Saturday night may be the last time we saw Anderson Silva (Anderson Silva) inside the octagon, when he played Uriah Hall at UFC Los Angeles Uriah Hall on ESPN+39 when it made UFC headlines.
What is certain is: if this is indeed the end of the former mid- and long-term heavyweight champion, it will be a glorious journey.
These numbers speak for themselves: 2,457 consecutive days of winning the championship (UFC record); 16 consecutive victories (also UFC record); 11 elimination games (tied for the second highest in UFC history); 10 consecutive defending titles (second highest in UFC history); also There are countless others
And he is very talented.
This is why before 45-year-old Silva retires, we asked combatants who have been promoted to use one word to describe “spider”. Their answers revealed how amazing his career was.
Watch the video above.