Chris Weidman Isn’t Afraid of Anybody – Fox Analyst Jay Glazer (UFC Fan Expo Video)


Chris Weidman 478x270Can Chris Weidman pull of the upset? That’s the question on a lot of minds heading into the UFC 162 main event between Weidman and middleweight kingpin Anderson Silva.

Silva is great at putting fear into the hearts of most of his opponents before they ever set foot in the Octagon, but Fox analyst Jay Glazer says that isn’t happening with Weidman. Weidman, he says, comes from the Ray Longo-Matt Serra team that is used to high pressure situations and knows how to deal with them.

Glazer doesn’t think Chris Weidman is afraid of anybody.

Check out Jay Glazer’s assessment of Chris Weidman form Friday’s UFC Fan Expo Q&A…

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