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  • 3 years ago
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Anderson Silva's manager Ed Soares says that his fighter is still probably two years away from retirement, but when he does walk away from the sport ideally it would be as undefeated in the UFC.  Read More >> read news >>

  • a year ago
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Heading into his UFC 153 light heavyweight main event showdown with Stephan Bonnar, Anderson Silva doesn't intend to let his goal of an undefeated career in the Octagon slip away. read news >>

  • a month ago
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At UFC 168, Anderson Silva broke his leg upon having one of his kicks checked by the current middleweight champion, Chris Weidman. After undergoing surgery to repair the former champion’s left tibia and fibula and months of rehabilitation, one of Silva’s managers, Ed Soares, predicted the Brazilian's return. According to Elias Cepeda of Yahoo Sports, Soares stated: We won't see him (Silva) back any earlier than the end of this year or, most likely, the beginning of next year...There's always a c read news >>

  • 6 months ago
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When UFC opened 2014 with Georges St-Pierre on a sabbatical and Anderson Silva's career thought to be in jeopardy from a graphic broken leg, it was expected that it would be a tough year for the pay-per-view business. The first two shows, UFC 169 and UFC 170, don't really indicate much except a continuation of the pattern that has been the case in recent years for every pay-per-view promotion, a huge show does as good or better than ever. And anything less than a big show, fans are very willing read news >>

  • 7 months ago
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Should former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva call it quits? We asked a few MMA notables to discuss the MMA legend’s potential retirement.Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos Tagged: Anderson Silva read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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Weidman retained the UFC middleweight title in gruesome fashion as Silva was unable to continue after breaking his leg. read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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Anderson Silva’s first career UFC loss certainly hasn’t affected his confidence heading into Saturday’s UFC 168 headliner and rematch with middleweight champion Chris Weidman.Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos Tagged: Anderson (...) read news >>

  • 8 months ago
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The legacy of former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva has multiple layers. His incredible and incomparable rise from UFC newcomer to one of, if not the greatest MMA fighter of all time is a story that will be documented for years and years to come.Filed under: (...) read news >>

  • a year ago
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With no expectations and a career that didn't put championships as his ultimate measure of success, could a perfect storm be brewing for an epic upset by Stephan Bonnar at UFC 153? read news >>

  • a year ago
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If, for the remainder of his career, champ Anderson Silva wants to fight the big fights, meaning he wants big challenges (and lucrative paydays), he should fight Michael Bisping. Additionally, if the UFC wants big events (and lucrative pay-per-view numbers), they should book the fight if Bisping beats fellow middleweight standout Brian Stann on Saturday at UFC 152. Manager Audie Attar, who reps Bisping for Paradigm Sports Management, thinks this is the logical thing to do. read news >>

  • 2 years ago
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With his career winding down, UFC veteran Stephan Bonnar has been begging for a big fight. Now he's got it. USA TODAY Sports has confirmed with company officials that Anderson Silva is moving up to 205 pounds to meet Bonnar in the three-round main event of October's UFC 153 event. Additionally, Brazilian slugger Glover Teixeira meets countryman Fabio Maldonado in the evening's co-main event. And in a bout first reported by Brazilian outlet Tatame, former interim heavyweight champion read news >>

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