Anderson Silva is a Brazilian professional mixed martial artist born on April 14, 1975, In Brazil.
He is the son of a poverty-stricken family. His father was a police officer. He has four siblings. He spent most of his childhood with his aunt and uncle.
In 2011, He married his longtime girlfriend and former gymnast Dayane. They have two daughters and three sons.
He had been part of the famed Chute Boxe Academy, but later parted ways following a bitter argument overpayment.
In 1997, Anderson had started his professional fighting career in Brazil in the heavyweight category with two back-to-back wins, followed by his first loss to Luiz Azeredo in 2000. On September 11, 2004, He had earned a decision had won against renowned striker Lee Murray at Cage Rage 8 in London, thereby winning the Cage Rage Middleweight Championship. UFC decided to let the viewers choose his next opponent via a poll, Following which he faced the UFC Middleweight Champion Rich Franklin at UFC 64 on October 14, 2006. He had won the fight by TKO at 2:59 minutes into the first round, becoming the second man to defeat Franklin, as well as the new UFC Middleweight Champion. He had debuted in the Light Heavyweight division against James Irvin at UFC Fight Night: Silva vs. Irvin on July 19, 2008, and winning the fight via KO at 1:01 of the first round. At UFC 97 In April 2009, Anderson Silva had made the UFC record for nine consecutive wins against Thales Leites, while his opponent was credited for taking him through 5 rounds to a judges’ decision. His last-moment win against Chael Sonnen for the UFC Middleweight Title at UFC 117 had made news as Silva took more punches during the fight than he took in his entire UFC career till then.
- Anderson da Silva is his full name.
- He is a fan of comic book and the superhero Spider-Man.
- Silva had worked at McDonald’s and also as a file clerk.
Awards and Achievements:
- He received the one time Cage Rage Middleweight Championship.
- He received the one time Shooto Middleweight Championship.
What can we learn from Him??
Like Anderson Silva, It is better to just admit guilt. Life is a tough game. You can win it only by learning your birthright to be a person.