We hear a somber Anderson Silva preparing for his rematch bout against Chris Weidman at his new Muay Thai college in Southern California. The former champ reiterates his stress of carrying the belt for so long. Interestingly, Silva is asked about the credit Seagal takes for his front-kick knockout of Vitor Belfort. To this Anderson says that he was actually training the front-kick long before his working with Seagal.
Lee Murray, much like Chael Sonnen is known to disrespect Brazil, something Silva reminds us is ridiculous, as MMA is just a sport. During the interview we also get some insight on Silva’s thoughts through word association. Notice the use of “good boy” to describe champion and father Jon Jones.