Mal (anonymous) 10 days ago
he pulled away from one jab, silva didnt even commit to it he was just pawing. before that he landed a jab, to the forehead but still. most pointless gif ever.
Starsky (anonymous) 15 days ago
So we can we finally toss this idea that Anderson was better than Weidman into the dustbin of history? He almost snapped his leg in a kneebar, smashed his face on the top, KTFO'd him then dribbled his head on the floor for two consecutive fights & then finished what the kneebar failed to do.
Anderson landed how many headstrikes on the feet....maybe 2?? 2?? Both of which Weidman saw coming from a block away.
Fedor went undefeated for a decade in heavyweight, which, because of the amount of power in each strike is the easiest division to lose in. He dominated his opponents in their strengths & beat 5 K1 Champions, along with 5 UFC HW Champions. The MW Division(UFC 185 & Pride 181) was the historically weakest division until they added Jacare, Machida, Belfort, Rockhold & Weidman.
I know, some of you are emotionally attached to Anderson, let it go...be rational. If Fedor & Anderson were in a prison cell, we know who would get the "bottom" bunk.
Drozd (anonymous) 7 months ago
Thales Leites, Demian Maia, and Sonnen all showed that Silva isn't as dangerous or as well rounded as people often say he is. It's probably true to say that Silva relied too heavily on his talent. Perhaps he never developed well rounded defensive skills and tactics because he usually never needed to. GSP on the other hand is maybe less talented, but has probably done a better job of living up to his personal potential. GSP's two losses, and his generally more evenly matched opponents, have kept him sharper, especially defensively and tactically. If Anderson silva is the best race car on the planet with just an average professional driver and average professional pit-crew, GSP is an average race car with the best professional driver (and best pit crew). Weidman has an excellent mental game, and seems to be in peek physical condition, but I don't believe he's as talented as Silva, and his striking skill is certainly quite inferior to Silva's, and to many good strikers in the UFC for that matter.
Peace (anonymous) 7 months ago
loool helsin, quit ur little trollin game. Anderson missed a shot on his own that had nothin to do with Weidman's head-movement and landed the second shot. Ur little soo satisfying victory in Wiedman's part was just exposed here.
What does posting a gif, and then responding to a question have to to with trollin?
In the future -- when you respond -- please try to use coherent sentences...
efewfwfwfew (anonymous) 7 months ago
That's "going matrix" huh? A little head movement?
Yep -- The key point is that Silva could not hit him. He did just as he always does; he drops his hands dances around and then when they go for the bait he knocks them out with counter punches. The only difference this time was that he ran into someone quicker.
Same song as ever fight before, but this time in the second verse he was punching someone who was already gone. Then he got KTFO...