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Thread: Anderson Silva vs Chris Weidman II set for Dec. 28th in Las Vegas

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    How glorious would it of been had Weidman been like, nah I don't want a rematch. Holy shit that would of been epic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sakara=Excitement View Post
    How glorious would it of been had Weidman been like, nah I don't want a rematch. Holy shit that would of been epic.
    Comes out with the whole "I think Vitor is more deserving, who has Silva even beaten in the last year?" schtick haha.
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    I have a hard time believing you there Ed.. Nine more fights seems a bit much for Anderson's pace.




    Manager: Anderson Silva anxious to reclaim UFC belt, will fulfill contract
    http://www.mmajunkie.com/news/2013/0...lfill-contract
    "Anderson seems to be taking it pretty well, but it's definitely on his mind," Soares told "Inside MMA" on Friday. "I know that he's eager to get back in there and do it again and get his belt back."

    Despite the defeat and his advancing age, Silva, who signed a new 10-fight deal prior to the first Weidman fight, plans to fulfill the contract, Soares said.

    "[He] will fight out the nine fights on his contract, but his next fight will be against Chris Weidman," he said.

    Silva was promised an immediate rematch if he lost his title. Additionally, since Silva's clowning and posturing played at least a part in the defeat, Weidman is probably anxious to scored a second victory to prove the doubters wrong. The bout's potential is so big that it actually bounced a planned headliner between UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey (7-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) and challenger Miesha Tate (13-4 MMA, 0-1 UFC) to co-headliner status at UFC 168.

    But Ray Longo, Weidman's head trainer, told "Inside MMA" the second bout won't be unlike the first.

    "He wants to prove at all these people, some of the naysayers, this wasn't an accident, and I think the rematch will end worse than the first fight did (for Silva)," Longo said.
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    Ofcourse Ray Longo would say that. If he didn't he should be fired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevoOnTheRadio View Post
    Comes out with the whole "I think Vitor is more deserving, who has Silva even beaten in the last year?" schtick haha.
    Can we swap Vitor for Cung Le? Or even better, Bisping?

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    1 loss.

    Suddenly, Anderson is washed up.

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    I really believe Silva will beat the hell out of Weidman.
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