Silva Discloses Plans: Possible Boxing match, Possible Move to Welterweight Division


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Anderson Silva is amazing. At 4:52 of the second round he solidified his place atop the middleweight division along with providing fodder for any pound for pound debate, with a decisive win over “Dangerous” Dan Henderson. view original article >>

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