Anderson SIlva plans on “keep on fighting”

Former UFC middleweight champion and future MMA Hall of Famer Anderson Silva isn’t planning on retiring from the sport he loves.

The Brazilian fought his last UFC bout last month, losing to Uriah Hall. UFC President Dana White was adamant that this was Silva’s last clash under the banner and in fact, that was the case.

Soon after that Bellator MMA’s President, Scott Coker said he’s not interested in signing the 45-year-old veteran to his roster which meant Anderson will probably hang his gloves for good.

But now the Southamerican fighter insists he still has the desire to compete.

Silva has only 1 win in his last 9 fights.

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