Anderson Silva will have to be the better fighter in his rematch with Chis Weidman at UFC 168. While he’s not pointing the finger of blame at which aspect of his game cost him, “The Spider” will be partially changing his training location.
“I did not have to put the blame on my team,” said Silva to Esportes. “Now is reviewing what went wrong technically. We have a nice workout calendar, soon going to Thailand to spend time there and then back to finish our training in Rio.”
UFC 162 saw Weidman end Silva’s lengthy middleweight title reign. It kept Weidman undefeated at 10 career wins and was Silva’s first UFC loss after taking 16 wins for them.
The rematch headlines UFC 168 on December 28. It’s from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV.