What's it like facing the greatest mixed martial artist of all-time? Four defeated foes talk about getting caught by the "Spider."
Silva's gruesome broken leg put a damper on the night and possibly his career, as the image of him writhing in pain will surely be burned into the memory of all fight fans.
Weidman had his believers, but nobody figured he'd dismantle the legend of Anderson Silva quite like he did.
Silva's streak came to a crashing halt when he didn't respect the sport or Chris Weidman at UFC 162.
Silva said he doesn't think he'd beat Jones in a potential fight, but he could've just been playing the game.
The former Bellator middleweight champ has every indication he's ready for the step up to the UFC, but similar fighters have fallen by the wayside in the past.
Sonnen has ripped Silva for months, and Silva finally responded to reporters in the lead-up to their UFC 148 rematch.
Sonnen has perfected the art of trash talking, and he got in the first verbal jab before a July 7 rematch with Silva.
As Travis Browne showed against Alistair Overeem, MMA fighters can overcome ridiculous odds. Silva's uphill battle is just another case.
Anderson Silva's manager, Jorge Guimaraes, believes the former UFC middleweight champion will return to fighting. "I think no later than one year," he told MMAWeekly.com. "He'll be back.”
Dana White and Co. have their work cut out for them in 2014, but the UFC has lost megastars before and pulled through with flying colors.
After losing to her rival for a second time, Tate will have to work her way back up the ladder before she can even try to climb 'Mt. Everest' again.
UFC middleweight champion Chris Weidman discusses his UFC 168 win over former titleholder Anderson Silva, Silva's broken leg and putting his title on the line against Vitor Belfort next.
Weidman retained the UFC middleweight title in gruesome fashion as Silva was unable to continue after breaking his leg.