Anderson Silva Plans to Keep Fighting, Calls Out Himself (UFC 148 Post Video)


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LAS VEGAS – UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva met with the press following his rematch victory over Chael Sonnen at UFC 148 in Las Vegas.

Despite clearing out his division, Silva has no intention of retiring anytime soon, even calling out his next opponent… himself.

Check out MMAWeekly.com’s UFC 148 post-fight press conference video of Anderson Silva…



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