“He showed me Silva’s bone tonight, and he said, ‘This is actually crazy. Look at all the bone growth that he has
in eight weeks.’ He said sometimes you don’t see that kind of bone growth in people over a couple of years. Pretty crazy. It’s very optimistic. We’ll see what happens. Anything can happen. He can hurt it again in training or anything is possible. He could start training and not feel the same. We’ll just see how it all plays out.”
On December 28th of last year, Anderson Silva broke his leg pretty badly in his UFC 168 headlining slot against Chris Weidman.
Many, including UFC color commentator Joe Rogan, thought that ‘The Spider’ would be done fighting, but apparently that’s not the case.
You ready for Silva’s return?