UFC legend Anderson Silva is now 43-years-old, but it seems the former long-time middleweight champion is still not reaady to call time on his storied career just yet.
“I’m working hard on my projects in the movies and my company, Spider Kick, my bottom line, license, everything,” Silva told Inquisitr recently. “I talked to my team about that and, hopefully, I’ll come back very soon. I don’t know when, I don’t have the [exact] date, but maybe next year, I come back to fight.”
Silva went on to reveal that he still has three fights left on his current deal with the UFC, and he intends to keep competing until then.
“I like UFC. The big [part of my] story [is] inside UFC, inside the Zuffa company. Of course, everything’s changed inside the company, but I have a good relationship with UFC. My goal is: finish my contract and finish my career. [If] this does not happen, of course I [will] go to [a] different company and make [a] good deal for me and for [the] company [to] continue my legacy,” he said. “I have three more fights in UFC. I’m very happy. I have nothing bad to say about UFC… But I love UFC. Hopefully, I finish my career in UFC.”