Paulo Filho On Silva Moving To 205: "I don't see nobody to beat "The Spider"


"I think it's the correct thing to do. He can become a LW too. Get two titles, sounds great. It's natural. He's heavier, stronger and will give trouble to American fighters. It'll be excellent because he is going to make more money as well. He already fought this division in Pride. I don't see nobody to beat "The Spyder". view original article >>
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