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Anderson Silva Gives Chris Weidman Credit, Felt Pressure to Perform as Champion, and Isn’t Changing His Style

There are plenty of people out there willing to write UFC middleweight champ Chris Weidman’s win over divisional great Anderson Silva as a stroke of luck based on the Brazilian’s decision to drop his hands as a means of enticing the current title-holder to engage while standing. However, Silva isn’t one of them. The 38-year old legend recently spoke to in lieu of locking horns with Weidman again tomorrow night at UFC 168 where he showed nothing but respect for the current 185-pound king while also going into the sense of relief he’s felt without the title in tow and how he’ll be approaching action in the rematch.


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