Wanderlei Silva Doesn’t Plan on Changing His Style For Anybody


Known throughout the sport as one of the most dangerous strikers ever, Wanderlei Silva may be a little bit older but he’s not going to be a little more cautious.

Wanderlei plans on an exciting fight with Chris Leben at UFC 132, and ‘boring’ is not a word that enters his vocabulary.

The ‘Axe Murderer’ did take some time this camp however to work on his wrestling, but he’ll never be the guy to take a fight to the ground just to grind out a victory. He’s going to be in Chris Leben’s face from the time the fight starts until the time the fight ends.

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