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  • a year ago
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Despite being 38-years of age, Anderson Silva's best days are still ahead. At least you'd have to imagine that after his current negotiations with the UFC on a new contract landed at way more than three or four more fights. read news >>

  • 3 days ago
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For seven years, Brazilian Anderson Silva held onto the UFC middleweight title with an iron grip. But this past week, he found himself trying to answer the question why he and several of his countrymen had lost theirs in recent years. Filed under: Featured, (...) read news >>

  • 5 days ago
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#spiderlogic Former Ultimate fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight champion Anderson Silva broke his leg last December and was forced to ride the pine for all of 2014. In his absence, a lot has changed in the mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion's 185-pound weight class. Thanks to a couple of surprise drug tests. "The Spider" spent over an hour with local media last week to pump up his UFC 183 return against Nick Diaz (watch it), and also fielded questions about the state of the MMA union. Spec read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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Anderson Silva, who dominated the middleweight division inside the Octagon from 2006 to 2013, believes that one of the reasons why fighters like Renan Barao, read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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Anderson Silva once stood atop the UFC's middleweight mountain, dominating opponent after opponent in mesmerizing and devastating fashion. But in stepped a confident Chris Weidman to put an end to Silva's reign as champion by stopping him in back-to-back contests in 2013. Ten months after his latest loss to the current middleweight champion, Silva doesn't think he's the most complete fighter the middleweight division has to offer. And, no, he doesn't give that nod to the champion either. He told read news >>

  • 6 days ago
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RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil -- Anderson Silva has fought the who's who of the middleweight division, and he believes one of his former opponents might be the one to dethrone current UFC 185-pound champion Chris Weidman. Weidman, who stopped Silva twice in 2013, is expected to defend the middleweight belt in February against former light heavyweight champion Vitor Belfort, and Silva sees "The Phenom" as a big challenge for "All American." "In my opinion, Vitor is the most complete fighter at 185 pound read news >>

  • 8 days ago
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UFC welterweight and commentator Dan Hardy takes a look ahead to the return of Anderson Silva in his weekly Independent column. read news >>

  • 7 days ago
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"The Spider" gives his thoughts on why his fellow countrymen no longer rule the Octagon, as far as championship titles are concerned. There was a time when Brazilian mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters were the cream of the crop inside the Octagon, holding the majority of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) titles in weight classes ranging from bantamweight all the way up to heavyweight. Now, only Jose Aldo remains as the sole representation of a "champion" fighter for his country, as he has read news >>

  • 7 days ago
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RIO DE JANEIRO -- Two years ago today, Brazil had four of the eight UFC titles. Two years have passed, and Jose Aldo is the only Brazilian left at the top. Anderson Silva, who dominated the middleweight division inside the Octagon from 2006 to 2013, believes that one of the reasons why fighters like Renan Barao, Junior dos Santos and himself lost the UFC gold is because they stopped evolving. "It’s natural. Brazilians forgot some things to focus more on other things. We forgot the evolution," Si read news >>

  • 9 days ago
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Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva knows a thing or two about cheaters. The man spent nearly half his UFC career fighting opponents who had failed some sort of screening for performance enhancing drugs during their career. Throughout his historic 16-0 UFC run from 2006 to 2012, Silva defeated four different men who would later fail their post-fight test. Taking a spin at 205 pounds, Silva quickly dispatched James Irvin in 2008. Irvin would go on to test positive for the illegal subs read news >>

  • 9 days ago
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UFC legend Anderson Silva believes that men who fail drug tests for performance enhancing drugs should receive "no more fights." Anderson Silva, like so many fighters in the UFC middleweight division, has faced some big names who have, at some point, failed drug tests in their careers, men like Chael Sonnen and Vitor Belfort. The UFC legend recently was asked about his feelings on performance enhancing drugs and he didn't hold back. Aside from repeatedly stressing that drug cheats were not only read news >>

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