Anderson Silva To Be Inducted Into UFC Hall of Fame
2 days ago - By Hypebeast
Anderson "The Spider" Silva is set to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame this year alongside the likes of Jose Aldo and Jens Pulver. According to reports , the 47-year-old will join the Hall of Fame's Pioneer Wing as his career began prior to the implementation of the Unified Rules of MMA. "Anderson Silva is one of the greatest athletes of all time," UFC president Dana White said in a statement. "Anderson's 16-fight winning streak in the UFC, 10 successful title defenses and almost seven years as middleweight champion were one of the most remarkable things we've ever seen in...
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