Chris Weidman Coach Believes Anderson Silva is Going to Have a “Bad Night” in Rematch


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Chris Weidman's coach, Ray Longo, believes Anderson Silva is going to have a bad night in the rematch set for UFC 168 on December 28. view original article >>

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