Guest John Hancock Posted June 20, 2014 Share Posted June 20, 2014 Anderson Silva has been given medical clearance to start sparring again, which is amazing in itself, and now he's talking about his next fight, possibly as early as later this year. Does anyone want to see that? After that injury, two back-to-back loses, the unbeatable Sonnen feud, and the fact the dude's now 39 years old, do you think he has anything left to prove or achieve or, more simply, would you be comfortable and happy seeing him fight again, risking the chance that it might tarnish his legacy to see him come back passed his peak? Personally, I don't want him back on the normal roster, but I wouldn't turn my nose up at one last fight, and they give him someone incredibly easy, preferably at light-heavyweight, so he can go out a winner. That I'd like to see, but I don't want to see him anywhere a title fight, or against a younger guy with something to prove, because EVERYONE who's really fighting for something important is going to go straight for that leg, and it's going to end horribly. Actually, what I'd really love is Sonnen/Silva III, double retirement match, in Brazil. And now, because I've given myself an excuse to, here's the greatest WWE promo of all time, just for Matt and Chris. [video=youtube;SZG0sNDa2JQ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZG0sNDa2JQ (Heart broken that someone took down the promo for the first one, it's just as good :() Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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