The black belt in Bjj, judo and tae-kwon-do and former Ufc Mw champion Anderson Silva entered this fight with a professional mma record of 33-6-0 (79% finishing rate) while his opponent, the former Strikeforce Ww champion Nick Diaz (black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu as well), has an official record of 26-9-0 (81% finishing rate). ‘The Spider’ Silva is 39 years old while Diaz is eight years younger but both fighters are not ranked as they haven’t fought since 2013 and they both lost their last two bouts: the Brazilian was defeated twice by #1 Ufc Mw champion Chris Weidman (=Silva vs Weidman I and Weidman vs Silva II – in this second fight Silva broke his left fibula and tibia) while Nick Diaz lost to Carlos Condit in 2012 (=Condit vs Diaz) and former #1 Ufc Ww champion Georges St Pierre (=St Pierre vs Diaz). ‘The Spider’ Silva vs Diaz is the main event of UFC 183. Watch the video and rate this fight!
Event: UFC 183: Silva vs Diaz
Where: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Division: middleweight (185 lbs, 84 kg)
UFC 183 fight card (main and best fights):
Anderson Silva vs Nick Diaz
Tyron Woodley vs Kelvin Gastelum
Joe Lauzon vs Al Iaquinta
Tim Boetsch vs Thales Leites
Jordan Mein vs Thiago Alves
Miesha Tate vs Sara McMann
Silva’s next fight: Anderson Silva vs Michael Bisping
Diaz’s next fight: Nick Diaz vs Robbie Lawler 2
Video: (Free embeddable highlights video hosted on Youtube)
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4 comments on “Anderson Silva vs Nick Diaz full fight Video UFC 183 – 2015”
I’m sorry to say that Silva is not the same one anymore…it’s better he retires, he can’t compete anymore with the top 5 middleweights…and i had also the feeling that at the beginning nick diaz could win the fight while they were exchanging punches….maybe it was a fixed fight….anyway thanks for all Spyder!
I thought this fight isn’t as exciting as it should’ve been.
Well, of course Anderson wouldn’t perform at his best in this fight as it had been almost a year since he last competed. That kind of time takes a lot out of you. You start feeling nervous again and loose a lot of your confidence which play a huge role in the fighting business. And anyway, it was a great show from the former champ. He did what he had to, beat Diaz standing. And it was all that was needed. I don’t see a reason, why Anderson should have done something that wasn’t necessary. It was an easy fight for him. All of the guys who think this fight shows Anderson should retire have never competed themselves.
But another question is, does Anderson still have time to get his confidence and easiness back inside the cage – for after all he is 39 years old. But I don’t see a problem there. And anyway, he already is the greatest of them all! Congratz champ!
You do realise Nick didnt compete in a year aswell, right? thats pretty much one of the biggest things they promoted before this fight.