By Jonathan Kirschner
Anderson Silva is preparing himself for the biggest rematch of his life against Chael Sonnen at UFC 148. Everything that could have went wrong for Silva during their first bout at UFC 117 did, but he pulled off a last minute submission to shock the world and retain his belt. It was the first time that Anderson Silva was ever in any real trouble against an opponent in the UFC, so there were fans questioning if he still had what it took to be the dominant champion he proved himself to be.
His very next fight against Vitor Belfort at UFC 126 in Brazil was his chance to show that he was still the best in the world, and he did just that with an unbelievable front-kick knockout.