Nick Diaz VS Anderson Silva The Road to Victory

The highly anticipated fight featuring Nick Diaz and Anderson Silva is looking to be the fight of the year. Anderson Silva coming off a horrible leg injury in his last fight, and Nick Diaz who hasn’t fought in the cage in two years. Diaz has been training harder than ever, and is coming in shape, unlike his younger brother Nate last month. Nick Diaz has nothing to loose and everything to gain accept his pride. Anderson Silva is favored 4:1 over Diaz which is not really a surprise considering Silva is one of the greatest fighters around right now. I’ve seen a lot of trash talk on the twitter realm, and I’m hoping that’s a driving force for Diaz. The match will be a good one, I’m just hoping Diaz has the ability to overcome the odds, because Silva’s intentions will drive him into the ground if he isn’t ready. The fight card is a solid one, but honestly I’m only really looking forward to see the main event, (not to take anything away from the other fighters fighting that night. I want to see Diaz release all the hate inside, forcing Silva into an submission. (beating him at his own game) We are seeing a pure rage fighter, go against one of the most technical fighters since Gracie. This fight could be the retirement fight for whoever losses. Diaz being 31 and Silva being 39. The body simply doesn’t take the blows like it once has for both of these fighters. Who’s career will fall to ashes, and who’s career will rise to supremacy.

The Fight Card consists of;

11 Tyron ‘The Chosen One’ WoodleyTyron Woodley
14 – 3 – 0

vs Kelvin GastelumKelvin Gastelum
10 – 0 – 0

10 Joe ‘J-Lau’ LauzonJoe Lauzon
24 – 9 – 0

vs Al IaquintaAl Iaquinta
10 – 3 – 1

9 Tim ‘The Barbarian’ BoetschTim Boetsch
18 – 7 – 0

vs Thales LeitesThales Leites
24 – 4 – 0

8 Jordan ‘Young Gun’ MeinJordan Mein
29 – 9 – 0

vs Thiago ‘Pitbull’ AlvesThiago Alves
20 – 9 – 0

7 Miesha ‘Cupcake’ TateMiesha Tate
15 – 5 – 0

vs Sara McMannSara McMann
8 – 1 – 0

6 Derek BrunsonDerek Brunson

12 – 3 – 0

vs Ed ‘Short Fuse’ HermanEd Herman
22 – 10 – 0

5 Ian ‘Uncle Creepy’ McCallIan McCall
13 – 4 – 1

vs John ‘Hands of Stone’ LinekerJohn Lineker
24 – 7 – 0

4 Tom ‘Kong’ WatsonTom Watson
17 – 7 – 0

vs Rafael ‘Sapo’ NatalRafael Natal
18 – 6 – 1

3 Diego ‘DB’ BrandaoDiego Brandao
18 – 10 – 0

vs Jim ‘The Kid’ HettesJim Hettes
11 – 2 – 0

2 Ildemar ‘Marajo’ AlcantaraIldemar Alcantara
20 – 7 – 0

vs Richardson ‘Rick Monstro’ MoreiraRichardson Moreira
7 – 2 – 0

1 Andy ‘Tank Mode’ EnzAndy Enz
7 – 2 – 0

vs Thiago ‘Marreta’ SantosThiago Santos
9 – 3 – 0

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