“Every new fight is a new challenge. It’s really going to be up to whoever’s better prepared that night. Win or lose, a loser or a winner always walk side by side, so that doesn’t really matter. I’ve been doing this since I was eight years old. There’s always new challenges, there’s always new things. My biggest concern is going out there and doing better for myself. I’m not concerned about what my opponents do. I want to better myself and I want to overcome anything that I have.”
“I think what’s most important is to set good examples for those kids who watch UFC and the kids that are coming up,” he said. “And whatever I should have done in the sport, I’ve already done. Win or lose, I’ve already done everything there is to do. Now it’s just a matter of doing what I love to do.”
The most dominant champion in UFC history, Anderson Silva is apparently comfortable with his legacy in place.
He told reporters on yesterday’s media call that he has nothing left to do in the sport and win or lose, he’s just doing what he loves.