1. He lost twice to Japanese journeyman fighters in his prime. If he wasn't, as some of his, if not many of his fans love to claim, then he must be the only fighter in history who hit the number 1 in the world but can claim to have lost due to not being in his prime yet. Not to mention, in a couple of years, he would go on to rank at the top of the middleweight division as well while going undefeated outside DQ loss to Okami. 2. He got caught in his first ever random drug testing of his career. Then blamed the dick pills. And no he didn't get his name cleared. He pissed hot again, and for that one, USADA talked about finding supplements contaminated from the same company that Anderson claimed to have bought a contaminated product from and then submitted OPEN sample from that said company to USADA, and then I believe they lifted his suspension or retroactively cleared his suspension or something along that line. 3. Anderson Silva mentioned before that once someone gets caught for steroids, they have been using for the long time. And no that steroids didn't have any clinical relevance from his recovery for his surgery, though his fans love to claim that, in spite of the fact the fighter himself it was from the dick pills. 4. Anderson Silva competed in the weakest division in the history of UFC. The middleweight division, back then. Now, it's the strongest. I pity Weidman for not having been born earlier to have competed in the era of Anderson Silva. For example, no one cared about Chael Sonnen for the majority of his career. No one was surprised Maia grapplehaped him under like a minute or two. But look what he was able to do. 5. Anderson Silva was a brave man enough to continue to call out the smaller fighter in GSP, while being friends with Jon Jones. He fought Daniel Cormier, and got paid handsomly. Daniel Cormier at LHW is not the same fighter at HW with a knock out power. On the other hand, Jon Jone would have elbowed his face in. 6. Anderson Silva himself, on Sherdog's article, years back, stated, from himself though his fans deny it, that he cuts from 230, to 205 then 185. Fans claim that that's how high he gets when he's out of training. But, true fighters like Fedor and Crocop probably doesn't get higher than 240 either when they aren't training, but they weren't scared of fighting bigger dudes. He came lighter later, but he was coming off a surgery/lay off, and USADA. 7. Anderson intentionally ducked the rightful challenger in Chris Weiman, and only decided to fight him when the later was coming off a lay off longer than a year long, but then got knocked the fudge out like a clown tumbling over a unicycle while being as disrespectful as it gets inside the cage.