dislike for chael brought them together. Log in to Reply SEAN_VANCE November 18, 2011 No Way they used to hate each other! Log in to Reply PitfighterZ November 18, 2011 It’s just awesome to see a real master explaining very basic things like Anderson showing the elbows and the step-in jab. If Wanderley listens to him he will have a chance. Wandy needs to fight smart. He is much better and has much more technique than he has demonstrated in his later fights. I thought that after the Bisping fight he would have learned that he can actually benefit from his experience. Log in to Reply nogi_revolution November 18, 2011 They did have beef, Wand went at him pretty hard for his lackluster performances, challenged to fight him, I think A Silva helped Ace Franklin train for Wand. Nice to see them together again. Log in to Reply Op_of_faith November 18, 2011 …I saw Cung Le live at his fights with Scott Smith…He. Was. Awful. I was shocked, I’d been hearing about him all these years, see pictures of his kicks, etc…I could not believe how bad he looked. Honestly…I’ve got the Axe-Murderer on this one… Log in to Reply Axe murderer November 18, 2011 Yes they did have a falling out. Log in to Reply come6acKid November 18, 2011 These guys had a falling out since AS was not getting any fights in Pride and a lot of that had to do with Wandi and his camp at the time after A.S. was kicked out or there was a falling out and he had left. So A.S. was pretty much an outcast. The promoters naturally needed to keep their stars happy so they went along with the request. He was gonna quit fighting but Big Nog befriended him and encouraged him not to stop. The rest is (also) history. Now, knowing what I just said, watch the video again and look at Wandi’s reaction as Silva talks so highly of him. I think the guilt is clearly evident. Log in to Reply marvelous mad madam mim November 18, 2011 cool vid Log in to Reply Powertele November 18, 2011 Thanks Comeback, info like that is always appreciated and interesting. Log in to Reply Chemosux November 19, 2011 No Seagal?? Log in to Reply andybdabaddest November 19, 2011 their fall-out/misunderstanding happenend when Wand was in the UFC & decided to drop to 185lbs…it doesn’t take much for Anderson to feel disrespected by his fellow Brasileiros..he expects more respect from his countrymates it seems…but it was awesome to see them train, but if Wanderlei gives Cung Le the space/distance to set up those kicks, he’s going to be retired via pinata kick to the head Log in to Reply ness2k November 19, 2011 I think Wanderlei can win this one. Log in to Reply Shaikan November 19, 2011 They did have some minor issues in the past just like andybdabaddest described. I also believe that AS doesn’t mind helping Wandy now that he knows that Wandy won’t be a threat for his belt. I never thought that Wandy could do something against AS in the UFC, but when he initially moved down to the middleweight division he was talking about challenging AS if he did well and that was one of the reasons why they had some beef with each other. Log in to Reply FailSonnen November 20, 2011 Well……I guess it worked.. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.