Las Vegas-Anderson Silva’s final UFC official game will be officially held on Saturday, as he and his opponent Uriah Hall (Uriah Hall) will be officially weighed on Friday All bear weight during the game.
Silva (34-10) gained 184 pounds in the middleweight main event against Hal (15-9).
Silva, 45, has been skeptical about whether Saturday’s bout will be his last game, but he admits that this is likely to be his last fight. UFC Chairman Dana White promoted this round, which was Silva’s last trip to the octagon.
Silva is considered one of the greatest fighters in the history of mixed martial arts. He participated in the UFC for the first time in 2006 and won the first 16 games. From 2006 to 2013, he won the 185-pound championship title, during most of this time, he was recognized as the best pound-to-pound fighter in the world.
UFC actually booked the fight with Hall in Brazil a few years ago. The latter weighed 184 pounds, but Silva was forced to withdraw due to health problems. Hall has won three of his past four games. His only loss came from Paulo Costa, the most recent title challenger in 2018.
The UFC game on Saturday did indeed lose the bantamweight game between Priscila Cachoeira and Cortney Casey. UFC announced on Friday that the 135-pound game was cancelled after Caccoela was forced to withdraw from the game due to “weight management issues.” Neither Caccoela nor Casey attended the meeting on Friday.