Middleweight challenger offers his insight as to how he will beat the pound-for-pound king.
When Anderson Silva last stepped into the Octagon, it was against now Hall-of-Fame fighter Stephan Bonnar in Brazil.
The history books will show a crushing knee delivered by Silva led to the first stoppage loss for the resilient Bonnar in his storied career.
But there was a very interested spectator in the front row for the fight – Chris Weidman.
The now number one contender was wired for his comments during the fight and he gave an interesting insight as to what he liked and areas where he felt he could exploit the long-time champion.
Silva and Weidman will lock horns in the main event of UFC 162, with the event being the most hyped of the year with impressive ticket salves and pay-per-view buys already flying out the door.