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Saturday, 04/13/2013, 11:45 am

Uriah Hall: I’m not ready for Anderson Silva

UFC President Dana White has called him the most feared man to ever walk onto The Ultimate Fighter set.

His coach, Chael Sonnen, has called him an instant contender in the UFC’s middleweight division.

Uriah Hall, has made a global impression amongst MMA fans for his complete and utter dominance inside the cage of this seasons “Ultimate Fighter” reality series, however when asked by MMAFighting if he was ready for the big fight, he humbly declined.

“I was shocked, like ‘What? Give me time to build up!’ Sometimes as a coach, they will see things in you that you don’t see. Since he was my coach at that time, he saw that potential. Somewhere down the line, maybe it will happen, but it’s not something I’m pushing.

I feel, personally, this guy is a walking legend and if I ever get the opportunity one day, that’d be great. I’m not looking towards that, I’d rather earn my way up there, like the rest of the guys.”


140 Responses to “Uriah Hall: I’m not ready for Anderson Silva”

  1. Graham says:

    Smart humble talented kid

  2. you're right says:

    You’re not ready for Weidman 2

  3. Marcus says:

    His style reminds me of Edson barboza. Btw Edson barboza has defeated Jose Aldo before and Jose Aldo is champion, which means just because weidman has beat hall… Does not mean hall cannot be a champion. Weidman beat hall years ago and hall is a different fighter.

  4. Gargoyle Wrestling says:

    Doesn’t need to be. It’s Weidman he’ll need to be ready for when he becomes the new MW champion.

  5. haha says:

    haha more people would believe Hall beating Silva than Weidman’s ass. No. 1 contender to a bunch of scared souls. They probably drew straws and weidman got the image of being the next guy

  6. Rustam says:

    When did 50 Cent start MMA?? Lol

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