*If* Vitor & Silva win & there is a title fight, how do you think it goes?

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  1. ButterStoch Blue Belt

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    Would you like to see these two go at it again? What do you think would happen??

    I honestly don't know the outcome, but I feel it would be much more competitive than the 1st.

    Before...The likeliest outcome is that Weidman wins & Diaz gets tooled back into re-retirement, which kind of scuttles this. But if Vitor makes a great account of himself, I would still like Silva vs. Belfort II.
     
  2. surgeyou1 Welcome to the Machida Era...Part Deux

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    If Vitor beats Weidman it is going to be hard to predict anyone beating him.
     
  3. Arm Barbarian Titanium Belt Platinum Member

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    It would be a more competitive fight, due to Anderson's body not being able to handle the abuse as much anymore. Vitor would give him a tough run now imo.
     
  4. Spycho Black Belt

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    The first 2 replies nailed it.
     
  5. Blicious Blue Belt

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    If vitor wins, weidman probably gets a rematch.
     
  6. Weidman Still my booooy!

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    Not happening.
     
  7. Hendo101 Purple Belt

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    Agreed. But no way non TRT Vitor beats Weidman in reality.

    Weidman via TKO
     
  8. Left Hook Lacy Green Belt

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    I think Vitor gave him a tough fight the first time, too. That fight was awesome the little it lasted. Special atmosphere and anxiety and I always wanted to see the rematch.
     
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    fantasy match ups belong in the wasteland
     
  10. JayPrimo Blue Belt

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    Didn't Silva just say in an interview he won't fight a Brazilian champ?
     
  11. Winston Wolf Problem solver

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    Vitor by KO would be my pick at this point.
     
  12. cyrusthevyrus Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card

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    Vitor via KO
     
  13. jjjjjjjjjjohnny JDP is the CHAMP!

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    i wouldn't mind seeing that fight - title or non-title - i think vitor got caught - it was unfortunate, brilliant on silva's part.
     
  14. Andre Xiong Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    not taking anything away from Anderson Silva (especially in his prime) but Vitor had a really legit shot at beating him in their first fight save for a freakish teep to the face KO. Given Vitor's resurgence and assuming he beats The Chris, Anderson would be the clear underdog in a rematch. This is a big "if" fight (Weidman is on fire regardless of how good Belfort himself is and even Diaz can play spoiler)
     
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    Silva KO win
     
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    TS asks a valid question that begs a reasoned response, not assclowns stating that Vitor has no chance against The Chris(that's not the question).
    So then "if" Vitor wins and Silva beats Diaz I would say that Andy would be a very slight favorite in the rematch.
    I would think that this older version of Silva would control the distance and maybe throw in some TD's to tire out Vitor then sub him in round 4.
     
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  18. ButterStoch Blue Belt

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    If here was a way to bet that the outcome will not be Silva by Seagal kick, I would gladly take it. It's a great kick, but Machida is the only one to KO 2x with a front kick(Rich Franklin, pre-Silva, pre-Seagal but they weren't doing UFCing so it's irrelevant & Randy Couture)



    If the matchups were switched, I feel Silva would lose to Weidman & that Vitor would blast through Nick even quicker than Silva could...but no one would care. When Silva wins, his bandwagon will probably double.
     
  19. giovanni002 Silver Belt

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    Would be interesting for sure. I remember really wanting a rematch after their first fight
     
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    silva via plum clinch
     

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