After being on the wrong end of what he felt was a hometown decision, Anderson Silva is looking to secure a rematch with Michael Bisping on his own home turf.
Silva’s longtime manager and translator Ed Soares took to social media this week to express Team Silva’s interest in another fight with Bisping, this time in Brazil.
“(Bisping) did show a lot of heart. Hats off to him,” Ed Soares wrote on his official Instagram page. “I don’t agree with the decision but tell me what you think of this solution. Rematch in Brazil, if (Silva wins) we have the trilogy in Vegas?”
As noted, Soares claims Silva is down to fight Bisping two more times, once in Brazil so that each fighter will have fought the other on their home turf, and a third fight (presuming Silva wins the rematch) in the even-playing field of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Silva lost to Bisping via controversial judges decision after their epic main event at UFC Fight Night 84 at the O2 Arena in London, England this past Saturday afternoon. For detailed, round-by-round results of their five-round war, click here.