Chris Weidman showed no fear when he stepped into the Octagon at UFC 162 to face middleweight champion Anderson Silva, the man regarded as the finest MMA fighter of all time. Weidman, known to fans as “The All-American,” has never doubted his skills or his resolve to become the best fighter competing in the UFC. His stunning second-round knockout of Silva – a thunderous left hook that rendered the Brazilian unconscious – shook the MMA community.
In their rematch at UFC 168, he controlled the first round on the canvas, then was awarded a TKO victory when Silva, attempting a low leg kick, suffered a broken leg in the second and the bout was stopped. The win improved Weidman’s record to 11-0, and he remained unbeaten with two more commanding victories over Brazilian superstars: Lyoto Machida by unanimous decision and Vitor Belfort, who was knocked out in the first round at UFC 187.
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