View Poll Results: Silva or Weidman?
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Do not get all nostalgic for the good old days people. Tis a new age.
I had Weidman a 60 to 70% favorite. I should have stood by my estimations more boldly.
Hard to bet against 16-0 but I knew it was gonna end.
It's now up to 90%. If Anderson's hands are up next time, he will just get put on his back and beat up (or down as it may be).
No? Well what the hell happened in the first round then?
And after that- Silva got beaten in his preferred arena (standing obvsly).
That is all.
First didn't Silva say he didn't care to have a rematch all over the Internet, and Dana says it will happen...
Originally Posted by Tranquil Suit
It is all about the $dollar$
The big bucks for Silva will be when he boxes. He will do all his fights to meet his contract, go make millions and perhaps then come back and whip some ass again.
Can't say I blame him, money is freedom.
Though I didn't appreciate silva clowning past the 1st round, he did land an uber nasty inside leg kick out of nowhere, that must have hurt like hell. If he'd really gone at his legs, it would well have been a different story. Look for massive leg trauma in the rematch.
The rematch is going to be a hundred times the epic of the 1st one.
Buuuuuuuullshit. IF IF IF.... if only.
Originally Posted by bobyclumsyninja
Last edited by Tranquil Suit; 7/12/2013 8:54am at .
Some words from Usher and Roy Jones Jr. #UFC
The UFC loves rematches! Chris Weidman and Anderson Silva 2 is this December 28th. Kinda takes away from the women’s bantamweight title clash between judo superstar Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate doesn't it?
Is this justified?
Does anyone even care?
Smart move by Zuffa. They're making it not just a superfight, but a supercard.
Well, the UFC title Picture is about to get boring Again. Was interesting for about a week, now it'll get dull Again.
That's assuming Silva wins the rematch. I'm as big a fan of Silva as anyone walking the earth, but the fact is the man's tired and apparently giving less of a **** about fighting than he has since he was about 5 years old. That means Weidman has a chance. You put a guy who doesn't really care against a guy that really wants it and the guy with the hunger has the advantage. Once again, that's assuming Silva just doesn't care anymore. If he comes in at his focused and accurate best, it'll still be fun to watch, because I doubt Weidman will just give it to him.
Originally Posted by Shawarma
Maybe Silva just wanted to add "comeback" to his bucket list.
'Course, to set that up, he would have had to pretty much throw the Weidman bout--which doesn't necessarily mean taking a dive; rather, it might mean a deliberately less-than-stellar performance (nuances, nuances). Not sure anyone's ready to make that particular accusation...
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