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How would you book Anderson Silva's retirement fight?

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  1. LauzonFan White Belt

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    It's pretty clear that the majority of people here and across the MMA community think Anderson should retire. I personally think he should aswell but he has the right to continue fighting for however long he pleases (btw was at the bisping Silva fight live and he looked pretty decent in person). If he announced that he would have one last fight before he retired...who and where? I'd go for Vitor in Brazil just as a final tribute to two of the faces of Brazil. What do u guys think?
     
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    Vitor, international waters, heavyweight division, put them in touch with the world's best pharmaceutical chemists six months before fight night. I wanna see a Vitor that pisses pure nandrolone and has an entire religious triptych shaved into his big roidy head fight an Anderson Silva who is ripped to the tits on boner pills and ecstasy and just wants to dance/hug/kick faces really hard.
     
  3. The lord of bones Banned Banned

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    Just because a few sherbros think he should retire it doesn't mean that's what Anderson thinks.
     
  4. jx820 Red Belt

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    Rematch with Chonan in Japan
     
  5. esalmighty Purple Belt

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    I think a retirement fight in Vegas with GSP.

    Both have nothing to lose or prove.
     
  6. HHJ Fedor Supremacist Yellow Card

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    Id like to see him take on an aging LHW like shogun.
     
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    Chael Sonnen, in Brasil.
     
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    I he don't want to retire the UFC will let him fight not gonna release him because he will sign with Rizin' Or bellator.
    If he want a last fight of course it should be in Brazil Vs someone who don't have a lot of power in both hand. plz
     
  9. CJohnny Black Belt

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    He said he wanted 4 fights.

    But would fight more.

    I think he has a run on him. If he wins his next fight of course.
     
  10. HHJ Fedor Supremacist Yellow Card

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    Anderson aint going to any other company,i just cant see it.
     
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    Give him Diego Sanchez
     
  12. Hans Gercmiov Titanium Belt

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    CM Punk. Fuck it.
     
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    Regardless of who he fights, I'd like to see Chael be on commentary, or involved in some capacity.
     
  14. JohnnyTowers Brown Belt

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    I'd book it at a circus with all of the other clown acts.

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    Seriously though. He should just change his gimmick to that of a clown and I would take him seriously again.
     
  15. Senzo Tanaka Silver Belt

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    I thought he looked pretty amazing actually. He was fast, dangerous, precise and looked young. He just threw away rounds by clowning. It looked like he could finish Bisping any moment he wanted.

    Just get serious, stop the clowning and work your way back up. I'd like to see him face Moose next.
     
  16. ZackZed Black Belt

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    I for one don't want to see him retire yet, it looks like he still have a few good matchup left. When he gets to the point where he suffers 4 losses in a row and getting stopped in 2 rounds, let him fight an easy fight and retire on a win.
     
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    Leites rematch
     
  18. HHJ Fedor Supremacist Yellow Card

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    that might not be the fight to make. Both guys are not in any hurry to do much out there in their fights, could be a looooong day.
     
  19. Spiderbite Brown Belt

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    I know this is sarcasm, but really? is it such a bad proposition?

    Considering Wandy, while banned is getting courted by Rizin. I mean, it would be a nice trend if aging fighters, rather than becoming highlight fodder instead left the UFC to fight overseas without the watchful eye of athletic commisions.

    Could you imagine if Henderson, Rua, Couture, Liddell etc... all departed during their declines and went off to get TRT'd or Roided to the nines. It would be Super Pride.
     
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    Not sure if serious?
     

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