I don't make too many threads in the heavies, but a quick search didn't show any recent threads on the topic (post Bisping fight). The trajectory of Silva's and Jones' careers mirror each other so closely, which is almost prophetic given Silva's desire to fight Jones during his peak. Two seemingly peerless fighters with cat like reflexes and explosive power. Both knocked out by heavy underdogs which signalled the beginning of the end. Both fighters in their second loss (in Anderson's UFC career) to younger fighters ended in devastating/career threatening fashion. Now, they are shell's of their former self - still showing glimpses of brilliance, but with shot chins and slowed timing. I guess it's true what they say when somebody's gets knocked out once, they are much more susceptible to being knocked out again. Seeing Bisping floor Silva twice (and while Bisping is an excellent fighter, he isn't exactly known for being a power puncher) was something I thought I would never see.