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Under 10 months after his title offer against Chris Weidman finished in a horrendous scene, previous UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva sat roosted upon a stage on a Tuesday evening in Rio de Janeiro, his tormented shouts and ruined leg supplanted by an apparently perpetual course of simple grins and even an examining of his best Whitney Houston falsetto.

The recollections of that night at UFC 168 will dependably wait for Silva, when a checked leg kick prompted the shattering of his left fibula and tibia — as frightful a conclusion to a praised tradition as could be composed — however until further notice Silva's story proceeds. With surgery and recovery almost behind him, the 39-year-old expects to return in mid 2015, battling in a blockbuster battle against Stockton's most loved child, Nick Diaz.

Also, in truth, it's a minute that Silva once accepted could never come.

"I play around in light of the fact that I need to play around," Silva recognized through an interpreter. "However, it's something I don't prefer to recollect excessively. I experienced the most exceedingly bad month of my life. It was a considerable measure of torment the minute when I broke my leg. When I understood my leg was broken, I thoroughly considered my profession was. So a million things experienced my brain.
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