Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva shared a mysterious message with his fans after moving from the Octagon to boxing.
on Tuesday, It was officially announced that Silva would bring his talent to the boxing ring to take on Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in Mexico in June... Silva was suddenly booted from the UFC last fall following a knockout defeat to Uriah Hall. The soon-to-be-46-year-old Brazilian didn’t work well in the UFC, and promotion in roster cut mode left one of the sports idols. But Silva still has itchy competition, and if the UFC doesn’t want him, he’s willing to go boxing and take on new challenges.
Take him Instagram Following the news of the Silva vs. Chavez Junior Boxing match, “Spider” shared a mysterious message with his fans about moving to the boxing ring.
“When your dreams are over, go to another bakery,” Silva said, adding the caption “Get a hint.”
Silva is about to turn 46 and is a skid who is currently losing three races, but these losses are three of the world’s top 15 fighters at £ 185: Hall, Jared Cannonier and Israel Adesanya. You need to remember what happened to Sanya. Despite losing all three fights, Silva believes he still has something left to give him martial arts. For years he was trying to move to the boxing ring to take over Roy Jones Jr., but UFC President Dana White didn’t release him from his UFC contract to compete in boxing. Having completed the UFC and MMA, Silva is free to pursue other opportunities. One of them is the boxing battle with Cesar Chavez Jr., where Silva can make her dream come true.
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